MIKE WAITE served in the Dorset Police for 20 years as a police motorcycle instructor training police officers to the very highest level of high-speed pursuit riding. Now you can buy his expert training DVD on Amazon.co.uk & Amazon.com.
Thanks for the video, it's excellent and puts into action and clarifies many points from The, somewhat pedantic, Police Riders Handbook.Keith Leaver
Our expert instructors have been specifically coached and trained by Mike Waite to ensure the highest standard available. Included here are a brief summary of our instructors to help you make your choice.
Panos Simou has over 35 years riding experience and is an enthusiastic all-weather rider who covers over 20,000 miles a year, mostly training.
He has been trained by Mike Waite to a very high standard through a series of 2-day courses as well as a 7-day instructors course in 2003. He has held the post of Motorcycle Training Officer of the Thames Valley RoSPA Group since 2003 training both candidates and tutors to a very high standard and the Group has never had a test failure. He is an Advanced RoSPA Tutor, holds a BTEC Diploma in Advanced Driving Instruction and is also registered with the DSA as a Post-Test Trainer. Panos runs an 1150GS and an HP2 in supermoto trim and most training will take in all kinds of roads throughout Hampshire, Sussex, Wiltshire and Berkshire.
Terry is age 53 and, in addition to his training mileage, rides 20,000 miles a year “just for fun”.
He holds the coveted RoSPA Diploma in Advanced Riding Instruction and at the time of writing is also the RoADA Chief Observer for the Manchester Group Bike Section. In addition to completing the required courses with Mike to a very high standard, Terry has also benefited from the experience of off road and low speed handling courses.
From his base in Cheshire the training routes excellent biking roads of Cheshire, Shropshire and Wales with occasional forays into the Peak District.
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