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Club news: SMC training school attracts the Swedish Police and motorcycle examiners


Publication date: 27 May 2015


The Swedish Motorcycle Association's (SMC) superior training methods were recognised as a group of examiners from the Swedish Transport Administration and the Swedish motorcycle police joined SMC's advanced training course for motorcyclists.

At the end of April, all examiners for motorcycle licenses in the Southern Sweden took part in a two day course at Ring Knutstorp, a race track in Skĺne. The course included braking on asphalt and gravel, maneuvers in slow speed, riding in traffic, and one day advanced riding technique at Ring Knutstorp. 32 examiners, trained by 15 SMC instructors, told the SMC they had a great time and want to book the training for next year as well.

All riders in the Swedish motorcycle police take part in internal advanced training every year. Jacob Leo, the Chief Instructor of the Bergslagen Region says that SMC School is ahead of the internal police training – in terms of both the pedagogic method and riding techniques. This is why he decided to take a group of motorcycle police to the course. “I’ve been taking part in SMC advanced training for more than ten years on my sports bike. I know that we have more to learn in the motorcycle police corps and that we can develop our own training through the experience and pedagogics in SMC School.”

SMC has offered advanced training for motorcyclists since 1973. SMC School is a concept that attracts all kind of riders with different levels of experience.

 

Group photo: Magnus Klys



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