I keep a record to track my training. It’s not to rave, but more to help me remember. I like looking back on it and it might be useful, and a resume of sorts.
One day when I’m older and my work isn’t so consuming, I may consider being a rider coach. I say older because I want years of experience riding. Not just a “few” years. I also want additional experience on different types of bikes.
I think being a rider coach would be fun. For most, managing the controls on a motorcycle can be learned. The harder aspects are controlling fear, understanding blind spots and a willingness to accept our limitations. Training has made me a better rider, and driver for that matter.
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