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BigAlRoks
27-04-2004, 07:53 AM
Who went where and who is good bad or just plain ugly for NOR.
Around Warwick - Joondalup sorta area. :D

Gonzo
27-04-2004, 11:29 AM
Craig - who is a part of 'John's Advanced Motorcycle Training'

i got my licence with him and have recommended him to alot of ppl.

John's AMT: 9407 8448 or 0418 922 963

To get to Craig directly - 0405 338 759


hope that helps...

BK ZX-12R
27-04-2004, 06:15 PM
John - who is a part of 'John's Advanced Motorcycle Training'

i got my licence with him!!

Not long ago. was gd.


Brendan

Maarken
27-04-2004, 08:29 PM
Yeah exactly what they said .....

Really good school ....

Wightbear
27-04-2004, 10:30 PM
Alert in Bayswater, they also run out of Joondalup too (or they did!)

bastett
27-04-2004, 10:44 PM
Kevin from John's Advanced yadda yadda as above

dnd
28-04-2004, 12:43 AM
Been taking lessons of this guy from Noranda near Tokin Hwy.

www.elitemct.com.au

He is very good and rates are fairly good.
35 for 1 hour and 50 for 1.5 hours.

Highly recommended.

Btw learners bike is Honda CB50.

Daise
28-04-2004, 08:39 AM
Been taking lessons of this guy from Noranda near Tokin Hwy.

www.elitemct.com.au

He is very good and rates are fairly good.
35 for 1 hour and 50 for 1.5 hours.

Highly recommended.

Btw learners bike is Honda CB50.

CB250 then a ZX9 for big bike license.... :roll:

doorman
28-04-2004, 08:53 AM
Brian Muir is da man, 0407 479 513. Stay upright motorcycle school. He's a great teacher and a lot of fun too.

Gordo
28-04-2004, 11:59 AM
Brian Muir is da man, 0407 479 513. Stay upright motorcycle school. He's a great teacher and a lot of fun too.


Yeah he got me through my R class too, no complaint apart from his pipe smoking and talking about all the good looking chics ( when I was paying for the privelage) :lol:

gpx_gal
28-04-2004, 12:33 PM
Alert in Bayswater, they also run out of Joondalup too (or they did!)
I went with these guys too - how in the world they managed to teach me to ride I will never know.

Daise
28-04-2004, 12:51 PM
can we please have prices for each one?

Anonymous
28-04-2004, 01:04 PM
Brian Muir is da man, 0407 479 513. Stay upright motorcycle school. He's a great teacher and a lot of fun too.


Yeah he got me through my R class too, no complaint apart from his pipe smoking and talking about all the good looking chics ( when I was paying for the privelage) :lol:

brian is da' man he is british, likes to sit outside warwick transport smoking pipe and perving on all the young tasty chicks wearing the hipsters and showing 6 inches of flesh below belly button...........
sorry i was distracted yeah brian is the man...
didnt even mind me turning up for big bike lessons on a tl100r..

Deza
28-04-2004, 01:07 PM
Sounds like a funny bloke, just hope he doesnt want to get on the bike with ya, my guess is the lady's in the forum wont wana be taught any think by him hehe

Pure Power
28-04-2004, 01:11 PM
Sounds like a funny bloke, just hope he doesnt want to get on the bike with ya, my guess is the lady's in the forum wont wana be taught any think by him hehe

Mmmmm think I will stick to my nice lady instructor!!!! :shock:

Deza
28-04-2004, 02:02 PM
Sounds like a funny bloke, just hope he doesnt want to get on the bike with ya, my guess is the lady's in the forum wont wana be taught any think by him hehe

Mmmmm think I will stick to my nice lady instructor!!!! :shock:

Dont blame ya :lol:

doorman
29-04-2004, 01:00 AM
Sounds like a funny bloke, just hope he doesnt want to get on the bike with ya, my guess is the lady's in the forum wont wana be taught any think by him hehe

Mmmmm think I will stick to my nice lady instructor!!!! :shock:

Dont blame ya :lol:

Nah, he's a good bloke, lots of fun. I sent a friend of mine there (petite, georgeous blonde, an 11 out of 10) and she got along fine.

Girls, you're very safe with Brian. He's a lot of fun.