I have quite a few years of riding experience, but just bought a bike again for the first time in about 10 years. Last season was awesome, gotta have a motoryclce if you live in BC!
I am considering taking some rider training. I have done many advanced driving schools (cages), both track courses and parking-lot type, and they have all been both educational and loads of fun.
I am not interested in developing track-specific or racing skills (yet), but would like to get some formal instruction in higher speed maneuvering by well qualified instructors.
Options look like the BC Safety Council "Advanced Rider Training Course", or Westcoast Superbike School "Advanced Rider Training". BCSC is 2 full days and an evening, WCSS is 1 full day and one evening. Cost is $300 for both.
So, which one is the best? Will Day 1 of the BCSC course bore me to tears ("slow speed control"), is WCSS too "track" focussed? Anyone done both? Your thoughts and first-hand experience, please!