"withdrawal" definition: The physiological and mental readjustment that accompanies such discontinuation
Yes....being the newbie I am...I find myself suffering from PRS withdrawal! Just finished the course and I am now looking to start riding. Shopping for the right gear....the right bike...the right riding buddies....I miss the LEARNING with those guys! Pretty long and intense days but they do a great job of making it interesting and fun. Now I miss all of that.....the camaraderie, the laughs...just simply meeting good people and the road rides (GO! GO! GO!! - pick up the speed!).
To all of you "newbies" (that don't know how to ride yet) that have signed up on this website because you share the interest of riding.....go take the course at PRS. I found this school to be top notch...very professional and they work their asses off for you. All I seem to have in my head these days are the little sayings you learn while doing the course......"just like squeezing the toothpaste....or taking a drink of water from your garden hose....and that good ol' CLUTCH and BRAAAAAKKKKEEE song. One honk......the occassional three honk (on some lonely nights)....RELAXXXXXXXXX.....
These boys know what they are doing....they know how to teach EVERYONE. They dig down a little and really get you to give them 100%. So...PRS is the shiznit!! and the boys at PRS are GREAT. Thanks guys.