CBT and general bike tinkering

CBT and general bike tinkering

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Pete-mojsh

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256 posts

67 months

Tuesday 7th July 2020
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I called one local place that intimated October for mod 1 and 2, may have to ring a few more to see where they're at and get a theory for next month. I'm not in a rush but feel like winter would be a pretty grim time to do the training so caught in two minds.

Krikkit

22,548 posts

152 months

Tuesday 7th July 2020
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Pete-mojsh said:
I called one local place that intimated October for mod 1 and 2, may have to ring a few more to see where they're at and get a theory for next month. I'm not in a rush but feel like winter would be a pretty grim time to do the training so caught in two minds.
I did mine in February when it flipped between frosty and soaking wet (and cold for both of course).

Get wrapped up and it'll be fine - I was doing 2.5h lessons which was as much as I could stand to do before being tired anyway.

Krise

503 posts

181 months

Wednesday 8th July 2020
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Pete-mojsh said:
I called one local place that intimated October for mod 1 and 2, may have to ring a few more to see where they're at and get a theory for next month. I'm not in a rush but feel like winter would be a pretty grim time to do the training so caught in two minds.
I would phone around, I don’t think the wait for a practical test will be as long as expected, but get your theory booked ASAP

Pete-mojsh

Original Poster:

256 posts

67 months

Tuesday 8th June
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Well, with seemingly endless lockdowns this took longer than expected. I passed my mod2 this morning so I can be free of the L plates and start bike shopping, it's a mixture of happiness and relief after my previous attempt I got bogged down with nerves and didn't ride how I ride.

Now the tricky bit of navigating what is a really weird bike market at the moment and battling with insurance to get something more suitable.

KTMsm

22,650 posts

234 months

Tuesday 8th June
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Pete-mojsh said:
Now the tricky bit of navigating what is a really weird bike market at the moment and battling with insurance to get something more suitable.
It's not weird, it's simple - Everything is really expensive ! laugh

Including insurance frown