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    Guessing you haven’t done L3 then.
    That and the fact the TRF probably threw stuff at you in the same way guys here do once you’d opened your mouth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PitaNaanRoti View Post
    Guessing you haven’t done L3 then.
    That and the fact the TRF probably threw stuff at you in the same way guys here do once you’d opened your mouth.
    The TRF were very good, and very helpful at all times. I couldn't have higher praise for them.

    The BMW ORS School is also good, I enjoyed my time with them also.

    My opinion is purely based on my ACTUAL experiences. I was there to learn and grow.

    That is all

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    Anyone here going to the BMW off-road in the near future?
    I’m booked on a course 15th August.

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    Mae and a friend just booked on the one first week of August, really looking forward to it

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    I noticed that you can not hire helmets. I don’t want to go and buy an adventure helmet, did any of you do it with a normal one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Breham View Post
    I noticed that you can not hire helmets. I don’t want to go and buy an adventure helmet, did any of you do it with a normal one?
    I used my GT Air. You don't need an adventure helmet. Everyone in my group used a road helmet. If you have an old one it might be worth using that. You don't get up to any speed, but will probably fall off.

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    I used my normal flip up HJC helmet.

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