I've known Rob as an instructor for several years & in a professional capacity for 10 months. In that time I have gained the upmost respect for Rob as an instructor and also on a personal level. Rob is cool, calm & always very professional, you will love every minute of your time with Rob as he always aims to make the lesson fun no matter what the weather.
One last thing.......ask him why we call him Dobby the office elf.
I’ve been riding for over 30 years and spent 10 of those teaching CBT & DAS. During those 30 years I’ve spent a fortune on bikes many of which I wish I still had, from a Honda 50 to a 103cui Harley Fat Bob. I’ve owned touring bikes, sports bikes, street fighter’s & adventure bikes. Different bikes for different moods just so long as I had 2 wheels I was happy.
A big part of biking is meeting new people whom share the same common interest BIKES. Years ago bikers were very easily identifiable, (the bad lads your mother warned you about) “lol”
But more and more over recent years I’ve had the pleasure of training a vast amount of bikers from a wide range of backgrounds, Airline pilots, a senior orthopaedic surgeon, senior police officers, the head of a multinational company, a Priest and a Rabbi to name but a few.
So, no matter what your background, your gender, your age or riding experience I’d love to welcome you to Chorley Yamaha Bradley Rider Training to start your riding experience.
And just to finish off students often ask what bikes I ride, well currently I own 3, a Harley Fat Bob, a BMW K1200S & a Honda XL1000 Varadero for teaching.
Daryl is our newest edition to Bradley Rider Training. Daryl's story is I actually trained him for DAS over 8 years ago we became good mates. From the very beginning Daryl showed an interest in becoming an instructor and when the opportunity came around Daryl grabbed it with both hands.
Daryl is an excellent instructor, completely unflappable, very knowledgeable & a really friendly instructor whom makes you feel at ease straightaway.
Sue has been riding off road since she was a child, and then moved to a road bike in her mid 30's. Sue is a qualified ADI car instructor of 12 years experience, and now has decided to move over to motorcycles instruction.
Sue is a real people person with a wacky sense of humour & a great personality. She's guaranteed to make you feel at ease making your CBT training a very enjoyable experience.