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#1 Monday 3rd May 2010 20:25:21

Jimothy
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Just joined IAM as bike associate

So I got a busy time ahead doing my observed runs and getting ready for the test.


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#2 Monday 3rd May 2010 21:12:56

Gizmotime
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Re: Just joined IAM as bike associate

So I got a busy time ahead doing my observed runs and getting ready for the test.

Best of luck with it, I can't help you with bikes, but idf it were car's I could wink

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#3 Monday 3rd May 2010 21:31:41

c-way
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Re: Just joined IAM as bike associate

Good luck with it Jimothy, would love to do mine when I get the time, bikes been sitting in the garage only coming out for MOT :cry:  Enjoy, it's the right season for it  big_smile


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#4 Monday 3rd May 2010 22:03:06

PiperIan
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Re: Just joined IAM as bike associate

I have been doing this for some months now and I enjoy it.  Only thing I would advise you with is to watch out for conflicting instruction/advice from different observers.
If this happens, you must speak up and bring it to the attention of the senior instructor.


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#5 Sunday 13th March 2011 20:15:19

ratty
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Re: Just joined IAM as bike associate

If you are already an IAM observer just apply the car theory to bikes, there are not many differences.

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