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Old 04-06-2010, 12:41 AM   #1
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Training Wheels class (BCS, Brenham, Huntsville, Crockett)

Training Wheels has classes in Bryan/College Station, Brenham, Huntsville and Crockett. They offer a 3-day basic course for us n00bs for $195, and a half day $80 class for experienced riders (people with their M class and own bikes).

I had a great time and registered with a friend. I've never been at the helm of a bike before, and 3 days later I can ride! well, not fantastically, but I have a better idea of what I'm doing and what to work on to become more confident when I start riding.

Cliff and Keith were my instructors, and are both very funny, smart and easy to learn from. If you're stuck in the Brazos Valley, definitely take this class!
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Training Wheels has classes in Bryan/College Station, Brenham, Huntsville and Crockett. They offer a 3-day basic course for us n00bs for $195, and a half day $80 class for experienced riders (people with their M class and own bikes).

I had a great time and registered with a friend. I've never been at the helm of a bike before, and 3 days later I can ride! well, not fantastically, but I have a better idea of what I'm doing and what to work on to become more confident when I start riding.

Cliff and Keith were my instructors, and are both very funny, smart and easy to learn from. If you're stuck in the Brazos Valley, definitely take this class!
I have met both of these people and can say they are great riders and its a good class and worth the money if you cant make it to a forum sponsored one in Houston.
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