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Old 04-07-2014, 09:57 AM   #1
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Just completed my course this past weekend. It was a good class and we had a great instructor Jim Gutierrez. The value was great only payed $150.
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Just completed my course this past weekend. It was a good class and we had a great instructor Jim Gutierrez. The value was great only payed $150.
Any info on the school so others know?
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Located at Westview and Campbell. I also took their course and the instructors were good. Think Jim was one. He had a Goldwing.
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Any info on the school so others know?
just google it folks. it's spring branch ISD motorcycle course. that's where I went and there were 2 instructors. an old white guy in his 60's and the other instructor was a British guy who rode the isle of man and we talked all about it. small class and I loved the atmosphere. only thing is their rain policy so you guys be aware of what season you go (I think all motorcycle course schools are this way too) it rained hard both days in mine and sucked. they wont stop unless lightning is seen.
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It rained on us fyi you are not allowed to wear those disposable rain poncho. It has to be a rain coat.
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