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    Default 20% discount for Paid up Think Bike Members

    Thank you to the guys and gals at Biker Basics Motorcycle Academy as they are now offering a HUGE 20% discount to all paid up Think Bike members. Just flash your membership card to ensure you get your discount on any of the fantastic training courses they offer.


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    http://www.bikerbasics.co.za/

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    Welcome to the forum and thanks for your support!!
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    Thank you for having us. We look forward to being part of this Campaign.
    Last edited by Lloyd; 12-10-2015 at 10:42 AM. Reason: omitted word

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    Can we get some more info on companies in JHB that help getting you from a learners license through to bike license, including bike hire.
    I get asked this question a lot.

    Some of the places I've heard about charge R3500 just to teach one how to ride with no assistance on the K53 yard test and excludes a bike to hire.
    Seems rather high for just lessons.

    Cape Town definitely comes across as more efficient and looking to get riders legal on the road and not just make money. Apologies if this offends but that's purely from my own opinion and what I've experienced in recent months.

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    I will add that covering a bike to hire shouldn't be in the lessons cost.
    But R3500 is still really high considering biker basics here charge only R300 per hour.
    JHB costs a package fee.

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    Give Speed Queen Racing a shout

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