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Illinois Advanced Motorcycle Training Allowing a Rider to Reach the Top 2% of the Riding Population Nationwide

January 6, 2010

Illinois Advanced Motorcycle Training Allowing a Rider to Reach the Top 2% of the Riding Population Nationwide

Midwest Police Motorcycle Training is expanding to Illinois in 2010 and offering a training program tailored for Civilian Riders. Through the program’s research, testing and accident reconstruction, the school provides a training program allowing a civilian rider to reach the top 2% of the motorcycle riding population nationwide. Historically, this type of training has only been available to police motorcycle officers.

Naperville, IL (PRWEB) January 6, 2010 — The Midwest Police Motorcycle Training of Illinois’ program is designed from the school’s Police Motorcycle Training program and offers both a primary course as well as two separate advance level training courses for civilians. The advanced training is the most thorough and toughest civilian training in the country. However, the training focuses on enhancing motorcycle safety skills and is designed to challenge all levels of riders with a format designed to increase and improve a rider’s skill.

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… improved aptitude from advanced training has directly correlated to improved ability in real-life situations.

“It is an established fact that improved aptitude from advanced training has directly correlated to improved ability in real-life situations,” says O’Connell, Illinois’s Head Instructor. “It is also a fact that skilled highly trained riders operate at a far higher level of proficiency than their peers with only traditional civilian motorcycle training when it comes to riding under pressure in emergency situations.”

Today, approximately three-fourths of motorcycle accidents involve collision with another vehicle, of which the driver of the other vehicle violated the motorcycle right-of-way and cause the accident in two-thirds of those accidents. The failure of motorists to detect and recognize motorcycles in traffic is the predominating cause of motorcycle accidents. “If a rider’s ability is only mediocre or average in basic motorcycle operations, it can be deduced that his/her capabilities will diminish if placed under stress or pressure in an emergency situation”, O’Connell says. This training program is unique and offers basic to the most advanced in the country for civilians to better prepare riders on motorcycle safety and motor-vehicle operations.

In the training program, top instructors work with small classes focusing the students on safety and operation of their motorcycle. The focus is on enhancing the motorcycle rider’s ability and confidence, situational awareness, as well as multi-tasking and task-focusing under both slow speed as well as controlled road speed exercises (30/40 mph).

The new 2010 Illinois civilian schedule is available now. Midwest will initially be focusing the training program in the Chicago area. Visit www.MidwestOfIllinois.com.

About the Company:
Midwest Police Motorcycle Training of Illinois, Inc. offers police motorcycle training tailored for civilian riders. The company strives to further knowledge in traffic safety and motor-vehicle operations within advanced motorcycle training. For more information visit http://www.MidwestOfIllinois.com/ or call (630) 589-6141.

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