"Even an experienced rider can learn new tricks" - Story by Misti Hurst
Kramer’s coaching style is laid-back and relaxed – like hanging out with an old friend or a slightly annoying little brother. He outlined how the course would go, talked a bit about using “slow strong hands, not wild spiky hands (for braking).” Then he reminded us to “stay with the objective of each lesson.”Misti Hurst, www.mistihurst.com
We train motion picture/TV actors and have trained cast members of The 100, Rush, I Robot, L Word, John Doe, Dark Angel, Blonde and Blonder, and Battlestar Galactica Caprica.
We also conduct presentations or provide safety and survival strategy training for corporations and their staff members including Victoria Police Department, Perrier Canada and London Drugs.
Video Testimonials from former graduates
Written comments from some familiar people and our students
A great article posted by a PRS Alumni, discussing the trials and tribulations of the parking lot experience, feeling dejected, overcoming the internal pressures and expectations, and kicking butt!Naturally Calamity Jane, Retired (injured) Runner * New Cyclist * Writer * Nurse * Just a girl in the city who's determined to show up for herself and make the best damn life she can. I have fallen down, stood tall, felt joy and grief and the overwhelming humanness of this experience. Oh and I still believe in love.
Mark Kruger, who teaches at Pacific Riding School (PRS) in Surrey, is one of two BMW-Certified enduro teachers in BC. I recently had the opportunity to speak with Mark and asked him some questions about his background and the course at PRS.Dale Regan, https://themotorcyclehub.com
Jason "The Hawk" Kirkland, a writer/editor in the US wrote an article reviewing motorcycle schools in North America. We are honoured to share the top 3 results with industry leaders California Superbike School and American Supercamp!Jason Kirkland, Creator and owner of Motorcycle Helmet Hawk