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EASI

EASi® ATV Rider Training

All customers purchasing new ATVs from an official UK dealership can take advantage of a European ATV Safety Institute Rider Training Course.

New Owners
Included in the retail price of all new Yamaha All Terrain Vehicles purchased after 3rd April 2006 is a one place to attend a European All Terrain Vehicle Safety Institute (EASI) Rider Training Course.

The 4.5 hour 15 lesson course, is designed for all levels of rider ability from entry to experienced, and offers fundamental advice on machine pre ride checks, use of protective clothing & equipment and riding techniques.

Further places can be booked at the point of sale for up to four riders at the heavily subsidised rate of £90.00 per person.

Existing Yamaha Owners
Existing Yamaha ATV customers can take advantage of the rider training course at a cost of £90.00 per person.

Used Machines
For those who are looking to purchase a used machine you can also take advantage of the rider training course the cost of £180.00 per person, these can be booked at any of the Yamaha National Quad Centres or by contacting EASI on 01903 816286 or online www.quadsafety.org

The training course consists of 16 sections, as follows:

  1. Introduction to the ATV Rider Course, protective clothing and equipment
    and pre-ride inspections of ATVs (known as T-CLOC)
  2. Range signals, rules and warm up exercises
  3. Controls and starting the engine
  4. Starting out, shifting gears and braking
  5. Turning
  6. Riding strategies / Risk awareness
  7. Riding circles and figure of eight
  8. Quicker turns
  9. Sharp turns
  10. Quick stops and swerves
  11. Quick stop in a turn
  12. Riding over obstacles
  13. Safe and responsible riding practices
  14. U-turn / Traversing hills
  15. Circuit or Trail ride
  16. Wrap up and review