Female-Only Coaching at the Valley


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AUSTRALIA, QUEENSLAND. Toowoomba’s picturesque Echo Valley will play host to a female-only coaching weekend at Echo Valley, Toowoomba on April 28-29, coached by Level 2 Accredited Coach John Armstrong.

The weekend is only open to female riders, and there will be no males involved in the course, save for John and his helpers.

“As long as you can ride a bike without training wheels you are welcome,” says John. “Any junior riders are welcome and I will be signing log books and doing endorsements as well. If any female junior riders would like to do their Kickstart I can do that as well.

“The female-only school is always a hit with the girls. With no male riders, this is always a much more relaxed school and it’s also an enjoyable weekend for me as well.”

Entry for the 2 days is $150. If you do not have a Motorcycling Australia license a single-event recreational license can be purchased for $30.

You can enter by email to jldarmstrong.com, or text or call on 0413 724 908. Just send the riders name, a mobile number and an email address.


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