InkedBiker Rider Training Alumnus- Mustafa Mahmoud

Ce’ri Kanja from Hadithi Picha caught up with our very own previous trainee Mustafa Mahmoud.

Here’s a snippet of their conversation:

Did you have to train or are you a self-taught Biker?

Well, I was pushed to go for training after my first incidence one month after buying Hilwa. I had always imagined that biking is all about pulling the throttle and stepping on the brakes. However, this changed when I started riding had a near death experience.

I learnt about InkedBiker Rider Training from a friend as I was desperate to get more skills. I started classes with Malibu, the head trainer at InkedBiker and that’s when I realized how green I was in regards to biking. The trainer was very friendly and took me through the theory classes and several drills on the field before the road drill. I am grateful to have found InkedBiker as I learnt how to ride safely. The flexibility of the trainers also was a plus as it enabled me cope with my crazy work schedule.

Malibu, head trainer at InkedBiker

I remember Malibu  taking me to Jogoo road for my road drill which is considered a hell road for many riders but I felt safe through his guidance.

InkedBiker also played a role in helping me make a decision regarding my second bike upgrade.”

To read more about his biking journey, head over to Hadithi Picha’s Post

Published by Inked Biker

my vision is to make motorcycling safer and more enjoyable by providing quality training for current and prospective riders, and advocating a safer riding environment in Kenya.

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