Learn to Ride


Motivation is not a one size fits all package deal, anyone who chooses to learn to ride has his or her own individual reason for it.

Regardless of the reason you will need to study ,practice and focus to successfully gain riding skills. It is not an easy task and motivation to continue will not come out of the blue. 

Your motivation to learn to ride needs to be exciting,  inspiring and relevant. 

You will need Passion to kick start your motivation   If you approach learning to ride as a task , motivation will be harder to achieve.  The key to overcoming this is finding your passion by drawing inspiration from your everyday life.

Immersion works because it plays off of your interests and passions. Try watching YouTube videos of bikers in training. Watch MotorGP,  Superbike Circuit and many more videos, documentaries and TV shows out there.

Variety as you progress ,  you will find new things to motivate you and uncover previously unknown interests and passions within your learning process. 


One of the reason many people lose motivation when learning to ride is the common perception that it is too difficult.  The thought of learning to ride can be intimidating compared to the idea of learning to drive. This is not because driving is easier ; rather, the perception is that there are more resources available for drivers than there are for riders.

There are a great many resources available for those learning to ride. These fantastic resources will provide great reference points to utilize when you need some extra motivation to stay focused.

Sign up with InkedBiker Rider Training on 0722476010 or 0733770598 and I will share the resources to help you learn to ride.

Ride Safe !


Bob and Weave – A Bikers Flight! 

It’s  early Monday morning, and there is mad traffic on your normal commute. 

Why worry! You are on your bike, all fueled up,a lovely turtlewax finish on the tank. The birds are chirping, the sun is shining and Bob Marley is singing through your Bluetooth headset as  you filter through all that traffic without a care in the world. Then this happens! 

What! Some random person in casual clothes stops you and pulls the key from your ignition!   Aren’t police officers and county askaris required by law to be in uniform if they are to handle traffic matters?

If your bike is impounded and towed, this is how they carry it. The resulting damage and scratches to your bike is none of their concern.

What to do?. What alternatives are available to you in such a situation? 

These two would most probably work. Though they require you to have cat like reflexes and an escape route planned.

1. Have a spare key that is easily accessible. Use it as you are walking your bike to their tow truck on the side of the road (the usual scenario). 

2. Keyless ignition. Self explanatory.   (Talk to Njeru,  he can install one on any bike)

Ride Safe.