HART

Ulysses

The course which concentrates on both thinking styles and low risk riding strategies is a must for all riders no matter how experienced you may be.

The course will be conducted in the following areas:

New South Wales (02) 9144 5725

  • To be advised

  • Queensland (07) 3341 5657

  • To be advised

  • Victoria and all state (03) 9270 1377

  • To be advised

  • Since spaces are limited and the course fee is only $200 (you may be able to obtain a refund for part of your fees from Ulysses) you will need to get your bookings in early.

    HART - is fully owned and operated by Honda Motorcycle and Power Equipment who apart from being the world's largest motorcycle manufacturer, is also one of the world's largest trainers of motorcyclist’s. Honda has been conducting training for Motorcycle Riders for over three decades in 19 countries throughout the world, including 19,000 riders throughout Australia each year.

    Course Outline

    The HART Ulysses course is based on the H.A.R.T. "RoadSkills" course and is designed around what most motorcyclists like doing,… Riding in a social group!

    The program is aimed at reinforcing or introducing riders to the riding and behavioural skills, that as road riders we must rely upon to keep us out of harm’s way. The course concentrates on;

  • Low speed handling skills
  • Observation and anticipation techniques
  • Road positioning, space selection
  • Fatigue issues and risk management will be included in the program.
  • These skills will be introduced in the course via discussion, demonstration, practice and feedback during an "on-road" group ride.

    Bookings

    Bookings can be made by phone on the above phone number, relevant to your state. The HART office is open between 8:30am and 4:30pm Monday to Friday or 1:00pm and 4:30pm on Sunday, EST.

    All participants are required to pay prior to the course and within seven days of booking. Once payment is received a booking confirmation and tax invoice will be mailed to each participant confirming where to meet and what to bring.