InkedBiker Rider Training Alumnus- Mustafa Mahmoud

InkedBiker Rider Training Alumnus- Mustafa Mahmoud

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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


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