There are five aspects of the courses at MCSS that make them more appealing than other courses available
Unlike many college courses, which generally cover motorcycle mechanics as a whole, MCSS courses are much more focussed in suspension. If suspension is your area of interest, then MCSS is definitely the place for you.
MCSS courses all contain detailed analysis, which is made easy to understand with an expert going through it with you. Many other forms of learning, such as online courses and lectures, don’t go into the same level of detail.
While lecture based courses have detailed content, they contain no practical exercises. What makes MCSS courses so unique is the hands on experience you get while learning. You will be learning in a purpose-built workshop environment, using specialist training aides and equipment.
The course content is delivered by a professional with 20 years of experience, so he knows his stuff. All your questions will be answered in sufficient detail, and you are sure to learn something new and interesting no matter how much experience you have. We believe that the mix of quality lecturing and practical experience is what makes MCSS the best place to learn the art of suspension.
Small Class Sizes
Remember being at school and struggling to get the teacher’s attention when you needed help? That is not a problem at MCSS as class sizes are restricted to 6 people per course. This means you get your questions answered before you’ve had time to forget what you were going to ask.