The BladeDoc™ Racing Riding School (BDRS) seeks to address the rider factors that are greatly associated with morbidity and mortality as a result of motorcycle crashes. Its focus is on on-road genre of riding. The school focuses on improving rider skill both for street riding and SBC championship racers.
BDRS Staff currently comprises of Dr David Karuri “BladeDoc” as Chief Instructor licensed with National Transport and Safety Authority (NTSA) in Kenya and Josh Kiama (Alumnus BDRS), Nicholas Ndaiga and Moses Njathi as instructors and support crew. The BDRS addresses the gap by teaching a four-level curriculum that is designed for post-beginner training. This means that students will need to have been licensed by NTSA Class FG and have ridden for 3 months and above to get full benefit of the training. The school encourages that you come with your motorcycle.
BDRS has invested heavily in specialized equipment to achieve it training objective. This includes, but not limited to superbikes, advanced rigs, obstacles, cones etc The school provides review notes, standby ambulances services on site, snacks and refreshments.