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Re: Motorcycle exam (A) at Albisgütli

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I thought I'd open a new one. Hope you don't mind :-)
Actually I mind. We prefer to keep stuff orderly in one place. Helps not to repeat oneself.

For example do you know the area where the practical test will be held_ I think I posted this picture in that other thread:

motorcycle-exam-albisg-tli-toefftest.jpg

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- is slalom part of the test? (In the previous thread it's said slalom is not included at Albisgütli)
- Does the Albisgütli location open it's track for 'testing' any day/time of the week?

I'm really struggling to find suitable places to test the slow riding, figure of 8 etc. In the Zurich area. Any idea would be very welcome

Thank you!
It here behind the big hall https://goo.gl/maps/HJHC7yyRSfK2

According to this http://www.toeff-forum.ch/thread/126...ung-kanton-zh/ information, Albisgüetli and Winterthur are accessible:
Mon-Tue: 17:00 - 19:15
Wen-Fri: 16:00 - 19:15
Sat and Sun closed.

If the slalom is part or not also depends on the mood of the expert. It is anyway good if you learn and master both versions (Straight and staggered).

You will have to bring your own cones/cups/bottles/halved tennis balls to mark the slalom:
https://produkte.migros.ch/androni-verkehrskegel

One way to practice is to ride over Buchenegg or Albis to the StVA Zug/Steinhausen which is open for all. Lear to master the Spurgasse in both directions (up and down hill).
https://goo.gl/maps/8K1q5kFULJ62
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