Nick was involved not only in our charity events but was our nominated Motorcycle Rider Training Officer.
What does MRT stand for?
MRT stands for Motorcycle Rider Training (safety course)
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of MRT
We have 272 other meanings of MRT in our Acronym Attic
- Mission Readiness Test
- Mission Real-Time
- Mission Rehearsal Training
- Miyazaki Radio & Television (Japan)
- Mobile Radio Technology (magazine)
- Mobile Radio Telephone
- Mobile Response Team (law enforcement; disaster preparedness; public health)
- Model Reference Test
- Modified Rhyme Test
- Monster Race Track (game)
- Mountain Rescue Team
- Movement Regulating Team
- Multi-Rotational Trebuchet
- Multi-Threaded Routing Toolkit
- Multiple Render Targets (computer graphics)
- Multiple Requests Terminal
- Muscle Response Testing
- Museum of Radio and Technology (Huntington, West Virginia)
- Music Recording Technology (various schools)
- Myofascial Release Therapy (massage)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The event is hosted by the Southern California Trials Association (SCTA), and will take place on May 19-20, 2012 at the MotoVentures Motorcycle Rider Training Center in Cahuilla Creek, California - approximately 30 minutes from Temecula.
The Army uses the MSF curriculum for motorcycle rider training as the standard.
Bernard Adams, of the Motorcycle Rider Training Association, warned: "If they don't take part it could mean their insurance cover will also be invalidated.
Motorbike trainer Steve Gascoigne, from Portrack-based North Eastern Motorcycle Rider Training, said: "The need to save on fuel applies equally to motorbike riders.
Programs such as the 'Share the Road with Motorcyclists' education course and motorcycle rider training classes for beginning and intermediate riders are tremendous assets in helping to increase safety for all motorists.
If, as expected, a draft-amending directive is adopted, the motorcycle rider training industry will have five years to introduce the tougher new test.
Use a reputable training company, preferably a member of the RMI's Motorcycle Rider Training Association (MRTA).