To give you a clue of what I’m expecting from it is this:
I live in Pittsburgh, PA, a city where everything is very old and all the roads were originally brick or cobblestone. A long time ago, they paved over most of the brick or cobblestone but many of the residential streets (such as the one I live on) never got paved over. If you look in my avatar you will see one behind me. The area is very hilly and most cobblestone roads take you up and back down again, and many of the stones are loose from the ground.
After turning off of the main road to enter my neighborhood to get to my house, you travel down what starts out as a perfectly flat and level normal paved road. After about 200 feet, the pavement ends and the road turns into a cobblestone road. Travel another 100 feet or so and it begins to go downhill, rather steep. Halfway down is a four-way intersection with stop signs. I have to turn left at this stop sign intersection and the ground I’m turning on is still on the side of a hill and I’m still going back down. Once i finally get to the very bottom of this hill, the pavement begins again and all is clear.
I’ve tried different techniques, but nothing I’ve found seems to help alleviate the fear and lack of confidence when travelling low speed downhill on a cobblestone road and then having to stop and turn while still angled downhill. It feels like I could lose the bike at any moment. What I really want out of the MSF course is to learn the proper way to go down roads like this with confidence and no fear because there are a LOT of them in this city.