Warwickshire Police to hold Bikesafe rider skills workshop
|Published: 28th February 2011 18:31|
Warwickshire Police is running a series of Bikesafe rider skills workshops over the next few months as part of its commitment to protecting people from harm on the roads.
Bikesafe is a national initiative and the workshops are aimed at bikers returning to the roads or wanting to improve their skills.
They are informal and tailored for the needs and concerns of the riders on each day and include input from the award winning National BikeSafe DVD as well as covering such topics as machine dynamics and handling.
Participants need a full motorcycle licence, to be in possession of insurance and MOT certificate (if applicable) as well as a legal bike and suitable clothing.
The workshops will run from The Heritage Motor Centre, Gaydon, Banbury Road, Gaydon on the following dates: March 12/13, April 9/10, May 7/8, June 4/5/18, July 2/3, July 16/17, September 10/11/24, October 1/2 and October 15/16.
The cost is £65 for the workshops, which run from 09.00 - 17.00hrs and include lunch.
To book please visit http://www.bikesafe.co.uk/ and choose Warwickshire Police Force
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