St Mary's Church
Bernard Hall, Cuddington
By Haddenham Webteam - 2nd March 2022 3:30pm
Calling all local motorcyclists: workshops are planned to assist you in improving your riding skills
'Be a Better Biker' workshops allow riders to take their skills to a level that helps improve safety and enjoyment.
About the workshops
They are designed to give motorcyclists an introduction to advanced riding. The day covers the principles of advanced riding including:
- Cornering techniques
- On-road assessment with observers, approximately 2 hours
- A review of the on-road sessions, discussing lessons learnt
At the end of the session each candidate will receive a copy of the book "How to Be a Better Rider" published by IAM Roadsmart.
Saturday 19th March — Winslow Public Hall
Saturday 23rd April — Bradmoor Farm, Haddenham
Saturday 21st May — Bradmoor Farm, Haddenham
Saturday 25th June — Bradmoor Farm, Haddenham
There are 12 places available per workshop; start time 10.00am and the course finishes around 2.00pm.
Booking a place is via the Eventbright website
Attendees are asked to ensure they have a full tank of fuel, or at least 100 miles worth of fuel, and to bring their own lunch, although organisers will provide tea and coffee.
Be a Better Biker is delivered by:
Thames Vale Advanced Motorcyclists (TVAM) https://www.tvam.org/
Buckinghamshire Advanced Riders and Drivers (BARDS) https://www.facebook.com/BucksAdvancedRiders
Milton Keynes Advanced Motorcyclists (MKAM) mkam.org.uk
and supported by Local Councils, Local Fire & Rescue Services and Thames Valley Police.
If you wish to cancel your place then we require 48 hours notice for a refund , minus Eventbrite's fee
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