Keeping Up Your Skills
We can support you
We offer a range of motorcycle courses to help you get the best out of your bike as well as supporting a number of organisations that can help you develop your riding skill and knowledge. Courses are tailored to your personal ability and can help you:
- Get more enjoyment from riding.
- Be in better control of all situations.
- Reduce the occurrence of near misses and incidents
- Make every journey less of a challenge
Whether you have recently passed your test, returned to riding after a break or you have been riding for many years, it is important we continue to improve our skills. There are a number of organisations offering help in improving those skills check out the links to see what’s on offer.
The courses we offer are:
The BikeSafe workshop explores the main riding hazards that you as a biker face. By delivering theory presentations and observed rides, a BikeSafe workshop will help you discover your strengths and weaknesses and also where to go next to develop...
We are offering a FREE ‘First Aid for Bikers Course. ‘Biker Down’ includes three modules: 1. Incident scene management A presentation from a Fire Bike Team member, on scene management and personal safety for a biker happening upon an RTC...
Rural Riding Join Glenn on his GSX-R 1000 K9 goes through a series of scenarios that we as riders face on a daily basis including cornering, overtaking, junctions and urban riding Cornering Clinic Overtaking Clinic Planning for Junctions Urban Riding Urban...
Motorcycle Safety Days
These special courses held at Castle Combe Circuit and are designed to cover:
- Machine handling on the track
- Braking and Avoidance Skill on the Track
- Vehicle Maintenance
- Smart Riding
These days are designed to involve riding skills training and theory and offer a different approach to rider development, aimed at reducing the number of motorcyclists involved in collisions. Novice, experienced and born again bikers will benefit. We will use an expert team of instructors who will guide you through the various workshops which will include positioning, observation, causes of collision, attitude, cornering, braking, overtaking, motorcycle maintenance and set up, as well as general lapping sessions of the circuit.
The days are open to riders of any type of machine visit the website to check available dates and book.
More information on booking can be found here.
Support and training is also available from the following groups:
- Institute of Advanced Motorists at www.iam.org.uk.
- Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (ROSPA) at www.rospa.com.