Partnership launches enhanced rider scheme
April sees the launch of an enhanced rider scheme by the Quality Yorkshire Riders partnership, headed by Leeds City Council.
The scheme is backed by the DSA and offers riders who complete it an insurance discount, goody-bag and certificate.
The enhanced rider scheme has a network of DSA approved trainers across the county who will be utilised to deliver the course if demand is high enough, although the initial sessions are based around Leeds and Bradford.
The Highways Agency has part funded the scheme to offer a number of subsidised places to riders.
For further information contact Dave Glanville on 0113 247 5198.
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