Free event promises big buzz for bikers
The new Heart of England Bike Show will be used to promote ‘Take Control’ rider training courses available through Warwickshire Road Safety Partnership.
Several police forces are supporting the event, to be held at the Heritage Motor Centre near Gaydon on 9 May, with BikeSafe rider assessments.
Stephen Rumble, Warwickshire RSO, says: “We want to give everybody an opportunity to improve their riding skills, out on the road, on the day - as well as learning from riding demonstrations and talking to professional instructors at the show.”
For more information go to: www.heartofenglandbikeshow.co.uk
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