Superbike school hosts safety day for bikers
The British Superbike School held a track motorcycle training and tuition day later in a move to improve biker safety.
The event was held at the UK’s newest motor racing circuit at Blyton Park in Lincolnshire on 27 September and was supported by the police-led BikeSafe project.
The British Super Bike School ran the day in partnership with South Yorkshire business Initiatec and local racing team JR Racing. Initiatec sponsored a number of subsidised places for emergency services personnel bikers employed by the police, fire and ambulance service.
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