IAM offers training to Lancashire bikers
The IAM is to offer Lancashire motorcyclists a series of new rider assessment days, with the support of RideSafe BackSafe.
The daylong courses will include theory sessions and practical on-road assessments with fully qualified IAM instructors, before finishing with feedback and discussions about road safety and issues of concern to motorcyclists.
Shelby Williams, RideSafe BackSafe project lead, explains: “The courses are focused on the needs of motorcyclists as vulnerable road users and can open the door to more in depth skills training with IAM.“
For further information contact Shelby Williams.
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