Right to Ride supports the BikeSafe Initiative and the Ride It Right motorcycle safety initiative.
By passing on their knowledge, skills and experience, police motorcyclists can advise you on how to become a safer, more competent rider and help you avoid some of the most common causes of accident and death.
They can also help you to increase your ability and confidence, so you can get even more enjoyment from riding your motorcycle.
The BikeSafe concept is designed to get the rider thinking, subsequently developing riding skills, which creates more time for the rider to react. Motorcycle riders have a great deal to think about, as road and traffic conditions change continuously requiring constant alterations to speed and position.
Although it is particularly suitable for riders returning or making a return to biking after a period of absence, as well as sports bike riders, the one-hour assessment is also open to anyone who rides a smaller commuter bike or scooter.
BikeSafe NI assessments are FREE (although there is a £10 administration fee payable at the time of booking) and conducted solely by PSNI Advanced Traffic Branch motorcyclists.
BikeSafe Calendar 2011
26 March – Belfast Honda
26 March – N Antrim MCC Michelin Club Ballymena
9 April – Phillip McCallen Motorcycles Lisburn
10 April – Comber Fire Station – Read more
15 – 16 April – Provincewide Harley Antrim
7 May – GS Motorcycles Hillsborough, Co Down
14 May – Hein Gericke/Adelaide Insurance, Boucher Road Belfast
17 May – NW200 Paddock, Portstewart
18 May – NW200 Paddock, Portstewart
19 May – NW200 Paddock, Portstewart – PM
20 May – NW200 Paddock, Portstewart
28 May – Sam Conley Motorcycles Londonderry
28 May – Elim Church, Bangor
4 June – McNultys Motorcycles Enniskillen
11 June – Hursts BMW Mallusk
23 July – Eurobikes Coleraine
30 July – Asda Supermarket Omagh
10 September – Hein Gericke Newry
Download these dates as a pdf - Click Here
Bikesafe NI website – Click Here
Ride It Right website – www.rideitright.org