Bikesafe recognises that rider’s are a passionate breed, and care deeply about bikes and the enjoyment derived from them.
The Bikesafe initiative is based on professional riding techniques and is designed to enhance the skills of riders who have already passed their test.
Topics covered include how to control your bike, the common factors which lead to a collision and how to keep your bike security.
Good riders will be asked to use a ‘Riding Plan’, which poses a number of simple, but revealing, questions:
- What can I see?
- What can’t I see?
- What is likely going to happen?
- What can I do about it?
Although it is particularly suitable for riders 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.
One of the main lessons you will learn will be how to identify your mistakes and bad habits, their consequences and how you can correct them.
Bikesafe NI is a Rider Skills Assessment – based on professional riding techniques and is designed to enhance the skills of riders who have already passed their test.
What It’s Not About
Bikesafe is not about learning how to pop wheelies or grind your knee slider into atoms – it’s about fostering a more responsible attitude towards your riding.
The BikeSafe NI assesments are conducted by an Advanced Police motorcyclist, with years of experience behind them.
Bikesafe NI is a Rider Skills Assessment – not Advanced Training.
That part is up to you!
For full details on Bikesafe in Northern Ireland, including discount at Adelaide Insurance Services visit the website:
Bikesafe Northern Ireland – Click Here
For Southern Ireland riders visit the An Garda Síochána website – Click Here
Details of IAM – Advanced Motorists of Northern Ireland – Advanced Motorcycle Test – Click Here
Taking The Bikesafe Ride – Click Here
Keep The Race In Its Place!!!