Rider Training has restarted. Please see the details in the email being circulated to members and on our Facebook page. Existing associates should anticipate a contact from one of the rider tutors to discuss a date for your next training ride.
New Rider Associates who haven't yet started training please bear with us as we get things rolling. There may be some delay but you are important to us and we will get you started as soon as we can.
Driver Training is still on hold and will be reviewed again at the end of August. As soon as we feel it is safe to restart our activities we will be in touch.
We hope you and your family continue to stay safe and well.
If you have any questions please contact us by email.
Rob Robinson - Chairman 7th July 2020
If you're wondering if you should read on, consider some of the reasons people have given us for being interested in getting advice on how to become a better, safer driver or rider, because simply speaking this is what advanced training is all about.
Drivers have said to us...
Riders have said to us…
"..........I really enjoy driving but its been many years since I took my test, so much has changed, and I want to be able to keep on driving safely for as long as possible"
"I'm so alarmed at the poor standard of some drivers I want people to say my driving is good and that they feel safe when they travel in the car with me."
"I'm thinking of a career in one of the emergency services, or maybe as a professional driver, and I can see this will improve my CV."
"Having to do a 'speed awareness course' made me stop, and think."
"I heard having this qualification might save you money on your car insurance."
"I did a 'Bikesafe' training day run by Devon and Cornwall Police and seeing them ride made me want to be able to ride that way too."
"The first time I took out my new bike having last ridden a Honda 250 back in the 80s, I realised I had to get some training if I was going to enjoy it"
" A friend of mine did the RoSPA course, got some solid, no nonsense advice and passed his advanced test first time."
"Quite simply I wanted to learn to ride in a way that will improve my chances of staying safe."
"I want to volunteer for Cornwall Blood Bikes and know their riders need an advanced rider qualification"
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