There are now 81 motorcycle training sites in the UK which are fully accredited or close to completing. The latest county to get an MCIAC accredited training school is Northamptonshire.
Quality matters when it comes to learning to ride, but do you know what you should be looking for to find a high quality motorcycle training school? Watch this short film to find out a new and easy way to find good training.
Whether you are looking for a way of saving time on your journey to work by avoiding traffic queues, or you long for a David Beckham style off-road adventure, Get On will provide a safe and structured environment to discover if motorcycling or scootering is for you.
Get On is returning to Erith, South East London and St Helens, Merseyside for the third time. Find out what dates and how to book.
Get On will be bringing its free motorcycle taster sessions to Farnborough for a second time. The first time was last year and due to its popularity it will be repeated this weekend Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th September at the town’s multi-purpose test centre. Booking is advisable.
This bank holiday is the ideal time to try riding a motorcycle or scooter for the first time, or to get back on after a break.
With 38 manufacturers showing their latest models, 17 live features and 10 chances to ride for free, it’s no wonder Motorcycle Live is the UK’s premier bike show. Buy your ticket now to save money and win one of 100s of on the spot prizes.
Dundee based motorcycle training school helps people work out if their commute would be better on a motorcycle or scooter
Find out if your commute would be better on a motorcycle or scooter by calling in to see Margaret Mitchell at GMTS (Tayside) Ltd in Dundee on Friday 23rd June.
Ride to Work Week takes place each year to highlight the benefits of commuting by motorcycle or scooter. What would happen if just 10 per cent of car drivers swapped to a motorcycle or scooter and how can you try one for free?