BikeSafe is a police led motorcycle project that is run by most forces throughout the UK. The main aim is to reduce the number of bikers being hurt on the roads. The message is that riding should be fun and by improving skills, knowledge and hazard awareness it will hopefully make riding safer and more enjoyable.
In Sussex, BikeSafe is run in partnership between Sussex Police, East Sussex Fire & Rescue, West Sussex Fire and Rescue, South Coast Ambulance Service, West & East Sussex County Councils and Brighton & Hove City Council.
The scheme invites motorcyclists to participate in an assessment of their present skills, and then instructors offer tailored advice to help make their riding in and around Sussex safer and more enjoyable. ESFRS Fire Bike riders are qualified instructors on the courses and work closely with Sussex Police.
The courses run over one day and are designed to enhance the skills of all riders who have already passed their test, the courses will be particularly suitable for those who may be returning to biking after a period of absence and also sports bike riders.
If you are a rider and are serious about staying safe on Sussex roads, why not book onto the BikeSafe course now and have a great day out? Courses run at two separate sites across Sussex, in Bexhill and Arundel. To book onto a course, visit: www.bikesafe.co.uk
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