Durham BikeSafe

Durham BikSafe workshops are run in partnership with Cleveland Police. The aim of Durham BikeSafe workshops, is to reduce motorcycle related road casualties by improving skills, knowledge and hazard awareness with the goal to make riding safer and more enjoyable. BikeSafe is about starting on the right path to development as it “Bridges the Gap” to further training. We believe riders benefit by continuing to train throughout their riding years and not simply stop once they have passed their motorcycle test.

All motorcyclists in possession of a category A, A1 or A2 licence are welcome to participate in our workshops, provided they have passed their test. It would be beneficial of having some riding experience as a solo rider, without ‘Learner’ plates prior to attending. Durham BikeSafe workshops are not aimed at riders who have passed an advanced motorcycle test already but rather those that are seeking to develop to an advanced level. [more]

BikeSafe Workshop Coordinator

Workshop Coordinator: PC Peter Hall
Police Force: Cleveland, Durham
Workshops: Billingham
County: Durham
Region: North East

Contacting BikeSafe during the Covid-19 crisis

Owing to the Covid-19 situation, all BikeSafe workshops have been cancelled as of 18/03/2020. For full advice and information regarding cancelled BikeSafe workshops and our response to Covid-19, please click here.

Until restrictions on non-essential travel, social contact etc have been lifted, BikeSafe Admin will likewise be unavailable for anything other than critical support. Please bear with us and be patient during this challenging time and we look forward to resuming BikeSafe delivery once this crisis has passed.

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National Admin

For questions relating to existing bookings i.e. refunds, transfers and cancellations, please raise a ticket with national BikeSafe support.