The Lincolnshire Police BikeSafe team are all volunteers and passionate about motorcycling and sign-posting riders on to appropriate post-test training. The team is made up from serving police officers, retired-police officers, IAM or RoSPA advanced motorcyclists
We follow the national BikeSafe curriculum, using video, power point and other presentation media to deliver workshops. Workshops are offered over a one-day weekend session, we do an immediate assessment of your riding followed by a theory classroom based session and an observed ride concluding at a popular biker meeting point.
Whilst BikeSafe workshops are delivered in a classroom environment, they are fun, engaging and you are encouraged to offer debate, plus to share your own riding experiences. There is no pressure or expectation and all riders with a full/A2 bike licence are welcome. If the workshop day has to be cancelled by us you will be given as much notice as possible and either an alternative date will be offered to you or a full refund given.
Lincolnshire BikeSafe workshop content
Doors are open at 08:45 on the day on the day, at which time there will be time for a coffee/tea and chat. (Drinks machine £1 or free water). At 09:00 a presentation will take place regarding various important riding techniques and topics of discussion. This will last about one hour. Riders will then be allocated an observer to spend the day with, riding some wonderful roads. We aim to finish back at the start location around 15:00 hours. A de-brief will take place. Riders can agree to finish elsewhere if more convenient. Observed rides run from, Witham House, The Pelham Centre, Lincoln LN5 8HE. For those riders who have pillion riders we ask for advanced notice.
On the day
You will be asked to sign a disclaimer form prior to commencing BikeSafe. This places responsibility on the rider to comply with the law in terms of motorcycle licence, insurance, MOT, a mechanically sound motorcycle and personal fitness to participate. You must wear appropriate motorcycle clothing, including glasses/spectacles/contact lenses if you need them for riding. Riders’ machines must be in a fully road legal and roadworthy condition (check your tyres and number plates!). No refund will be given should the rider’s machine be deemed as not roadworthy. Breakdown recovery is the riders’ responsibility. No refund will be given should the riders machine breakdown. Aside from these local BikeSafe stipulations, booking BikeSafe is subject to full BikeSafe terms and conditions.
Lincolnshire Road Safety Partnership
The Pelham Centre