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Want to ride a motorcycle? If youre thinking about learning to ride a scooter or a motorcycle, or getting back on one after a bit of a break, then youre in the right place Have a free ride …
DrRossi Avatar
7y, 4m agoFound 7 years, 4 months ago
Want to ride a motorcycle?

If youre thinking about learning to ride a scooter or a motorcycle, or getting back on one after a bit of a break, then youre in the right place


Have a free ride

Even without a licence, you can still have a free try out
session on us.

Choose between a 125cc geared motorcycle or an automatic scooter, and see how it feels to get on, and ride.

What's it all about?

If you're interested in getting on two wheels, then the free try out session is for you. The session gives you an opportunity to try a bike at a convenient location and time. It will be a hassle-free experience with the added benefit of hands on experience and advice.

The session will last about 1 hour, and will really give you a feel of what biking is all about, so you can decide if it's for you.

Enter your details just over there on the right and you'll be well on your way to having a free ride.
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#1
Interesting, thanks for posting - always good to see something positive to encourage people to try life on two wheels :thumbsup:
#2
great find the boyfriend can ride a ped but has allways wanted to try a bike
#3
this doesn't come along very often, a great opportunity for anyone thinking of giving biking a go...
#4
great idea, would love to give it a go as hubby & teenage sons are mad keen bikers, unfortunately, yet again no-one seems to think that CORNWALL actually exists! C'mon guys out there, what about the periphery of the country, we want a fair shout too! :(
#5
janemac45
great idea, would love to give it a go as hubby & teenage sons are mad keen bikers, unfortunately, yet again no-one seems to think that CORNWALL actually exists! C'mon guys out there, what about the periphery of the country, we want a fair shout too! :(


I agree we never get anything down here
#6
hot find
#7
500 people a year die on these thing every year, i dont want to be one of them...cold
#8
Great deal - gutted there isn't one near us!
#9
irmon7
500 people a year die on these thing every year, i dont want to be one of them...cold


In 2007, 646 pedestrians were killed in road accidents in Great Britain.

Better stay indoors.


But then again most accidents happen at home............................ :whistling:


Voted hot by the way.
#10
irmon7
500 people a year die on these thing every year, i dont want to be one of them...cold


The reality is that people will walk, cycle, drive a car, ride a bike etc, so anything that allows them to try to stuff out, for free, with less risk, has to surely be a good thing. Or would you prefer that people pay, when they can get something free? It's a poor reason to vote cold, just because you don't personally want or like something.

thanks DrRossi for posting this ;)
#11
Great find, repped.
#12
irmon7;6746863
500 people a year die on these thing every year, i dont want to be one of them...cold


Well that's a positive outlook on life :roll:
Maybe you should wrap yourself in cotton wool :whistling:

Good find.
#13
irmon7
500 people a year die on these thing every year, i dont want to be one of them...cold


I just read about a guy that got attacked and died in supermarket....maybe you should avoid Tescos too...

Fallen off my scooter a few times back home in Greece. Never put me off getting back on. Shame they dont have this in Liverpool :( Heat added tho!
#14
booked 1 of these for my son as a taster before his cbt....i have been riding bikes for 31 years since i was 16 and im still here with no broken bones, i can also drive class1 trucks, not all bikers are at fault..{try people who dont look out for others like women on the phone or doing makeup with drivingand the prats who dont adjust front windscreen washer jets and get the vechicles behind}................................good post voted hot..

and get the bloody xmas smilies off it only novemeber the 1st.
#15
irmon7
500 people a year die on these thing every year, i dont want to be one of them...cold


I think you'll find they were mostly killed by car drivers. So your alternative to motorcycling is...?
#16
MKultra
I think you'll find they were mostly killed by car drivers. So your alternative to motorcycling is...?


the bus! :)
#17
moe922
the bus! :)


http://www.thelondonpaper.com/thelondonpaper/news/london/commuters-injured-after-buses-collide

Arrgggghhh - Wheres my cotton wool............
banned#18
Giving this a go, nervous as hell though.
banned#19
sus
prats who dont adjust front windscreen washer jets and get the vechicles behind}................................good post voted hot..


They are amateurs you turn them round to face the pavement :-D
#20
Fantastic. The centre in my area (Derby) is Shires which have an amazingly good reputation and so much off road space.

I don't think my Dad will take much persuading to come with me, he'll just have to work his way round my Mum!
banned#21
hum no call back...how long am I meant to sit here next to my phone waiting?

edit: ah just seen they sent me an email asking what days I'm available. It stipulates these conditions:

The following process will allow you to book a Free One Hour Lesson with Lightning Motorcycle Training and receive an appointment letter via email.

"There are only a few things you need to worry about:

1/. To take a training course you must be at least 16 and have either a provisional UK or Northern Ireland driving licence or a full UK or Northern Ireland driving licence. No other licence is acceptable.
2/. You must be able to see a number plate over 20.5 metres (you can wear glasses or contact lenses to do this).
3/. The Free One Hour Lesson is only done in the training area.
4/. When you have booked please read the appointment letter very carefully as it tells you where to go and what to bring.
5/. The Free One Hour Lesson is free - if you can't attend we would be grateful if you could let us know in advance.
6/. If you are using Internet Explorer 8 please use Compatibility Mode (button to the right of the address bar)."


1/. 125cc Automatic. This is an automatic Piaggio B125 scooter, and is suitable for CBT and Roadrider courses. You must be at least 17 years old and have provisional category "A" on your licence.
2/. 125cc Motorcycle. This is either a Honda CG125 or Yamaha SR125. Both are suitable for CBT and Roadrider courses. You must be at least 17 years old and have provisional category "A" on your licence.
3/. Automatic Moped. This is an automatic Piaggio Liberty 50, Piaggio Zip 50, or a MBK Booster 50. This is suitable for CBT courses. You must be at least 16 years old and have either provisional category "P" or "A".
4/. Own Bike. Use this if you are using your own bike. This is suitable for all courses but must comply with the law. If you are 16 years old it must not exceed 30mph or 49cc. If you are 17 to 20 years old the bike can not exceed 70mph or 125cc. If you are 21 years old or above then it must either be a 125cc machine (for CBT and Roadrider courses) or it must have a manufactures quoted output in excess of 46.5bhp (for DAS courses).
#22
I don't know if anyone has read anything, I can't see it on the site, but equipment, helmet, gloves etc, I don't suppose that's also free or you have to pay to rent on the day?
banned 1 Like #23
Gynx
I don't know if anyone has read anything, I can't see it on the site, but equipment, helmet, gloves etc, I don't suppose that's also free or you have to pay to rent on the day?


"To ensure that you take full advantage of the Introductory Lesson please bring your driving licence, suitable clothes (jeans, sturdy jacket and boots; we will supply helmets, gloves and waterproofs), and glasses if you wear them. If you are using this opportunity to find out about dates please bring your diary or shift pattern. To secure a place you will need to bring a method of payment for a deposit.

The Free Introductory Lesson carries no obligation, so if for whatever reason you are unable to attend please let us know and we will rebook you for a more convenient time"
#24
lumoruk
"To ensure that you take full advantage of the Introductory Lesson please bring your driving licence, suitable clothes (jeans, sturdy jacket and boots; we will supply helmets, gloves and waterproofs), and glasses if you wear them. If you are using this opportunity to find out about dates please bring your diary or shift pattern. To secure a place you will need to bring a method of payment for a deposit.

The Free Introductory Lesson carries no obligation, so if for whatever reason you are unable to attend please let us know and we will rebook you for a more convenient time"


Thanks a lot, I must of missed that bit somehow :oops:

I was expecting a deposit since you usually do just for the bike.

Goodluck with your free ride and have fun :thumbsup:
banned#25
Gynx

Goodluck with your free ride and have fun :thumbsup:


thanks taking my brother as well, it let me book as many as I wanted :thumbsup:
#26
Actually been thinking about getting a bike lately and don't have any experience on bike (full driving licence though), going to book myself an hour to see if I like it or not.
#27
If this lesson isn't up to much I'd recommend anyone interested in riding a bike to take a CBT,

It's a days course costing around £100, you will most likely need to take one before riding on the road anyway.

http://www.direct.gov.uk/en/Motoring/LearnerAndNewDrivers/RidingMotorcyclesAndMopeds/DG_4022430
#28
lumoruk
thanks taking my brother as well, it let me book as many as I wanted :thumbsup:


You got contacted pretty quick, I'm still waiting :x

My Dad got my Mum to agree to let him go, bless he deserves it, might of been tied in with a deal with the devil over decorating :whistling: hope it wasn't all for nothing :(
banned#29
Gynx
You got contacted pretty quick, I'm still waiting :x

My Dad got my Mum to agree to let him go, bless he deserves it, might of been tied in with a deal with the devil over decorating :whistling: hope it wasn't all for nothing :(


check your email?
#30
lumoruk
check your email?


Just the confirmation email from GetOn so far, been keeping an eye on the junk folder just incase. Let's see what happens today
#31
sent off mine around this time last night, got a call waking me up at 8:30 in the morning, booked for Weds, :D
#32
There we go, about time, I was getting envious of all you two who were booked in!

Got it for Thursday, nervous as hell!
#33
To anyone deliberating whether to go on this or not, I would seriously recommend going. Had mine earlier today and it was amazing. They provided ALL the kit (Jacket, shoes, gloves included even though it said bring your own) and the training was fantastic. Thanks to the training, I was riding on my own within minutes, and loved every minute of it :D. They also didn't try and push me to buy the tuition packages which was very appreciated.
#34
If you ride like an **** expect **** to happen. Its all down to how you ride bikes. They are dangerous but if you take the precautions you need to then it really helps. You'll find that most drivers are at fault because they don't check for or consider other road users, its amazing how many people don't check mirrors and get lazy. Voted Hot!
#35
Passed this onto my daughter, H&R'd :-D
#36
rufnek2kx
To anyone deliberating whether to go on this or not, I would seriously recommend going. Had mine earlier today and it was amazing. They provided ALL the kit (Jacket, shoes, gloves included even though it said bring your own) and the training was fantastic. Thanks to the training, I was riding on my own within minutes, and loved every minute of it :D. They also didn't try and push me to buy the tuition packages which was very appreciated.


And there I was just deliberating on what shoes/trainers/boots to wear...and fretting as none of them were suitable.

I didn't think I was that girly :oops:

Glad you had have fun, can't wait now!


Truely is fun, just got back, my Dad discovered it wasn't as easy getting back in the saddle as he thought, we both enjoyed it,helmet, gloves, jacket, boots all provided with great service and helped getting them on, loved it.
#37
I've got a scooter, and obviously thinking about proper motorcycle, this deal is perfect to try out real motorbike.

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