MotorBike safe London free course
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MotorBike safe London free course

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Found 28th Mar 2017
Police stopped me and gave me this voucher for a free workshop worth £45, not sure why

just choose a location and put code CET17 , not sure if is only valid in London.
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"I give permission for my details to be passed to the organisation who have subsidised my space on BikeSafe."

Heat added nevertheless

Police stopped me and gave me this voucher for a free workshop worth £45, … Police stopped me and gave me this voucher for a free workshop worth £45, not sure why


Did you drive through a red light then the wrong way down a one way street not stop at the zebra crossing then stick your middle finger up to the car driver before snapping off their wing mirror ?




Edited by: "waterloo" 29th Mar 2017
Take it is only for Motor bikes. I think they should teach bicycles riders a thing or two they seem to flaunt the safety laws all the time....
dalipsinghno1

Take it is only for Motor bikes. I think they should teach bicycles … Take it is only for Motor bikes. I think they should teach bicycles riders a thing or two they seem to flaunt the safety laws all the time....


I thought it was for bicycles haha
dalipsinghno1

Take it is only for Motor bikes. I think they should teach bicycles … Take it is only for Motor bikes. I think they should teach bicycles riders a thing or two they seem to flaunt the safety laws all the time....



Could't agree more
Actually, was only carrying a girl that was carrying a broom, seriously they didn't allow her to stay on the bike, but couldn't fine me
Nearest one to me is 40 miles away, next available date October.
Thanks anyway OP.
should of said you was cleaning up the streets because the police can't. lol
Belga

This message appeared after entering the code :{"I give permission for my … This message appeared after entering the code :{"I give permission for my details to be passed to the organisation who have subsidised my space on BikeSafe."Heat added nevertheless


Which is a tick box, and you don't have to give the permission.

dalipsinghno1

Take it is only for Motor bikes. I think they should teach bicycles … Take it is only for Motor bikes. I think they should teach bicycles riders a thing or two they seem to flaunt the safety laws all the time....



Yawn. Stop generalising. I'm a bicyclist, driver, and have spent a bit of time on motorbikes too. (Actually came to this thread because I thought I could recommend the course to a new cyclist - before the thread was re-labelled) Plenty of cyclists are considerate and risk averse. The ones that aren't will sadly end up in hospital eventually anyway - if they are lucky.

In my area of London, the kamikazi L plate scooter drivers and kids on (presumably stolen) high powered bikes in balaclavas are an absolute plague - but that doesn't mean that all bikers on the whole are a problem. Most are skilled road users... because just like regular cyclists, if they want to do it for a long time, they have to be!
cheers op. tried to book one for Bournemouth but it said the code wasn't valid.
dalipsinghno1

Take it is only for Motor bikes. I think they should teach bicycles … Take it is only for Motor bikes. I think they should teach bicycles riders a thing or two they seem to flaunt the safety laws all the time....



And car drivers are perfect angels. Not.
Try riding a bike for a day and you'll soon find out who needs safety training.
Its FREE in Wales anyway , Well just £10 admin fee . i did it a few weeks ago its well worth it , for experienced bikers and new (post test) riders alike.
can I take this course even though I will reppeat the motorbike test next week?
nelsonguitar

can I take this course even though I will repeat the motorbike test next … can I take this course even though I will repeat the motorbike test next week?


you need to have a full license "Post test riders on bikes that are capable of reaching and maintaining the national speed limit are welcome."
Ellendel

Yawn. Stop generalising. I'm a bicyclist, driver, and have spent a bit of … Yawn. Stop generalising. I'm a bicyclist, driver, and have spent a bit of time on motorbikes too. (Actually came to this thread because I thought I could recommend the course to a new cyclist - before the thread was re-labelled) Plenty of cyclists are considerate and risk averse. The ones that aren't will sadly end up in hospital eventually anyway - if they are lucky. In my area of London, the kamikazi L plate scooter drivers and kids on (presumably stolen) high powered bikes in balaclavas are an absolute plague - but that doesn't mean that all bikers on the whole are a problem. Most are skilled road users... because just like regular cyclists, if they want to do it for a long time, they have to be!



Agreed - plenty of car drivers etc use the mobile whilst driving or pull out of a side road delibrately in front of a cyclist rather than being patient as they know often or not the cyclist will be forced to brake
They also run a sponsored one day first aid course called First Bike On Scene covering imobilizataion,resuscitation via heart massage and mouth to mouth all good to know..
Some areas like Wales it is totally free others you pay towards the course.

firstbikeonscene.co.uk/

Edited by: "arachnoid" 23rd Apr 2017
arachnoid

They also run a sponsored one day first aid course called First Bike On … They also run a sponsored one day first aid course called First Bike On Scene covering imobilizataion,resuscitation via heart massage and mouth to mouth all good to know..Some areas like Wales it is totally free others you pay towards the course.http://www.firstbikeonscene.co.uk/


ive got mine already booked - in wales
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