BikeSafe BikeSafe is aimed at 'Bridging the Gap' between becoming a full motorcycle license holder and undertaking accredited post-test training. The 'BikeSafe' scheme is currently offered by around 34 Forces and Partners in England, Wales and Ireland. BikeSafe workshops involve online theory sessions to identify areas of attitudinal and road risk and suggest methods employed by emergency service motorcyclists to reduce those risks. Thereafter, a client's riding is observed by a Police officer or one of our highly trained Police Volunteers, resulting in development and signposting to further advanced training if suitable. Make yourself a better and safer rider, and enjoy riding on 2 wheels more.Greater Manchester PoliceFor 2024 GMP have workshops running from March to October. These will start fromGMP Eccles Police StationHardy StreetEccles ManchesterM30 7JAExpected Dates17th March, 28th April, 12th May, 16th June, 28th July, 18th Aug, 8th Sept, and 20th OctCheck availablility and book via the GMP Bikesafe page
Manchester 500 Advanced Motorcyclists and Greater Manchester Police are working together to offer the Nationwide BikeSafe workshops in the Greater Manchester area for the benefit of the whole motorcycle community. If you are not sure that an advanced riding course would be ideal for you, consider taking a BikeSafe workshop. It will help improve your riding and is a great introduction.
RIDER REQUIREMENTSOn the day, please bring your UK driving licence, valid MOT certificate if the motorcycle requires an MOT and a valid insurance certificate to cover you to ride that motorcycle.Please wear appropriate motorcycle clothing. (if not you will not be allowed to ride)Riders machines must be in a roadworthy condition (check your tyres and number plates). No refund will be given should the riders machine be deemed unroadworthy or the rider is not wearing the appropriate motorcycle clothing.Breakdown recovery is the “riders” responsibility. No refund will be given should the riders machine breakdown.