Motorcycle Rider Skills Day Set for Saturday, Aug. 3

BikeSafe-NC and the Garner Police Department invite motorcyclists to participate in a Rider Skills Day that will offer assessment on present driving skills and advice to help make their experience as a motorcyclist safer and more enjoyable. The course is scheduled for this Saturday, August 3rd and will start promptly at 8:45 a.m. at the Garner Police Department, located at 912 7th Avenue.

To participate, riders must bring their properly registered street-legal motorcycle, legal helmet and eye protection, along with a current driver’s license or motorcycle learner’s permit and proof of insurance. Register now at Space is limited.

To go along with professional riding techniques, topics covered include the system of motorcycle control, collision causation factors and security. The course is taught by highly qualified police motorcyclists passing on their wealth of knowledge and experience in a friendly and informal manner. The day will include both classroom-based advice and on-road ride-outs.

Whether you ride a high powered performance machine or a smaller commuter bike, if you are serious about staying safe on North Carolina’s roads, you should reserve your seat in one of our Rider Skills Days now.

You can click here to watch a short video about the course.