Book your free IAM RoadSmart taster session
With the weather getting warmer, IAM RoadSmart has some great news to coincide with Spring and the start of the ‘motorcycle season’. To help full licence holding riders to experience the value of taking their riding skills to a higher level, participating IAM RoadSmart groups throughout the UK are offering free 90-minute advanced riding taster sessions until 30th June.
Riders taking up this offer to improve their skills will receive an informative briefing and overview of how IAM RoadSmart works, followed by a road-ride. Participants will have the opportunity to discuss specific road safety concerns and will enjoy a stress-free, low-pressure assessed ride and debrief.
Riders who enjoy their free taster session, will have the opportunity to ‘buy’ the full IAM RoadSmart advanced riding course at a discounted rate.
Sarah Sillars, IAM RoadSmart chief executive officer, said: “Many riders across the country will be getting their bikes out of the garage after a long and wet winter. You know your bike needs a once over before it’s safe to ride all summer long – but have you considered whether your riding might too be showing signs of wear?
About IAM RoadSmart
IAM RoadSmart has a mission to make better drivers and riders in order to improve road safety, inspire confidence and make driving and riding enjoyable. It does this through a range of courses for all road users, from online assessments through to the advanced driving and riding tests.
IAM RoadSmart is the trading name of all businesses operated by the UK’s largest road safety charity, the Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM) and was formed in April 2016 combining the IAM, IAM Drive & Survive, PDS and IAM Driver Retraining Academy. The organisation has 92,000 members and campaigns on road safety on their behalf. At any one time there are over 7,000 drivers and riders actively engaged with IAM RoadSmart’s courses, from members of the public to company drivers, while our Driver Retraining Academy has helped 2,500 drivers to shorten their bans through education and support programmes. [more]