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Riders must take 100% responsibility
Despite significant developments in both rider safety and training standards, motorcycle accident statistics remain disprortionately high. Of greater concern than the 20,000 plus accidents that occur each year in the UK are the common denominators, of which a significant percentage can be attributed to rider error.
For this to improve riders must take 100% responsibility for their own safety, visibility and training. Facts are facts and the truth is that significant numbers of motorcycle accidents are avoidable. A vision to reduce serious accidents is the underpinning philosophy of VideoBiker. The goal is to help riders to ‘keep it on the black stuff’ and to influence this through video based training resources that both complement and enhance instructor-led motorcycle training.
VideoBiker is the UK’s first and only 100% video based motorcycle training resource. With a focus on learner (CBT), Direct Access, Module One and Module Two, online memberships give convenient access to four motorcycle training academies and a wealth of other motorcycle training resources.
VideoBiker updates & news
Thank you! We are at an exciting point with VideoBiker and felt it important to update the many people who have supported us this last 24 months. Just to consider that two years have passed – from initial ideas until today is note worthy. VideoBiker has been a zero budget labour of love and it […]
About twelve months ago the formal aspects of VideoBiker were agreed. A website name followed and the strap-line ‘Keep it on the black stuff’ was written. This statement is a business critical measure of our success at VideoBiker – an ethos of motorcycle safety and ensuring all is geared to keeping more riders on the black stuff.
Today saw a pre-dawn start for the VideoBiker film crew, with McDonalds coffee and breakfast muffins in hand, capturing a stunning sunrise over the Warwickshire countryside. This was followed by some record breaking camera action – securing footage to bring together a short, but essential 30 second module two video promo for the Module Two […]
When you film in Snowdonia in September you are truly in the hands of Zeus and given the rain that joined us these five days, we wondered if Poseidon had thrown in a bucket or two for good measure. Our mission in the Snowdonia National park was to film advanced motorcycle skills at the highest […]