The chance to get free Bikesafe assessed rides only occurs at the National Bikesafe event, which will take place on April 1 and 2 in 2006.
The event is located at Cheltenham Racecourse in Gloucestershire and is free to enter, running from 10-5pm on both days.
You'll be able to enjoy a free fully assessed ride either on your own bike, or borrowed from one of the manufacturers in attendance, who include BMW, Triumph, Honda, Ducati, Kawasaki, Yamaha and Harley-Davidson. To take advantage you'll need to bring both parts of your licence.
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And there's fun for the rest of the family, including children's entertainment, a drag race demonstration, trails bike displays, prize draws and talks and demos. You'll also be able to pick up crime prevention advice and plenty of famous faces from the world of biking should be attending.
"The national BikeSafe day is an entertaining day out for everyone - especially riders who can participate, free of charge, in a ride assessed by some of the best police riders in the UK," said the Motor Cycle Industry Association's Craig Carye-Clinch. "Based on last year, we know people enjoyed the day out, but it's important to remember there is a serious side. We want riders to think about their skills and experience and take further training to become better riders and get more from their machines."
"BikeSafe is bridging the gap from a test pass to post-test training, and it's an invaluable opportunity to learn about your capabilities with the support of experts."