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Club news: IAM launches a campaign to help UK motorcyclists improve their riding skills


Publication date: 04 March 2016


The Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM) is offering UK motorcyclists the opportunity to participate in a 60 minute skills and safety riding assessment session completely free of charge. The offer is valid in the next four months and is part of the Club’s campaign marking the beginning of spring and the opening of the new bike racing season.

 

For the launch of the free taster campaign, #IAMRideFree, the IAM has teamed up with Kawasaki UK and Kawasaki-backed stunt riding champion Lee Bowers along with car and bike racer Emma Selway to create the ultimate skills competition. The film, shot at Santa Pod Raceway, features Lee and Emma being stopped in their high-speed tracks and set a series of slow riding challenges by IAM riding experts Mark Lewis and Richard Gladman.

Watch the video

Learn more on the IAM website



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