“First and foremost motorcycling is fun, but it is vital that people get their first taste of riding in a safe and structured environment, where expectations about wearing protective clothing are set and people understand the value of finding high quality training,” she says.
“Government vehicle licensing figures show that more and more people are riding motorcycles and scooters each year and we want them to wear the right gear and take training with the best schools in the UK. So whether you are looking for a new hobby in retirement, or you are 16 years old and planning to get your first moped, Get On will get you started in the right way.”
More beginner riders please
We need more of this type of event, plus Jump Start and virtual reality rides to encourage more people to go riding.
It’s probably been a long time since you started riding, but there is an absolute joy in letting the clutch out and getting a bike rolling for the first time.
If more people experience that pure joy, then we will have more people riding.
And there are many advantages to having more motorcyclists on the road: