Ride Forever - Motorcycle & Scooter Skills Training (On Road)
Course information, available dates and bookings can be made online: www.roadsafe.co.nz
Ride Forever and Scooter Survival are ACC’s subsidised rider training programmes, catering to all levels of experience. Feedback from many riders at all levels who have already attended Ride Forever training includes learning new information and improving their riding skills which has increased their confidence and enjoyment of motorcycling. Many of these riders have returned for further courses!
Bronze, Silver and Gold course information as well as Urban Commuter and Scooter Survival course information is available, to book online go to: www.roadsafe.co.nz
You can also go directly to the Ride Forever webpage:http://www.roadsafe.co.nz/courses-overview#subsidised
Did you know? Riders can attend a second course within a 12month period, but after a 3 month gap so you have an opportunity to put new skills into practice before attending a further course. This includes the following combinations: Bronze-Bronze, Bronze-Silver, Silver-Silver, and Silver-Gold. Riders attending a Gold course can attend another Gold course after a 12month gap.
If you ride with a club or a group of friends or workmates, they are happy to schedule a course specifically for you, please contact them to arrange.
Note: Please feel free to download the poster and put up in your workplace or club.
Tuesday 23rd of February 2016: Wairarapa schools are using cycling to bring resilience & learning to the grounds. They have taken on the Bikes in Schools challenge – & built bike tracks.
Wednesday 7th of October 2015: The Wairarapa Road Safety Council is working with police to encourage motorists in the region to "drive legal". The "Drive legal - Wairarapa Wide" campaign focuses on keeping the region's cars up to safety standards.
Tuesday 1st of September 2015: September is 'speed' month on the NZTA and Police road safety calendar. This month has traditionally been one of the years worst months for speed related crashes nationally, and we want to highlight the issues and remind people what they can do locally to lessen the risks.
Saturday 23rd of May 2015: On May 23rd, 190 Fernridge school pupils welcomed an exciting new asset to their school and community.
Wednesday 8th of October 2014: Sian has just completed a project with Fernridge School and Masterton Primary, both in Masterton, that was supported by the Wairarapa Road Safety Council and Greater Wellington Regional Council.
Tuesday 25th of March 2014: Around 50% all crashes occur at intersections. As of 25th March 2012, new give way rules are in place.