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Assessed Rides & BikeSafe

Postby george baker » Tue Jul 04, 2017 8:58 pm

Hi
I have chatted to the BikeSafe organizer for North Wales Police. He has offered assessed rides for a group of us, or a BikeSafe day for a group, and we talked about a whole day First Aid course.

If we make the effort to set this up I expect it to be for club members only, so you will need to be a paid up club member. You can always join just to get this benefit.

Please indicate if you are interested in me following it up.

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Re: Assessed Rides & BikeSafe

Postby oppy » Tue Jul 04, 2017 9:03 pm

Depending on when it is George, put me down as a probable maybe, ta. (nice to meet you)
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Re: Assessed Rides & BikeSafe

Postby george baker » Tue Jul 04, 2017 9:18 pm

Hi
and good to meet you,

The BikeSafe offer came from the men in the caravan next to the Gardner engine at Hooton Park.

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Re: Assessed Rides & BikeSafe

Postby Tango » Wed Jul 05, 2017 9:25 am

I would be interested in that George, as many others on here, I have had a bikesafe course in the past, and found it to be most useful.

A first aid course would also be most welcome.
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Re: Assessed Rides & BikeSafe

Postby j8ejc » Wed Jul 05, 2017 9:26 pm

George,

Nice to meet you,Peter and Bryce at Hooton and although not presently a member of the club, would be interested in both the assessed ride and the first aid course.Both always handy to have a refresher in.


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Re: Assessed Rides & BikeSafe

Postby george baker » Thu Jul 06, 2017 7:59 am

Hi
I'm keeping this going for a few more days cos I am going away but will get in touch with north wales police next week if we can raise the interest of around a dozen. Their group size is 8- 20 depending on observers availability

Like John, non members are welcome to express an interest, and could join before the event

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