Counter steering Hazard identification
Slow speed control Cornering Throttle control
Correct gear selection
You may be an experienced rider returning to riding after a break; or perhaps you’re just new to riding. Don’t take your skills for granted. Staying safe and enjoying your ride means being able to cope with whatever obstacles, challenges and surprises you might come across. Motorcycles and scooters are great fun and a cheap form of transport – training is a simple way to lessen your risk and help you enjoy your ride.
For more on training and motorcycle skills visit any of the websites below where you can get advice that will help you stay safe on the road.
We acknowledge the assistance of the businesses that have supported us in our current motorcycle/scooter safety campaign:
Avon City Suzuki http://www.avoncitysuzuki.co.nz/
Trevor Pierce Yamaha http://www.trevorpiercemotorcycles.co.nz/
Mike Pero http://www.mikepero.com/
Mainland Motorcycle School http://www.motorcycleschool.co.nz/
2drivesafe – http://www.2drivesafe.com/
Rolling Thunder Motor Company http://www.rollingthunder.co.nz/