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Father’s Day, Sunday  16th June 2013

Does your Father have a motorcycle? Enjoy’s riding it? Could his riding skills be improved ?
If your answer is 'yes' why not book your Father  onto a *free Bikesafe workshop at Porthmadog Fire Station this Father’s Day .
Bikesafe is a police-led motorcycle project that is run by most forces in the UK with the main aim being to reduce the number of bikers being hurt on the roads.
Sponsored by the North Wales Partnerships and the Gwynedd – Môn Road Safety Partnership, the workshops which have been arranged to be held at various locations, including Porthmadog , offering practical advice about road safety and educate riders by passing on knowledge and skills to try and help motorcyclists become safer riders.
Part of the morning will be spent in the classroom and then there is then an enjoyable practical road element over approximately 60 miles taking you round the roads of North Wales and the Snowdonia National Park.
 
The BikeSafe workshop explores the main issues facing today’s bikers. It also explores the principles of advanced riding techniques through the on-road element observation rides. The BikeSafe Observer will give assessment and feedback which will highlight areas where the rider needs to develop.
  
If you would like to book a place for your Father  on  a *free Bikesafe workshop which is based on the first come first serve basis  please visit the Bikesafe website or contact the booking line via 08444 151206 or email info@bikesafeadmin.co.uk
 
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*subject to a £10 booking fee