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Biker Down

Designed for motorcyclists of all ages and abilities, Biker Down is a free three-hour course which offers bikers the chance to benefit from essential first-aid training and advice on what to do should they find themselves first at the scene of a collision where a motorcyclist is injured, as well as learning practical skills to help avoid being involved in a collision. The course is made up of three modules: Collision scene management, Basic first aid and casualty care (including CPR and helmet removal) and 'The science of being seen' - advice on visibility and positioning.

Biker Down
 
The Biker Down course in Warwickshire and West Mercia is delivered in partnership by a number of organisations who all have a vested interest in reducing motorcycle-related casualties and reducing the severity of injuries sustained, including: the Safer Roads Partnership, West Mercia Police, Warwickshire Police, Midlands Air Ambulance, Hereford and Worcester Fire Service, Warwickshire Fire Service and the Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM RoadSmart).

Biker Down is a national course which originated in Kent, and has already been adopted by numerous other areas across the UK including Gloucestershire, Dyfed Powys and West Midlands.

If you are interested in attending a Biker Down course in any of our counties (Herefordshire, Shropshire, Warwickshire or Worcestershire), please register your interest by using the form on our Contact Us page.

We will then add your details to our Biker Down mailing list and email you details of upcoming courses, as and when they are arranged.