Off-road bikers, adventure seekers and weekend green-laners will be delighted to hear that, at Bikesure, we’re now offering 10% off insurance premiums for people who complete an off-road training course with MotoScotland.
Designed to teach riders some new off-road skills, and show how those same skills can translate to a safer on-road experience, the MotoScotland course covers everything from lessons on riding position and clutch control, to slalom steering, braking on off-road surfaces and slide recovery.
Three expert tutors help to hone riders’ bike skills over one or two day courses, whilst also giving them the chance to explore some of the UK’s most pristine landscapes in over 50,000 acres of unspoilt highland around the town of Inveraray.
Divided into three levels, from novice to advanced, the courses progress from the basics of off-road riding through to jumps, trail riding and speed slalom riding.
By completing levels two or three of the course, riders in the UK can get a 10% discount on their insurance from Bikesure.
Our customers are also able to take advantage of an exclusive 15% discount on prices for courses one and two from MotoScotland, provided you have a live Bikesure policy at the time of booking – making it even easier to take one of the courses and improve your off-road and on-road riding.
Gerry Bucke, general manager at Bikesure, said how important learning advanced riding skills can be for bikers:
“We’re delighted to offer insurance discounts to MotoScotland attendees – not only rewarding people for taking their safety into their own hands, but giving people another reason to get out there, learn some new skills and enjoy the beautiful British countryside.
“Even if you’re not planning on riding off-road regularly, the skills that courses like MotoScotland can teach are invaluable in day-to-day biking. Every new ability, from skid control to riding on uneven surfaces, can be useful on the road, and taking courses like these can help all motorists to stay safe.”
Courses take place throughout the year, and attendees are supplied with a bike and gear on arrival.
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