21 June 2017 Join Kawasaki Motors UK at the 2017 BikeSafe event at Rockingham

Join Kawasaki Motors UK at the 2017 BikeSafe event at Rockingham Motor Speedway on Saturday 19 August for a day of motorcycling activities and family entertainment, with free parking and free entry.
A full demo fleet of brand new Kawasaki machinery will be available to take for a spin or, if you prefer off-road riding, Lee Dunham will be offering the Kawasaki Off Road experience around the five-mile off-road circuit.
If you’re thinking of getting onto two-wheels but aren’t sure if it’s for you, Kawasaki Rider Training Services (KRTS) will be on hand to tell you what it’s all about and give you all the information about the next steps to getting your license. With 14 active schools to date, KRTS aims to ensure safe, comprehensive and fun motorcycle training at the highest level. Find out more about them on the website: www.kawasaki-krts.co.uk
Stunt extraordinaire Lee Bowers will be showing everyone how not to ride on the road, as he displays incredible bike handling skills during his two-wheeled show full of jaw-dropping, breath-taking and unbelievable stunts.
Organised by BikeSafe, in partnership with Northamptonshire Highways and supported by the Motorcycle Industry Association (MCIA), the event will also include on-road Police assessed rides with track experience – priced at £35 - emergency service demonstrations and activities for children - including a bouncy castle and face painting.
BikeSafe is a police-led motorcycle safety initiative run by most forces across the UK, in a bid to reduce the number of bikers killed and injured on the roads. The scheme’s aim is to encourage post-test training and improve rider attitude and behaviour.
For more information on the event, or to book the assessed ride and track experience, head to www.bikesafe.co.uk