The motorcycle industry and Get On campaign are holding Britain’s biggest ever biking open day on Saturday 19th June and are calling for support from Bristol’s bikers to introduce potential new riders to the joys of riding motorbikes and scooters.
As part of the National Dealer Open Day, Fowlers Motorcycles will be welcoming existing bikers and potential new bikers into their showroom, offering everyone through the door the chance to win a range of amazing prizes and find out more about riding.
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Any biker who brings a friend will be entered into the amazing prize draw which includes off and on road riding holidays in Italy and Spain, as well as well as full sets of kit from top manufacturers Arai, Weise and BKS.
All non bikers, who will have the chance to find out about motorbiking and sign up for the Get On campaign’s free one hour taster session, will be entered into a separate competition with the chance to win a selection of iPads, iPod nanos and digital cameras.
The National Dealer Open Day is being run by the Get On campaign which aims to get more people on to two wheels and enjoy the many benefits of biking. At the heart of the Get On campaign is the free one hour taster session which is available to anyone over the age of 16 by registering at Get On.
Miles Taylor, Get On Campaign Director, said: “There are a 1.5 million bikers in the country and the vast majority of these know friends who don’t ride but may be interested in trying it. There’s never been any incentive before for bikers to get their friends on two wheels but we’re looking to change that with the Open Day.
“There’s also a perception that motorbiking is difficult to get into and dealerships can be intimidating places to go for those interested in finding out more about riding. The Open Day will take away those barriers and make bikes more accessible than they have ever been.”
So help the cause and get down there to spread the love. The more humans we can convert to biking, the better.