Welcome to Shropshire and Powys Advanced Riders

Advanced Motorcycle Training starts by joining a motorcycle riding group such as Shropshire and Powys Advanced Riders who can provide numerous benefits to improve your riding skills, including:
  • Improved safety: Advanced riders are trained to ride safely and defensively on the road. By learning and applying their techniques, you can reduce your risk of accidents and injuries while riding.
  • Increased confidence: Riding with a group can boost your confidence and help you overcome any fears or doubts you may have about riding. You can learn from experienced riders and receive feedback on your technique.
  • Networking opportunities: Riding with a group provides an opportunity to meet other riders who share your passion for motorcycles. You can make new friends, share tips and experiences, and join group rides.
  • Professional training: Shropshire and Powys Advanced Riders offer training programs designed to improve your riding skills. You can learn advanced techniques, such as cornering, braking, and acceleration, from professional instructors.
  • Fun and camaraderie: Joining a group can make your riding experience more enjoyable and fulfilling. You can explore new roads and routes, participate in group events, and enjoy the company of like-minded individuals.
Shropshire and Powys Advanced Riders are your first choice for advanced motorcycle training in Shropshire and surrounding areas. The aim of Shropshire and Powys Advanced Riders (SaPAR) is to reduce motorcycle accidents by encouraging an interest in road safety, and improving riding standards, knowledge and skill. In order to do this SaPAR will provide tutoring to help you improve your riding skills and prepare you to take the ultimate Advanced Riding Test. We endeavour to help anyone who is interested, to improve the standard of their motorcycle riding.
An Advanced Rider is equipped with the knowledge and skill to ride safely and effectively in all conditions.
Shropshire and Powys Advanced Riders are affiliated to both RoSPA and BMF, each provide additional support and benefits to riders, and our prime objective is ensuring that high standards of riding skills can be achieved helping you to remain safe when riding your machines on today’s busy and often hazardous roads. Why not consider us for your Advanced motorcycle training in Shropshire.
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Latest information from RoSPA
From May 17th people should be able to meet in groups of up to 30 outdoors, or of up to 6 indoors, representing another opportunity for group activities to resume, although we understand that social distancing could still be required.

So long as restrictions do not change in the foreseeable future, Charles Bridgeman our ride coordinator is planning a rideout on the following Sunday (23rd May). See the rideouts page for more details.

From June 21st with all legal limits on social contact due to be removed, we anticipate that all group activities will be able to take place without restriction. However, these dates are subject to change.

The information above reflects the legal situation. As previously announced, SaPAR tutors like most other members have been affected by the lockdown and will, in advance of resuming tutoring spend time getting back in the saddle as it were. When we are ready to resume tutoring we will be in touch but hope this to be fully operational around the beginning of May.