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Returning rider Course
6 October 2017
Returning Rider Course
This week Australian former Grand Prix motorcycle World Champion, Mick Doohan came to Adelaide to share an important road safety message with the riding public.
Having won five consecutive 500 cc World Championships and regularly ridden over 10,000 kms each year in his competing life, Mick knows about riding safety.
So far this year in South Australia we have seen an increase of motorbike accidents and fatalities.
Motorcyclists are among our more vulnerable road users and may be at greatest risk of being involved in a crash when they resume riding after an extended period off the bike.
The Returning Rider Course is a tailored refresher program for motorcycle riders; and moped riders who don't have a motorcycle licence.
Even experienced riders can benefit from updating the knowledge and skills that could help protect their lives.
If you’re thinking of getting back on the bike this summer consider the Returning Rider Course – don’t become another Bike fatality.
Courses are offered subject to demand. For details visit mylicence.sa.gov.au.