The aim of RoSPA Advanced Drivers and Riders (known as RoADAR) is to encourage interest in road safety, to improve driving and riding standards and thus to enable drivers and riders to pass the RoADAR’s advanced tests.
As a RoADAR local Group, we exist to benefit members and associate members in order to promote the above aim. The most important functions of the Group are to attract new members and give free advice on rider training to potential candidates for RoADAR’s advanced riding tests or to existing members who wish to improve their grade.
The Group encourages the interest and enthusiasm of existing members, by recruiting associate members and by providing venues where members of the Group can meet. The Group intends to offer a variety of activities such as organising off-road days, attending events, and supporting road safety meetings (such as BikeSafe) etc.
This group was formed in 2019. All training is based on the Police Manual “Roadcraft” and is usually aimed at helping to pass RoSPA’s advanced riding examination, probably the highest riding qualification available to the general public.
The techniques learned greatly reduce the risk of an incident or collision and aim to improve your skills and enjoyment as a rider.
- Training is carried out on a very informal and friendly basis.
- The group only offers training in motorcycle riding.
We cover the North Wales area: Ynys Môn (Anglesey), Gwynedd, Conwy, Denbighshire, Flintshire and Wrexham
Watch a Devon and Cornwall Police Officer observing a BikeSafe participant: