About Cambridgeshire BikeSafe


Cambridgeshire Police BikeSafe scheme is supported by Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Road Safety Partnership. The scheme operates at different locations across the force area.

Cambridgeshire Police BikeSafe team is made up of current advanced police motorcyclists, who between them have many years experience in the world of Roads Policing and Motorcycling.

The Cambridgeshire team follow the national BikeSafe curriculum, using video, power point and other presentation media to deliver the workshops.

We offer the workshops over three evening sessions, or a one day weekend session, to try to match customers needs, both of which are followed by a ride out.

The workshops are a classroom type environment, but are fun and engaging, and you are encouraged to offer debate and share your own experiences. Following your classroom workshops you will return for a 1 on 1 observed ride with an advanced police motorcyclist.


Come and meet the Cambridgeshire Police Bikesafe team at the following events:

Motorcycle News Festival at Peterborough Show Ground Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th May 2018.

Royston and District Motorcycle Show (Meldreth) Wednesday 20th June 2018.

St Ives Festival of Motorcycling (St Ives Market Square) Sunday 24th June 2018.

Also join us for the annual escorted “Ride to Work Day” Monday 18th June 2018. Wheels turn at 08.00 hours from “Lazy Days Café” (Wimpole) for an escorted ride through Cambridge City Centre (Tea and Coffee on arrival).


 Key Information

Course Co-ordinator: Simon Burgin

Co-ordinator Telephone: 01480 422585

Address: Roads Policing Unit, Force Headquarters, Hinchingbrooke Park, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE29 6NP

Force Telephone: 01480 422585