Older drivers

Your skills can be as good as the day you passed your test with our confidence training

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Young people

We offer road safety courses and workshops for children and young people of all ages

Courses for young people

Training for motorcyclists

Training is essential if you want to stay safe and get the most out of your bike.

We offer training courses for all full A or A2 qualified motorcyclists of all skill levels. Email roadsafety@norfolk.gov.uk for more information or to book a course.

We work closely with dealers and bike groups so we're often the first to hear about what's going on. Follow Norfolk Road Safety on Facebook to stay up to date with events and general information on the bike scene.

Safe Rider

This course costs £50 and includes a two-and-a-half hour evening session and a five hour road session.

The course also includes:

  • Downloads to read and keep
  • An introduction to the police Roadcraft system
  • Professional advice and an opportunity to have your riding assessed with constructive feedback
  • A demonstration ride by a police rider

Safe Rider is a fun, relaxed and informal course. It's a joint initiative between Norfolk Constabulary and Norfolk County Council which aims to reduce motorcycle casualties.

To find out more and book a place please email roadsafety@norfolk.gov.uk.

Hugger’s 1:1 Skills Session

The session costs £50 for 2 hours.

Do your cornering skills need sharpening up? How well-judged is your overtaking? Do you just want a general check on your ride?

Whatever you want to focus on Hugger's 1:1 Skills Session will be personalised to your individual training needs.

You'll also receive a Hugger Gold Card that entitles you to discounts at participating motorcycle dealers.

Hugger’s 1:1 Skills Session is not aimed at learner riders.

To find out more or book a session email roadsafety@norfolk.gov.uk.

Young riders

The New Rider Hub will provide young riders and parents with information regarding training, clothing, legal requirements, road safety and maintenance. For any questions not answered on the Hub, please email: roadsafety@norfolk.gov.uk

We're bikers and happy to talk.

Local advanced riding groups

There are three groups of advanced riders operating in Norfolk. Two are local branches of The Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM):

The third is the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA). This covers the whole of Norfolk.