Keen to ensure that bike safety isn’t at all boring, Northamptonshire Highways and Northants Police have teamed up to organise BikeSafe 2016 at the Rockingham Circuit.
Motorbike enthusiasts from across the UK are expected to attend the event on July 16th, which follows two successful events at Castle Combe in 2014 and 2015.
Visitors can get to ride around Rockingham Circuit on their own bike and have their riding assessed by a friendly police motorcyclist.
There will also be the opportunity to experience a ride on a superbike, under the guidance of the California Superbike School.
Aside from the hands-on action, visitors will be able to buy motorcycle gear and watch stunt riders.
Entry is just £1, with free entry for those under 14 years old.
The Experience price is £35, which includes the 2 to 1 motorcycle assessment and a 15 minute track experience.
The organisers say demand will be high, so if you fancy the track experience, book as soon as you can.
The entire experience will take up to three hours, including an hour for the police motorcycle assessment, a safety briefing and the 15 minute track ride.
Participants must hold a full motorcycle licence for their type of bike. Motorcycle s must be capable of reaching 70mph.
Leathers will be required for the track experience. Suitable protective clothing should be worn for the road assessment.