Wishing all HBAM members and site visitors a Happy  New Year!

Latest COVID-19 Update

In line with the updated government guidance as well as the IAM guidelines, we are now able to resume on road training with one to one observing being possible. We are now running group rideouts and group nights, but with case numbers still very high we will do all we can to safeguard members and ask that you do so also when attending events

Stevenage & District Motorcycle Club says:

Thanks to all the involved HBAM members for their support and facilitation of the IAM Observer Training of Ian and Pete......the training was of the highest quality......an outstanding example of collaboration between our two clubs.

 

 

About us

 

Herts & Beds Advanced Motorcyclists is run by a keen Committee, and many other volunteers.

 

The Group is affiliated to IAM Roadsmart and is a registered charity.

As well as preparing Associate members for test, we help all our members develop their riding skills through mentoring and courses.

 

We run group ride-outs throughout the year, and are happy to  arrange  individual coaching sessions.

We will keep you informed and entertained by emails, newsletters and meetings. In the winter months, there are a range of talks covering topics on motorcycling and other related issues, normally presented by guest speakers.

For more details, click on the Calendar of Events

 

Your journey starts...

 

Most members join us to complete the IAM RoadSmart Advanced Rider Course, which will improve your riding safety and enjoyment. But that isn't the end of the story....

Many go on to further develop their skills by becoming one of our Ride Leaders, or an Observer, or even training with the IAM for their IAM Masters qualification, the highest civilian motorcycle riding qualification you can get. All members can attend our courses on Slow Riding, Cornering and Braking, or the Theory of advanced riding.

Many come on our Group Rides, to enjoy the company of like minded riders, develop their riding skill, chat during a coffee stop, or visit a place of interest with friends in the Group.

Maybe you would like to enjoy the Social activities at a Group night, where you will hear the news from the Group, maybe listen to an interesting speaker on a motorcycling topic, or just have a good natter.

Perhaps you would like to help organise the way the Group is run by taking on an administration role - everything we do is managed by volunteers within the Group, under the Guidelines given by IAM RoadSmart.

The Choice is yours to make!