FYI: Winston-Salem Motorcycle Officers to Offer Free Motorcycle Skills Training

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by Camel City Dispatch

Police officers assigned to the Winston-Salem Police Department’s Traffic Enforcement Unit will hold free motorcycle rider skills training in April, May and June as part of the BikeSafe NC initiative to improve motorcycle safety.
At each BikeSafe Rider Skills Day, WSPD motorcycle officers will assess rider skills and offer training to make riding in North Carolina safer and more enjoyable. Along with professional riding techniques, topics will include negotiating hazards and safe cornering and passing. The day-long training includes classroom sessions and on-the-road skills assessment and coaching.
Rider Skills Days in Winston-Salem are scheduled for April 21, May 26 and June 16. Additional days may be scheduled. Space is limited.
For more information and to register go to

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