Love your hog and want to stay safe on the roads? APD will offer a Rider Skills day June 21

Press release

From the Asheville Police Department:

Asheville – The Rider Skills Days are run during the week and on weekends by highly qualified police motorcyclists passing on their wealth of knowledge and experience in a friendly and informal manner. The event is held at the Asheville Police Department Headquarters, the pre-booked days include both classroom-based advice and on-road ride-outs. Whether you ride a high powered performance machine or a smaller commuter bike, if you are serious about staying safe on North Carolina’s roads, you should reserve your seat in one of APD’s Rider Skills Days now.

The next Rider Skills day scheduled for Asheville is June 21, 2013. To sign up click this link Rider Skills Sign Up or visit If you have any questions about BikesafeNC, please contact Sgt. Scott Pruett, Asheville Police Department Traffic Safety Unit at 251-4085 or email at


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