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Welcome to Thames Vale Advanced Motorcyclists!

With over 900 members, we encourage better biking through advanced training, and becoming part of a great club.

Hard cornering made easy.

Serious riding made fun. From beaten track to grand tour. TVAM. Better Biking.

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Be smoother. Be safer. And have fun. Join us!

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Observed Rides (2010-16)

Test Passes (2016)

What an absolutely fabulous day and despite my fishtail moment, I loved every second! Thank you for all the hard work in organising and arranging a great day…. if you can just sort out the weather next time….
AntheaDarley Moor Track Day

Thanks for organising the Castle Combe day – I had a great time and have now used all the tread width on my rear tyre – even at 68 there is a first time for some things. Also please pass on my thanks to the track guides who did a great job leading sessions and giving one to one advice.  Although I was apprehensive as this was my first track day, all that disappeared once I had been led around on the first lap and after that it was all smiles as you predicted.  I have now pushed my new CBF much harder  after 1100 miles than I ever did the old one in 56,000 miles and understand a bit more of her capabilities. John
JohnCastle Combe Track Day 2014

Can I just say what a great morning it was, whilst I’m fairly confident in my bikes capabilities I wouldn’t have believed it was possible to ride around that course and learn new limits of lean whilst being smooth and feeling completely confident it would come out the other side…………..not forgetting that I was looking at where it was supposed to go. Absolutely brilliant….thanks
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