1. Becoming a Better Biker

Advanced riding is about getting the best out of yourself and your bike, so you can be as skilled and as safe as possible.

Whatever your riding level is today, there’s always something new to learn. On the way to becoming an advanced rider you will ride with TVAM Observers who will mentor you. In addition, the club runs subsidised specialist courses such as slow riding, advanced cornering, advanced braking, bike maintenance, track-based training, first aid/first on scene and theory courses.

How to get started:

The club meets at 9:00am on the third Sunday of each month at St. Crispin’s School in Wokingham, just off the A329(M), east of Reading.

At our monthly meetings you’ll find 200-300+ keen fun-loving bikers. TVAM is made up of bikers of all shapes and sizes, ages, sexes, creeds, riding a range of bikes from litre+ sports models to 1960′s classics, and from tourers to cruisers.

Newcomers are especially welcome. The ‘Meet and Greet’ team will urge you to grab a cup of tea or coffee and guide you to the special welcome briefing.

If you have a bike, have passed your test and would like to improve your riding whilst having fun, then TVAM is the club for you.


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May 14, 2015