SUPER SUNDAY

On the first Sunday of every month (except January) we meet up. This is also your opportunity to come along and find out more, and take a FREE initial assessment ride with one of our trained Observers.

Important: there is a new temporary location for Super Sundays. We will be holding the event at St Mary Redcliffe and Temple School.

The event still takes place on the first Sunday of every month.

Please see full details about this new location further down this page.

SUPER SUNDAYS

This is where you get started.

If you’re interested in becoming an Advanced rider then the first step is to come along to a Super Sunday event. There is no need to book or contact us in advance – just turn up and someone from the group will welcome you. This will be your opportunity to go out for a free initial assessment ride, accompanied by one of our trained Observers.

Super Sunday meetings take place on the first Sunday of every month (except for January). They are a monthly focus for the club and a lot of bikes will attend. Once you arrive there’s little chance that you’ll miss us – just park up with the rest of the bikes!

Please arrive by 9:00am so that you have time to sign-in and complete some basic paperwork.

We have an on-site catering van where you can grab a cup of tea and some food before things get underway.

Then, at 9:30am, everyone assembles in the main auditorium for a briefing, after which you’ll be allocated to an Observer for your assessment ride.

The initial assessment ride is free; there are no charges at this stage.

The assessment ride takes around an hour and you’ll cover 20-30 miles of mixed roads, followed by a debrief from the Observer who will give feedback and present you with a checklist of remarks about your strengths and any areas that could benefit from further development.

At this point, if you’re ready to commit to the IAM RoadSmart Advanced Rider training course, you’ll then have an opportunity to sign up to become an Associate member. Within a couple of weeks you’ll be assigned to an Observer and your training begins. You’ll remain with your assigned Observer all the way through until you take the final assessment.

Take a quick video tour of one of our Super Sunday events:

It doesn’t matter what type of motorcycle you ride, if you ride on the roads then you can benefit from IAM RoadSmart Advanced Rider training. You’ll see an extraordinary diversity of machines in evidence at our events, from regular naked street bikes to cruisers, sports bikes, adventure and full-dress tourers. We’re all united in the common goal of becoming the best riders that we can be.

How to get there:

New Temporary Location

St Mary Redcliffe and Temple School
Somerset Square
Redcliffe
Bristol
BS1 6RT

8:50 – 9:20 Registration
9:30> Observed ride briefing

1 FREE breakfast bap & drink for everyone from Nicky’s Nosh.

Next meeting: Sunday 5th September and first Sunday of every month thereafter (excl January).

Bristol Advanced Motorcyclists
Bristol Advanced Motorcyclists
Bristol Advanced Motorcyclists
Bristol Advanced Motorcyclists
Bristol Advanced Motorcyclists
Bristol Advanced Motorcyclists Super Sunday
Bristol Advanced Motorcyclists Super Sunday
IAM Roadsmart Official Provider
It doesn’t matter what type of motorcycle you ride, if you ride on the roads then you can benefit from RoadSmart Advanced Rider training.