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Bike Fyne | Motorcycle Safety Event

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Join Loch Fyne Oysters on Sunday 5th June between 10am and 4pm for the second Bike Fyne motorcycle safety event.

Supported by premier off-road training centre Moto Scotland, the event is designed to educate bikers, highlight the high number of accidents involving motorcyclists on the A83, the tragic loss of life and the impact on businesses in the area.

Visitors will have the opportunity to participate in emergency care training sessions offered by First Aid Scotland and improve biking confidence and road skills through demonstrations by Moto Scotland.

The Institute of Advanced Motoring (IAM) will also provide observed rides on a number of routes throughout stunning Argyllshire scenery. Additionally, the British Horse Society, Police Scotland Camera Safety Unit, Argyll and Bute Council Road Safety Unit and Biker Down will be present on the day.

The Loch Fyne culinary team will be demonstrating their skill on the BBQ, offering a range of burgers and sandwiches all prepared with luxury seafood and the finest meats and locally sourced ingredients.

Martyn Paterson, Divisional Director & Deputy Managing Director at Loch Fyne Oysters said: “As a prominent business within Argyll we are keen to raise awareness of the road safety issues surrounding the A83. We are delighted to be holding our second Bike Fyne event and look forward to building on last years success and welcoming bikers from across the UK to Loch Fyne.”

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