Suzuki GB and the British School of Motoring have joined forces to launch a dedicated Suzuki training scheme that will see successful participants not only gain a full motorcycle licence, but also qualify for a special £99 insurance offer on selected brand new Suzuki machines.
Running from BSM’s dedicated training facility in Birmingham, the new scheme offers non-licence holders an intensive six-day training course that takes riders from compulsory basic training through to their direct access test, on-board a selection of Suzuki motorcycles.
Announcing the scheme, Suzuki GB marketing manager, Paul de Lusignan, commented, “With UK adoption of the 2nd Driving Licence Directive in 2008, we believe there has never been a better time to take your motorcycle test. With our new initiative, customers can be confident of professional training with BSM, while enjoying a selection of Suzuki models as their confidence and ability grows. To top this off we are pleased to offer successful participants, fully comprehensive insurance on a selection of brand-new Suzuki models for just £99.
The Suzuki BSM training scheme costs just £549 and includes six days full instruction (on the Van Van 125 and SV650), a CBT and the direct access test itself. In addition, participants are given the unique opportunity to try other Suzuki machines after successfully completing their test. Models included are the all-new Bandit 650 and V-Strom 650 models.
Mike Loydall, head of rider training for BSM commented, “We are delighted to reach this agreement with Suzuki. It’s very encouraging to see a manufacturer with such commitment to rider training and safety, while actively trying to expand the motorcycle market too”.
For more information or to book a place on the Suzuki BSM Training scheme call: 08700 100057.
Note: The £99 Insurance offer is available on the SV650/S, GSF650/SA, DL650T/GT or GSR600/S, within 90 days of successful completion of motorcycle test. Insurance conditions apply.
For further press information contact the Suzuki Press Office, Tel: 01296 680086 or 07725 956783.
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