Free Survive the Ride motorcycle workshop

Published: 9 November 2023

A free workshop will look at different ways to reduce injury to and death of motorcycle riders in Eurobodalla.

Motorcyclists are involved in 11.5 percent of road crashes in the shire – with all riders being male and nearly 30 percent aged in their 50s. Eurobodalla Council will host NSW Survive the Ride Association’s David Tynan for a workshop on Saturday 18 November, focussing on:

  • Managing common challenges for motorcyclists – cornering, group riding, tiredness
  • Riding posture for different bike types – cruisers, sports, scooters
  • Reducing personal risk by acknowledging mistakes and avoiding them in the future
  • Riding at speeds allowing appropriate response to hazards or potential problems.

The workshop is suitable for new and experienced riders and participants will receive a hi-vis vest and educational material. Snacks and beverages will be provided.

By collaborating with fellow riders, motorcyclists can advocate for change and contribute to the safety of all the shire’s riders. The Survive the Ride Association of NSW is an integral part of a broader social movement dedicated to promoting the joy of motorcycle riding while ensuring that riders can savour the experience safely.

To register, visit or For more information contact Council’s road safety officer Emily Evans on 4474 7362.

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