Biker Down!

We run life-saving motorbike safety sessions in West Norwood, Dagenham and Heston – sign up for your place on this FREE first aid and biker safety course now. 


Due to the Coronavirus pandemic we’ve cancelled the Biker Down sessions until September 2021.

What is it?

Biker Down! – free safety training for bikers

Biker Down! is a free nationwide scheme that was devised to provide the tools to help bikers if they're involved in a crash. The scheme is in partnership with London Ambulance Service, Transport for London and the Metropolitan Police.

What will you learn?

The course lasts roughly three hours and is split into three modules:

  1. How to manage the scene if you come across a collision
  2. Immediate Emergency Aid
  3. Collision prevention and the science of being seen

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Get more than life-saving knowledge...

When you've completed the course you'll also receive:

  • A certificate of attendance
  • A first-aid kit designed to be carried under the seat of their bike
  • You will also qualify for a discount to attend the BikeSafe-London Rider Skills Day delivered by The Metropolitan Police Service's Motorcycle Safety Team


Where can you take part?

West Norwood

West Norwood fire station, Knight's Hill, SE27 0QA - Browse dates and book your place.

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Dagenham fire station, 70 Rainham Road North, RM10 7ES - Browse dates and book your place.

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Heston fire station, 520 London Road, Isleworth Middlesex, TW7 4HR - Browse dates and book your place.

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What people think about Biker Down


"I attended a course in June at Norwood fire station. I've carried my blast bandage ever since. Today, I used my knowledge at an accident where a car turned right and cut across a biker. Thanks to you guys, I was prepared and able to sort it out. Thankfully, everybody walked away... But just wanted to say to you guys, your course rocks and to keep doing it, it was invaluable today. Thanks."


"Just completed the Biker down session. Fantastic! Enthusiastically presented by professionals. Good pace, content, and well received. I can’t thank your colleagues enough. Well done London Fire Brigade and London Ambulance Service."




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