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Garda one Day training

Whatever happened to that? Can't even remember the name if it was it bikesafe?

Remember the traffic core bike lads woukd take a group out and give you a few pointers on your riding.

Bad form they stopped that. Not even a garda presence at the bike show this year. I mean they got lovely new R1200RT-Ps that people would only love to come over and have a chat with.

The RSA chap at the show was a gent and really loved his bikes, loved showing off his flash new bike too, Stephen his name was. Said they were getting a fleet BMW F850gs in for their instructors to test people on.

There is always on up the north or over in the English bike shows.

Some thing the RSA and Garda should get up and running again even if it cost €40 Or €50.

I see there is a group from the south heading up to do a one with the PSNI In June or July this summer.

Sad state of affairs isn't it.

Come on RSA/Gardai get your act together if you really want to change attitudes and save lives and not just be mouthing off about it and putting stupid adverts on TV.

Get out there on the ground and talk to bikers and attend a few biker meets like they do in NI, the UK and other country's.

Get to know the biking community.

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They're not out there to be your friend. They're job is to catch people speeding or people driving dangerously, or don't have their bike taxed/insured or not wearing their L Vests..

The training was in a time before I. B. T.

The less you know about the Garda and vice versa the better in my opinion!
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Get out there on the ground and talk to bikers and attend a few biker meets like they do in NI, the UK and other country's.

Oh but they do....regularly attending the wicklow gap community and handing out free fines....:its all about the revenue not saving lives, thats why we have ambulances....rolleyes2:
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The feds have a stand at the Ulster GP every year.
They had a police liveried Ducati V4 last year.
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The RSA don't give a shit about bikers. We are just another statistic they need to reduce. Easies way to do this is make biking impossible in any way they can. Garda management have lost the power to think for themselves since all the whistleblowers, so they do what the RSA tell them to do.
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Garda Bikesafe was cancelled due to lack of funding to the Garda unit. It was actually a very good day, just a traffic bike cop following you around observing your riding and trying to help you.
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The R S A have a short lifespan, its the nanny state stuff which also has a lifespan, this lifespan will be short given how useless the R S A actualy are. The have mountains of government cash they dont know what to do with so instead of doing anything constructive they have silly TV adverts which are useless. I contacted them over a period of a year to address the serious issue of loose gravel spread on the road as a resurfacing method, they laughed hard at me, they truly are useless and a waste of space.
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Ah come on lads, no need for that, it's true you'll always going to meet a bad egg every now and again but if everything is as it should be on your machine there no need to be like that, the lads are only doing their job. Most I have met are dead on. It's all about staying safe and going home to your families at the end of the day. A few tips from professional riders is a great thing. The bad roads I totally agree with. RSA need to make that their mission too. I have said the exact same thing to them both at the bike goes over the years and in emails. County councils are the worst so much so I hear they have a team ready to clean up loose chips when there is a crash. We should protest about that. We have the numbers.

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Oh but they do....regularly attending the wicklow gap community and handing out free fines....:its all about the revenue not saving lives, thats why we have ambulances....rolleyes2:
Shouldn't get to the stage of needing an ambulance. Damage is done at that stage.
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They're not out there to be your friend. They're job is to catch people speeding or people driving dangerously, or don't have their bike taxed/insured or not wearing their L Vests..

The training was in a time before I. B. T.

The less you know about the Garda and vice versa the better in my opinion!
Very true that's one part of their job catching the Rossi wannabe fools that get pulled wide on a bend from misreading it or going too fast and ending up on your side if the road, wiping you, a family or a cyclist out. Keep that shit for the track?

Chances are if the machine isn't taxed and insured the tires and maintence isnt up to scratch either. Do you want clowns like that sharing the roads with your mates and loved ones? These are the boys that are giving us bikers bad names.

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The RSA don't give a shit about bikers. We are just another statistic they need to reduce. Easies way to do this is make biking impossible in any way they can. Garda management have lost the power to think for themselves since all the whistleblowers, so they do what the RSA tell them to do.

Not all of them there us still some sound lads out there. I agree that the RSA will try and make things harder for us, but how about we make some suggestions to them first before they get the chance to bring in some bullshit rules and regs. If they get their way with NCT for bikes that will make a balls of things but lads going out riding bag of shite aint helping our case either.

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that kind of bullshit statement isn't helping anyone. If ya said it joking ok . But if not come on man are you 10?
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I'll take any bit of good advice I can to help improve my road craft be it from an advavced professionally trained garda/police rider, a advavced instructor an other biker.ie member, bike magazines, road craft books any one that will take take the time to give good advice. We're out to help each other at the end of the day.

I seen there there is a few headlining up north to do a bit with the PSNI riders since it's not happening down south
Anyone from here going? Might take a spin up myself.
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Not all of them there us still some sound lads out there. I agree that the RSA will try and make things harder for us, but how about we make some suggestions to them first before they get the chance to bring in some bullshit riles and regs. If they get their way with NYC for bikes that will make a balls of things but lads going out riding bag of shite aint helping our case either.
Did you do the RSA biker survey? That should tell you all you need to know about how much they value our opinions...

Trust me, the Gardai are completely hamstrung when it comes to what they can and cannot enforce. The average plod is told when and where to do a checkpoint, and who to catch. Whatever chouce they used to have whether to give a guy a good talking to or instead prosecute, is long gone.
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To get back on subject - i did that bikesafe down in cork back in the day, lad i met was dead sound, was out for a fairish spin around the city and a bit outside, he just followed and spoke regularly at stops with hints and tips, really enjoyed the experience despite being nervous about it beforehand, weirdly he gave me top marks on the assesment, made a bit of a difference on my insurance at the time.
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that kind of bullshit statement isn't helping anyone. If ya said it joking ok . But if not come on man are you 10?
Jaysus lads,I know humor is in short supply these days but it's not that bad is it?
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that kind of bullshit statement isn't helping anyone. If ya said it joking ok . But if not come on man are you 10?

02:51 in the morning and 10 pints in clearly
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Very true that's one part of their job catching the Rossi wannabe fools that get pulled wide on a bend from misreading it or going too fast and ending up on your side if the road, wiping you, a family or a cyclist out. Keep that shit for the track?

Chances are if the machine isn't taxed and insured the tires and maintence isnt up to scratch either. Do you want clowns like that sharing the roads with your mates and loved ones? These are the boys that are giving us bikers bad names.
I'm one of the boys giving ya a bad name, but then ya have so much to contend with that stated fact is the least of yer worries. You have a very steep learning curve directly ahead of ya and I sincerely wish ya the best with it.

Should ya ever be so unfortunate enough to meet smidsy do tell him I was asking after him. If ya kept those sexy glossy brochures it would be in this event ya could make most use of them. Applied directly to the wound they might stem the blood flow while keeping dirt out and in the case of suspected fractures a few of them tightly rolled up would make a fine splint.

I'll not enjoin ya in lobbying any government entities, for it could be said of them all that - they keep an empty milk bottle in the fridge for those that like black coffee, this is to say that reason and logic does not compute, but then you should already know this - ya do after all pay their wage.

What pisses me off most is that ya are perpetuating the myth that bikers can be held at fault in all RTA's, ignoring totally the fact that they are usually only one of two involved in same. Bikers are not responsible for the antics of other road users.

Even if advanced rider training courses helped ya harness the powers of telepathy, ya will still be at a loss in dealing with smidsy - might have sommit to do with the fact there's fuckall between his ears. Its all about live and learn as in if ya live you'll learn. Happy biking.
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Do they really have that much training?
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To get back on subject - i did that bikesafe down in cork back in the day, lad i met was dead sound, was out for a fairish spin around the city and a bit outside, he just followed and spoke regularly at stops with hints and tips, really enjoyed the experience despite being nervous about it beforehand, weirdly he gave me top marks on the assesment, made a bit of a difference on my insurance at the time.
This is what I mean, get this going again. Who do we talk too?
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You need to learn to laugh every now and then otherwise you'll die of a stress induced hearty before you're 40
I know I apologies. I was cranky and a bit locked
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02:51 in the morning and 10 pints in clearly
Ya I was pretty locked when writing this nonsense lastnight.

But basically I think they should bring back the BikeSafe Programme.

Bad form we have go up north to do it with the PSNI, who are happy to do it with us.
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I'm one of the boys giving ya a bad name, but then ya have so much to contend with that stated fact is the least of yer worries. You have a very steep learning curve directly ahead of ya and I sincerely wish ya the best with it.

Should ya ever be so unfortunate enough to meet smidsy do tell him I was asking after him. If ya kept those sexy glossy brochures it would be in this event ya could make most use of them. Applied directly to the wound they might stem the blood flow while keeping dirt out and in the case of suspected fractures a few of them tightly rolled up would make a fine splint.

I'll not enjoin ya in lobbying any government entities, for it could be said of them all that - they keep an empty milk bottle in the fridge for those that like black coffee, this is to say that reason and logic does not compute, but then you should already know this - ya do after all pay their wage.

What pisses me off most is that ya are perpetuating the myth that bikers can be held at fault in all RTA's, ignoring totally the fact that they are usually only one of two involved in same. Bikers are not responsible for the antics of other road users.

Even if advanced rider training courses helped ya harness the powers of telepathy, ya will still be at a loss in dealing with smidsy - might have sommit to do with the fact there's fuckall between his ears. Its all about live and learn as in if ya live you'll learn. Happy biking.
I sorry man I can't make much sense out of that. Are you trying to say no matter what the training you do or get there will always be some fool that will pull out infront of ya. Yes I totally agree.

But a few extra tips and training will help us out with stuff that we can learn to see coming and keep us stay safe.

Ps. I had drink onboard lastnight and was typing/ranting alot of rubbish.

Met alot of lads out on 2 wheels around Galway and Mayo Friday and Saturday. Bit wet but it was beautiful around there. Meant to get to Achill today but missed out. Next weekend hopefully. Ride safe guys.

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This is what I mean, get this going again. Who do we talk too?
What about sending a petition to garda headquarters, maybe on to them rsa cunts as well, do something useful for once.
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