Commuters in the Cambridge area are invited to a free event run by the Travel Plan Plus (TP+) project to try out and find out more about travelling to work by motorcycle or scooter. There will be plenty of vroom to see what models are on offer as well as training, safety tips and help for beginners with trial rides for complete novices.
The event, being held on Wednesday 12 September between 11am to 2.30pm at Napp, 196CambridgeScience Park, is for anyone interested in riding a motorcycle or scooter. It follows last year’s highly successful event where almost 100 people came to check out how they could use motorbikes and scooters to get to work.
“A motorcycle or scooter is a really efficient and effective way of improving your commute and reducing your fuel costs,” said Tony Clayton, Travel Plan Plus Coordinator and organiser of the event. “Our 2011 event showed that commuters are interested in riding to work. This year’s event promises to be even bigger with more models on display, more dealers and more opportunities to try out a commute-friendly machine in a safe environment,” Tony continued.
This event is free for anybody working in the Travel Plan Plus area, comprising Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge Business Park, St. John’s Innovation Park, Cambridge Regional College and Taylor Vinters solicitors. For more information visit www.travelplanplus.org.uk