Telephone:  07837 050713


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Why Join us?

Ever had one of those heart-stopping moments on your bike? - a near miss!!


Had a break from biking and need to get back up to speed?


Looking to take your skills to the next level?


If you live in the Bath, Swindon or Salisbury post code areas and you are interested in improving your riding so that you enjoy your riding even more, WaBAM can offer cost effective, one-to-one instruction that can help.


There's no classroom work - it's all done out on the road.


Why not come along to one of our Taster sessions (see below) and see for yourself?


Upcoming Events

Taster Sessions

Open to anyone interested in a

"Try Before You Buy" session

See you at the Burger King, Chippenham

(A350 south of J17, M4)


08 April 2018

2nd Sunday (9.30-11.30) of the Month

March - October



Group Rides

Open to IAM RoadSmart members and associates

See forum for details


April 1st -Long ride

April 15th -Short Ride

A Little about Us

WaBAM is the local IAM RoadSmart affiliated bike group that covers Bath, Swindon and Salisbury post code areas.


We're a mixed bunch of people, but with one shared passion - riding bikes - all sorts of bikes - sports, customs, nakeds, scooters, trailies and tourers.


WaBAM has over 35 qualified trainers who operate all year round. So if you want to ride through the winter, it’s not a problem. Although we draw the line at ice or snow!!


The whole idea is to pass on the essential skills needed to make safe, smooth progress in all road conditions, and help you to avoid common mistakes and bad habits.


The riders we work with have a first time sucess rate of over 96% when taking the IAM RoadSmart Advanced Motorcycle Test (which increases to 100% if a retest is required).


WaBAM is a registered charity: everyone of us is a volunteer and an enthusiast.


WaBAM also has an active social calendar, including monthly group rides and evening meets. Some members organise trips, both in the UK and abroad, whilst others get involved in running the group and attending local events.


There is always a friendly atmosphere and we work on the basis that there’s always something new to learn, and we enjoy riding bikes!

Click to go to Forum for more Info Observer