If you are a biker interested in improving your riding skills we can help you. Durham Advanced Motorcyclists is a registered charity, non-profit making organisation, affiliated to the Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM). Our group has around 250 members and is growing continually.
Our members are all ages, come from all walks of life and ride all sorts of bikes, such as sports replicas, tourers, sports tourers, adventure, custom and cruisers.
We have a very active social scene that caters for everyone. We meet at 7.30pm towards the end of each winter month (except December) at the Bowburn Hall Hotel, see below, where you'll be made welcome. There is a large room set aside for us and meals are available. We have guest speakers during the winter meetings, when possible, and rides out during the biking season, March to October.
Riding your bike is one of life’s great pleasures. However, regardless of whether you’re new to biking, returning after a break or have many years experience, our advanced riding courses can make you a better rider and bring you even more enjoyment and confidence to your riding. Whether it’s about improving your own standards or reassuring a loved one who struggles to share your enthusiasm, our Skill for Life programme can make you a better and safer rider.
Club Rides Out
Sunday rides start from Durham Services (just off the A1M, J61 at Bowburn). Starting time 9.30am for 10.00am.
Evening runs start at The Bowburn Hall on the last Tuesday of the month April to September at 7.00pm for 7.30pm. All rides use the Drop Off System.
Club social nights are at The Bowburn Hall Hotel on the last Tuesday of the month during the winter, October to March. Start 7.15pm for 7.30pm. We try to arrange for guest speakers, when possible, to talk about biking
Working in close partnership with Cleveland / Durham Constabulary Motorcycle Section since 1995