Booking / Payment
Once a booking has been confirmed an invoice will be sent to you; payment in full will be required on or before the date of the lesson.
Payment must be either by cash or cheque, made payable to ‘Meridian Bike Training.’
In the event of circumstances beyond their control, Meridian Bike Training reserves the right to re-arrange the lesson to an alternative date.
Cancellations / Refunds
Cancellation requests received more than 72 hours before the date of the lesson will incur no penalty and a new date will be arranged, or your fee refunded in full.
Any cancellation received after this will incur a penalty of 20% of your fee paid (this may be varied/waivered at the discretion of Meridian Bike Training).
Where a customer arrives later than one hour of the agreed start time, an additional fee may be requested.
Customers must ensure their machine is roadworthy and fully legal at the time of the course.
Meridian Bike Training requires that a valid driving licence, certificate of insurance and current MOT certificate (where applicable), are produced at the start of the lesson.
A pre-ride check of your motorcycle will also be made, both to ensure it complies with the law, as well as being capable of completing the planned activities.
Health and Safety
It is the customer’s responsibility to ensure that appropriate clothing and footwear are worn for the lesson.
It is the customer’s responsibility to inform Meridian Bike Training of any illness or injury that may impair their ability to undertake the lesson.
It is the customer’s responsibility to ensure that they ride their machine both within the law as well as their own capabilities. Meridian Bike training cannot be held responsible for any consequence where this is not the case.
All lessons are conducted with the aid of a bike-to-bike radio, both to give directions and to guide/advise you during the ride.
Planned stopping points will be off the road and away from moving traffic, in order to ensure your safety is not compromised during any briefing or de-briefing.