Bramley Biker wins IAM course dream with Bennetts

Posted: 19 Dec 2013

Bramley Biker

A dream became a reality for a Bramley Biker today as he was surprised at home by Bennetts Biking Dreams who revealed he’d won his dream as part of the 12 Dreams of Christmas campaign.

Roy Kilner has been an avid motorcyclist since the age of sixteen and wants to take part in an Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM) advanced motorcycling course to iron out any bad habits he may have picked up while riding.

Kilner entered his dream on the Bennetts Biking Dreams website as part of the 12 Dreams campaign, in which Bennetts are fulfilling one biking dream per day in the run up to Christmas.

“It is brilliant to know that I am a Bennetts Biking Dreams winner and I can go on to complete the ultimate advanced skills rider course” said Kilner on receiving his prize.

“I entered because I thought it would be beneficial to address any bad habits that I may have picked up over the years. Bikes have changed dramatically since I first started riding and I know how important safety is as a motorcyclist.”

“I am really excited to get going and see how I handle the course.”

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