Suzuki Partners with CMA to Boost Rider Safety

from South Africa

SUZUKI AUTO SOUTH AFRICA (PTY.) LTD. is passionate about rider safety. Whether introducing new riders to the ins and outs of riding or polishing the skills of veteran motorcyclists, nothing is more important than being able to ride with care and confidence. That is why Suzuki has partnered with the Christian Motorcycle Association (CMA) for monthly training events that include instruction for the freshest beginner to the advanced rider.

A training event

The CMA Academy instructors are purely volunteers and have years of riding experience. Established in the United States in 1975, the CMA has been active in South Africa since 1980. For the training courses, Suzuki is glad to provide GIXXER SF 250, GIXXER, Let’s, and BURGMAN STREET models, fit for various types of riders. Learning to ride for beginners or improving riding technique for veteran riders means understanding the features and performance of the machine on which they are riding. By practicing on Suzuki products, CMA Riding Academy participants also learn how Suzuki always pays close attention to rider safety in design and production of its motorcycles.

Bikes and scooters for training

After experiencing riding on a Suzuki product, more and more riders will look to Suzuki for their first bike or to upgrade to a new model. SUZUKI AUTO SOUTH AFRICA (PTY.) LTD. is proud to be conducting rider training with CMA. In the months and years ahead, the partnership with CMA will continue to spread the word about rider safety and the value of Suzuki’s motorcycles through this program.