News: Motorcyclists

SSRP @ Ace Café, Brighton Burn Up.

Posted on Monday 5th September 2022 in Education and Training, Motorcyclists, News

Sussex Safer Roads Partnership (SSRP) attended the Ace Café, Brighton Burn Up along Madeira Drive on Brighton seafront on Sunday 4th of October. The event is a huge attraction to bikers and bike enthusiasts, meaning that it’s a fantastic opportunity to inform one of our priority groups at a face-to-face occasion.

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Autumn Tyre Check

Road users across Sussex are being urged to check their tyres this autumn

Posted on Thursday 30th September 2021 in Business, Drivers, Education and Training, Motorcyclists

Whilst drivers are urged to check their tyres on a regular basis, October is a month long opportunity for motorists to get into the habit of checking their vehicle is fit for the roads.

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SSRP British Horse Society

Sussex Safer Roads Partnership & British Horse Society work together in Sussex

Posted on Tuesday 21st September 2021 in All Road Users, Cyclists, Drivers, Education and Training, Motorcyclists, Pedestrians

New statistics released by The British Horse Society (BHS) have revealed a sharp increase in road incidents involving horses in the South East of England, with 83 incidents reported to the equine charity during 2020-2021. Incidents across the region soared by 27.7% compared to the previous year, despite lockdown restricting activity, with Kent and Surrey remaining among the worst affected counties in the South East.

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Share the Roads Responsibily

Sussex Safer Roads Partnership supports the NPCC Vulnerable Road Users Campaign

Posted on Monday 6th September 2021 in Cyclists, Drivers, Motorcyclists, Pedestrians

SSRP will be supporting Vulnerable Road Users throughout September to raise awareness of sharing the roads responsibly.

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Don’t let cheers turn to tears this summer – have #NoneForTheRoad this August

Posted on Monday 16th August 2021 in All Road Users, Business, Cyclists, Drivers, Education and Training, Motorcyclists, Pedestrians

The latest National Police Chiefs’ Council road safety campaign has launched, as does Sussex Safer Roads Partnership’s support to reduce drug driving and make Sussex roads safer for all users.

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