News: Motorcyclists

NFCC Motorcycle Safety Week – April 2023

Posted on Friday 14th April 2023 in Education and Training, Motorcyclists, Speed

Monday 3rd of April was the start of NFCC's Motorcycle Safety Week. The use of motorcycles increased in 2020 - 2021 by 17 per cent. Despite motorcycles making up around one per cent of vehicle traffic, in 2021 they accounted for 20 per cent of road fatalities and 12 per cent of road injuries in Great Britain.  This week-long campaign encourages Fire and Rescue Services, along with Road Safety Partnerships, to share road safety advice for riders and - no matter what level of experience they have - to improve their knowledge and skills by taking additional rider education. 

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NPCC 2-Wheel Operation Road Safety Campaign – April 2023

Posted on Monday 10th April 2023 in All Road Users, Cyclists, Education and Training, Motorcyclists

National safety operation: Police urge all road users to help reduce two-wheel collisions. A national road safety operation starts today (Monday 10 April), in which police forces all over the country will be urging road users to help improve safety for the riders of bicycles and motorcycles.

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RoSPA, #SkillUp during Motorcycle Safety Week – April 2023

Posted on Friday 7th April 2023 in All Road Users, Education and Training, Motorcyclists

The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) is a not-for-profit organisation that has worked for more than 100 years to help people recognise and reduce their risk of accidents, at home, on the road, at work and at leisure. Their goal is to enable everyone to live their lives to the full, safely.

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Posted on Sunday 19th March 2023 in All Road Users, Education and Training, Motorcyclists

Biker Down is a free training workshop run by professionals for bikers and designed to aid them if they were to find themselves in a situation of need.

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Safe Drive, Stay Alive – November 2022

Posted on Friday 18th November 2022 in All Road Users, Drivers, Education and Training, Motorcyclists, Pedestrians

Safe Drive Stay Alive has become a firm fixture in the education calendar and is popular with schools and colleges throughout Sussex. Safe Drive Stay Alive, is a live theatre-based education production that aims to raise road safety awareness amongst young people and to positively influence their attitudes to driving and as passengers. Young drivers are much more likely to be involved in a crash on the roads, often due to inexperience and a lack of knowledge of the risks.

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