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BBC Documentary Helps Boost Motorbike Sales 11%

It seems a BBC documentary starring David Beckham has helped boost the UK motorcycle sales industry significantly. During the first six months of the year the industry experienced a rise of 11% in sales. The documentary showed Beckham, along with three of his closest friends, navigating the inhospitable Amazon on
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Crime Cut By Tagged Motorbikes

If you’re a keen rider whose motorcycle is your pride and joy then you’ll be pleased to know that since January 2013 there has been a huge reduction in the number of motorcycle robberies in the UK. The first official anti-theft scheme in the UK has proven its worth, official
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Next Steps If You’re Involved In A Motorbike Accident

Although we wish they weren’t, traffic accidents are a fact of driving and every now and again they will happen. Although all drivers hope never to be involved in one, sometimes its inevitable. When it comes to serious injury and fatalities motorcyclists are much more exposed than the average driver
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20th Anniversary of Bike Safety Event

More than 10,000 people have attended the annual Bikewise safety event which celebrated its 20th anniversary on 20th July. The event was held at Durham Police Headquarters in Durham City and included a number of demonstrations and speakers, promoting motorcycle safety. One of the featured attendees was John McGuinness, Isle
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‘Staffordshire Biker Breakfasts’ Safety Campaign

As the summer riding season is well underway Staffordshire bikers are being targeted in a new campaign aimed at promoting safer riding. Staffordshire Safer Roads Partnership have begun holding Staffordshire Biker Breakfasts events to promote safer riding with Staffordshire’s motorcyclists with specialist advice, training courses and even the chance to
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The Best Motorbike Races In Europe

Everyone knows that motorcyclists ride for a thrill and racing definitely provides them with that thrill. Racing means that the rider is at one with the bike; his chest is pressed against the fuel tank, the engine roars between his legs and his knees sweep the floor and it is
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Two Biking Accidents Help Kick Start Safety Campaign

A £2.5 million safety proposal has gone on display today in Hartley Wintney, following almost 20 accidents in the last 25 years – including two high profile motorbike accidents. The accidents all happened at a black spot at the junction which links the A30 with the A327. The scheme aims
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Harley Davidson To Release The First New Bike In 13 Years

The American motorcycles have been the figment of many men’s dreams for years. However, with their first release for 13 years, Harley Davidson have taken a different direction. Their two new releases, the Street 500 and the Street 750 are aimed at women and have been described as the “little
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Scooter Safety

Scooter Safety: Safety Before Fashion Wearing the proper gear when you ride your scooter or moped is essential if you’re going to avoid serious injuries. Although scooters are only generally ridden around cities in the summer, it’s still important to put your safety before fashion. Because of the fact that
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UK’s Most Dangerous Roads

Part of the thrill of riding a motorcycle is the danger that accompanies it. Despite only making up 1% of traffic on the roads, 20% of road deaths are motorbike riders. In 2012, 1,754 people were killed on roads in Britain. It’s a common belief that motorways are the most
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