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The Brave Women That Take On The TT

In 1962 Beryl Swain, known as the Goddess of the Gas Pedal, became the first female solo rider to race in the Isle of Man TT. However, a year later, she was unable to compete because her international licence was revoked as women were seen as the weaker sex. A
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Ariel Atom Does Police Service For Safety Campaign

There are constant efforts, by the government and local authorities in the UK, to make Britain’s roads safer. As vehicles continue to get quicker and more powerful the police are doing everything in their power to tackle rogue drivers in order to reduce the number of accidents, injuries and deaths.
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Lethal Motorcycle Helmets Seized in Peterborough

Peterborough Trading Standards have seized a batch of motorcycle helmets that have failed to pass a number of safety tests. The helmets, Jiekai model JK 100 and JK 1000, were on sale for £25 and buying one has been described as “buying a death wish”, by Howard Anderson, director at
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Riding Safely With A Passenger

Riding a motorcycle is thrilling for beginners and regular riders. Whether you’re riding alone or in a group, it’s a unique way to soak up the summer sun, with a breeze rushing through your hair. However, sharing your ride with a passenger really does double the thrill and adds another
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Two Lorries, a Van and a Motorbike

Yet another motorcyclist has died after a rush hour smash last week in Aberdeenshire. The crash happened at around 8am on Thursday 15th May and involved a motorcycle, a van and two lorries. Although the circumstances surrounding the accident remain unclear a twenty-four year old motorcyclist has become another nasty
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Express Solicitors Attend Thundersprint Event and Hold Prize Draw

Express Solicitors attended the annual Thundersprint event held at the Darley Moor Motor Sport Centre in Derbyshire on Saturday 10th May and Sunday 11th May. The firm had a stand at Thundersprint and borrowed two customised choppers from Hogdoc Motorcycles based in Heywood, Greater Manchester. The weekend was somewhat of
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Are You Putting your Claim at Risk?

Whether it’s clear that you’re the victim in an accident or not, there are loads of ways that you could jeopardise your claim, putting your compensation at risk. If you’ve been involved in a motorbike accident that wasn’t your fault then it’s important not to do anything that could risk
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Summer Safety Tips for Motorcyclists

The warm weather is definitely on its way and the barbeques are now out for the duration. It’s not just the barbeques and deck chairs that are receiving a good old clean though, this glimpse of bright, dry weather is great news for motorcyclists who want to make the most
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North West 200 is Under Way

The largest outdoor sporting event in Ireland is the North West 200 and it goes from 10th May – 17th May 2014. A lot of riders use this race as a final practice when honing their skills and teams use it as a place to test reliability ready for the
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A Guide to Making Safe Modifications

At some point, in every motorcycle’s life, a rider will want to make modifications to the bike. Even when you buy a brand new motorcycle, the chances of it ticking every single one of your requirements is slim to none. Often the reason to make changes is purely to improve
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