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Yorkshire biker’s plea to drivers ahead of summer riding season

Wednesday 6th April 2016

When Yorkshire biker, Jean, was struck by a car five years ago, she felt almost as devastated at the thought of losing her motorcycle as she was at the news that she had lost part of her left leg after having an above-the-knee amputation. The now 49-year-old saw her Harley-Davidson motorcycle, and the lifestyle that…

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Former police officer spearheads biker safety campaign

Wednesday 6th April 2016

Norfolk resident Graham Butcher was riding his motorcycle on the A10 Lynn Road in Kings Lynn four years ago when he was hit by another driver who failed to see him. The 33-year-old former police officer is now urging other motorists to look out for motorcycles on the road by spearheading a biker awareness campaign…

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Freddy Lindup backs biker awareness campaign despite his own phobia

Wednesday 6th April 2016

Oswestry resident, Freddy Lindup was left injured and unemployed following a motorcycle accident caused by another motorist. The 27-year-old is now encouraging other road users to be more vigilant of motorcyclists by supporting Minster Law’s biker awareness campaign. Freddy was riding along the same route he routinely took to work when a motorist failed to…

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Bikers’ plea to drivers ahead of new motorcycling season

Wednesday 6th April 2016

Many will struggle to see biker, Graham Butcher, in the above image despite the presence of his motorcycle at a junction – it’s a stark reminder of what happens regularly on the roads. The photograph has been released by Minster Law, to coincide with the start of the new motorcycling season, to remind drivers to…

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Cornwall biker’s plea to drivers ahead of summer riding campaign

Wednesday 6th April 2016

Cornwall resident Mr Hughes, had only recently passed his motorcycle test when he was involved in a road collision that left him with life-changing paralysis. The 21-year-old is now urging other motorists to be more vigilant of motorcycles on the road by supporting a biker awareness campaign on behalf of Minster Law. Mr Hughes was…

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