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Brake Road Safety Week is an annual initiative coordinated by Brake the road safety charity and this year Thorneycroft Solicitors will be showing our support with a week-long schedule of activities to help both staff and members of the local community step up for safe streets.
Following our exhibition at this year’s Classic Dirt Bike Show in Telford, we are pleased to announce that British Superbike racer Christian Iddon, Tom Rowlands from UpRight Derbyshire and members of the Derbyshire Police Force will be joining the Thorneycroft Solicitors team at this year’s Manchester Bike Show.
We are proud to announce that we are now sponsors of Paracyclist Katie Toft.
Following our sponsorship of British Superbike rider Christian Iddon, Thorneycroft Solicitors is proud to announce that Trial2 biker Hannah Styles is now also a Thorneycroft Solicitors sponsored athlete.
The joys of riding in the hot summer sun can feel like a distant memory for some motorcyclists as winter begins to take a hold of Britain. Dark nights, wet roads and cold weather all combine throughout the winter months to make it one of the most dangerous times of the year for those who ride motorbikes to be on the roads.
There are a wide variety of reasons why a brain or spinal injury might occur, however, one thing is certain, such injuries have the potential to change a person’s life forever.
Thorneycroft Solicitors are delighted to announce a new business sponsorship agreement with superbike rider Christian Iddon.
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