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With lockdown rules slowly being eased, it’s finally possible to head out on a motorcycle and enjoy that feeling of life on two wheels, and for some it will mean they can resume their motorcycle training.
Whether you have been riding a motorcycle for decades or your a relatively new biker, one thing is certain, when you are in the saddle you can feel like you can conquer the world.
With Summer here and lockdown measures being eased, many motorcyclists will be itching to get out on their road and enjoy life on two wheels, however,this is where some of the most common motorcycle injuries can occur.
Wearing a helmet camera is becoming increasingly popular. Whilst there are many aspects of motorcycle safety that have been well documented, from wearing reflective gear to ensuring you have the correct protective gear, motorcycle helmet cameras can often be forgotten.
Anyone who owns a motorcycle knows all to well the dangers that riding on the roads in the UK can pose.
Whether you’re a driver or motorcyclist who passed their test decades ago or you’re an excited new driver who can’t wait to start spending time on the roads independently, every driver knows that they are breaking the law if they drive faster than the speed limit or they run a red light.
Last weekend Thorneycroft Solicitors were proud to be one of the sponsors supporting the Mercian Motorcycle Club’s Charity Family Fun Day and Motorcycle Show held at The Sycamore Inn in Birch Vale.
A man is fighting for his life after a motorbike accident left him in intensive care with life-threatening injuries.
The motorcyclist who is in his 20s was involved in a collision with a car and suffered what police described as “catastrophic injuries.”
A man has suffered catastrophic injuries after being involved in a motorcycle accident.
The motorcyclist who is in his 40s was airlifted to a hospital in Plymouth with what are said to be life-changing injuries.
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