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Motorcycle fleets: BikeSafe aims for greater safety

WARWICKSHIRE Police will be hosting the National BikeSafe Weekend at the Heritage Motor Centre, Gaydon, Warwickshire, on April 5 and 6.

BikeSafe is an initiative run by police forces throughout the UK, who work with the biking world to help lower the number of motorcycle rider casualties. Police from across the UK are joining forces to promote BikeSafe initiatives during the weekend.

Entry to the event is free. Major motorcycle manufacturers Yamaha, Honda, Triumph and Harley Davidson will be present, providing demonstration machines. There will be more than 30 police officers and 20 members of the Institute of Advanced Motorists and the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents present throughout the weekend, offering free assessed ride-outs either on riders' own machines or on demo bikes.

Additional information is also available at: www.heritage-motor-centre.co.uk, www.scootersafe.org and www.bikesafe.co.uk. Assessed rides can be booked online at this site.

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