Safe riding scheme sponsorship

PUBLISHED: 12:26 24 January 2008 | UPDATED: 18:00 31 May 2010

Bike Safe is a national initiative where an assessor takes two motorcyclists 
out to assess their riding ability and style, providing advice to help improve their road safety.

Bike Safe is a national initiative where an assessor takes two motorcyclists out to assess their riding ability and style, providing advice to help improve their road safety.

ESSEX Air Ambulance has announced its support for this year s Bike Safe, a massive annual event organised to promote safety among motorcyclists. The one-day celebration of safe biking will this year take place on Sunday April 27, in Burnham on Crouch. The

ESSEX Air Ambulance has announced its support for this year's Bike Safe, a massive annual event organised to promote safety among motorcyclists.

The one-day celebration of safe biking will this year take place on Sunday April 27, in Burnham on Crouch.

The Essex Police event is receiving full support from Essex Air Ambulance and a number of other organisations including Essex Casualty Reduction Board and Essex County Council.

Mick Green, of Essex Police, said: "We are very pleased to be working in partnership with Essex Air Ambulance again this year.

"Although the number of motorcycle casualties in Essex has fallen every year since 2004 all motorcyclists appreciate the value of the Air Ambulance, should the worst happen."

Bike Safe is a national initiative where an assessor takes two motorcyclists out to assess their riding ability and style, providing advice to help improve their road safety.


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