Bike Safety Awareness Open Day – Fallen Heroes MCC

Don’t forget this weekend is the Right To Ride club supporters, the Fallen Heroes MCC, Bike Safety Awareness Open Day, on the 18th April 2010 at Comber Fire Station from Midday to 4pm.

The club has picked the perfect time for the event – as the biking season gets i9nto full swing (hopefully with good weather and less rain), as riders come out of hibernation (The Secret Life Of Bikers) dust off their motorcycle gear and polish their helmets.

If you haven’t already booked your BikeSafe assessment on the BikeSafe website Click Here there are plenty of other attractions during the day that are worth a rideout to the event.

Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service – Northern Ireland Ambulance Service

The Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service and the Northern Ireland Ambulance Service will be putting on a practical display on how they deal with a motorcycle collision.

Hot Food being provided by the Fire Service with all proceeds from the food going to a fund for the family of 2 Firemen in England who tragically lost their lives earlier this month (6/4/10) trying to help others.

James Shears & Alan Bannon

Link for the Facebook page donated the firemen..

Click Here

Displays

Local motorcycle racers, Kirk Jamison, Glen Irwin, Davy Morgan and Robbie Richardson will be at the event with their race bikes.

RoSPA will be there, find out about advanced training, Adelaide Insurance will be attending and some light entertainment.

Then there is always the “craic” – general banter – just talking bikes – and a fair amount more.

For updates on the event head to www.fallenheroesmcc.com or www.rideitright.org

In Association with: PSNI Bikesafe – Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue – Northern Ireland Ambulance Service – Ride It Right – Men On A Mission – Kirk Jamison with Race Bikes – Robbie Richardson with Race Bikes – Local Racer Davy Morgan – RoSPA – Adelaide Insurance – and many many more!!!!!

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