First Bike On Scene

First Aid For Riders the safety initiative set up by Right To Ride to provide a tailored First Aid Course for riders of all Powered Two Wheelers (PTWs) is now recommending B.I.K.E.R.S. Training, home of the First Bike on Scene (FBoS) – Emergency Response Skills (ERS) to deliver their courses to riders. Set up in […]

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Patch It Up!

Our friends over at TARMACJUNKYS have come up with a fantastic and simple idea to raise funds for a good cause – The TARMACJUNKYS Cut Off! They have purchased a denim cut-off – original Levi denim jacket and wacked the sleeves of – with the aim to sew on motorcycle patches donated from around the […]

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Hein Gericke

Some of our readers may have heard the news that Hein Gericke UK is closing down. This includes the two shops here in Northern Ireland. The official notice on the Hein Gericke UK website in bold headlines says, “Closing Down – Everything Must Be Sold – Everything Reduced”, however on the same website it states, […]

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NABD Big Thanks

A Big Thank You From The NABD (National Association for Bikers with a Disability) In December 2011 I had the painful duty of writing a press release announcing the suspension of the NABD Adaption Grant system. In essence demand had outstripped resources and in the first seven months of the 2011-2012 financial-year we had already […]

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BikeSafe Dates 2012

BikeSafe NI is an initiative run by the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI), with support from motorcycle industry partners, aimed at reducing the number of motorcycle related casualties. Right To Ride supports the BikeSafe Initiative. By passing on their knowledge, skills and experience, police motorcyclists can advise you on how to become a safer, […]

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Supporting NABD

Right To Ride supports NABD (The National Association of Bikers with a Disability) an organisation that directly helps disabled people to enjoy the freedom and independence of motorcycling. NABD is a national charity in the UK and has been instrumental in setting up similar groups in Norway, Sweden, France and Japan since its formation in […]

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First Aid For Riders

Ride It Right is the only initiative in Northern Ireland that focuses – through a partnership of organizations that have the same common goal – on reducing motorcycle casualties. One of Ride It Right’s goals is to involve riders in First Aid Courses that specifically cater for motorcyclists. This goal is starting to evolve into […]

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Crash Cards NI

Ride It Right is supporting a new motorcycle safety initiative, the Motorbike Crash Cards for Northern Ireland (MCCNI) which aims to introduce a CRASH Card scheme to Northern Ireland. The CRASH Card scheme, which was created by the committee of the Ambulance Motorcycle Club, has been in use for nearly two years in England, Scotland […]

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Motorcycle Crime Reduction Group

Right To Ride is proud to have been accepted as an associated member of the Motorcycle Crime Reduction Group (MCRG). The MCRG is a partnership made up of representatives from rider interest groups, the insurance and security industries, motorcycle manufacturers and retailers, and the Police with links to, and contributions from, the Home Office. The […]

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Lightmare Support

Right To Ride is supporting Lightmare.org to fight the growing road safety problem of blinding lights which affect drivers’ ability to perceive hazards. These lights put the most vulnerable and less conspicuous road users, for example pedestrians, cyclists and motorcyclists at risk. Who is Lightmare? Lightmare is a collaboration of worldwide voluntary groups of experienced […]

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Supporting the AMIANI

Right To Ride supports the recently launched Approved Motorcycle Instructors Association (N.I.) – AMIANI. The AMIANI represent their members who are motorcycle instructors within Northern Ireland with the aim to provide rider training to a professional standard with safety, courtesy and patience in mind at all times. As an organisation the AMIANI express their members’ […]

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