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Motorcycling

Motorcycling can offer a convenient and cost effective way of making journeys within and between urban areas, particularly if you are travelling more than 2 or 3 miles to work.

Motorcycling Shops

 Throughout Worcestershire there is a variety of different Motorcycling Shops available for all your equipment needs.

Rider Safety

 Unfortunately, despite the many benefits of motorbikes riders are more likely to be injured in serious or fatal crashes than car users.

There are a number of ways to keep yourself safe whilst riding:

Training Schools and Clubs

 In Worcestershire you can find different Training schools, Organisations, Clubs and Groups available for drivers to socialise and improve motorcycling skills.

Weather Reports

 Always check local weather reports the day before and on the morning of the journey, Ride cautiously and with extra care in adverse conditions.

Use the following links to check the weather in your area and for where you are travelling to.

Contact Information

 If our website has not provided the motorcycling information that you require, email us or contact the Worcestershire Hub on 01905 765 765.

Whatever your reason for choosing two wheels, you could find a number of benefits over driving a car:
  • Journey times compared to cars over the same distance are on average quicker.
  • Cheaper road tax and insurance.
  • Cheaper MOT and maintenance costs.
  • Good fuel economy.
  • Parking is often easier.
  • Modern bikes have plenty of space for carrying luggage, shopping, laptop, easily.
  • A motorcycle takes up less room on the highway therefore it contributes less to congestion on our roads.

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This page was last reviewed 16 April 2014 at 14:43.
The page is next due for review 13 October 2015.