The Gwynedd-Môn Road Safety Partnership’s campaign to make the region’s roads safer has been boosted by the use of a motorcycle. The Gwynedd Môn Road Safety Partnership works closely with motorcycle groups to promote safety initiatives, for example by holding Bikesafe workshops and by speaking to motorcyclists to remind them of simple safety measures they can take. A motorbike has been loaned to the partnership by the North Wales Fire and Rescue Service and will be used during these events and to engage with the motorcycling community.
Terry Williams, Community Safety Manager, North Wales Fire and Rescue Service said: "Motorcyclists are amongst the highest risk as road users and we continue to witness some dreadful examples of lives being cut tragically short because of inexperience and risk taking. The motorcycle will be put to good use and is seen as an ideal resource in terms of engaging with the motorcycle groups and other vulnerable road users."