The last Bikers’ Breakfast of the year this Sunday at the Beech Hotel, Derby Road, Burton. Great food this week, not to be missed, so come down and get your free snappin’ and check out the stands, bikes and whatever... Read more »
Bikers Breakfasts continue at The Darlaston Inn Sunday 30th July 10am to 3pm. please be aware this event is open to all Bikers & pillions of any age & ability. Learner riders are also welcome, we have seen some concerns... Read more »
Bikers Breakfasts continue this weekend Sunday 2nd July 10am to 3pm. This is a picturesque location to had to on a ride out to & the weather forecast looks like it should remain dry. Wolverhampton was a great success a couple... Read more »
Many people today are asking where they fit in socially, however I have to wonder if motorcycling is still attracting the young. Many seem content to play on their smart phones or games consoles on games where you can ride... Read more »
Staffordshire Safer Roads Partnership have released their new mobile app providing lots of tips and info for young riders; it’s all good stuff for older biker’s too!! The free app includes information on what to do in the event of an accident, with a place to store your essential personal information and your riding information too (insurance details, reminder dates for your MOT and insurance renewal) and you can just press the button and it will tell you where you are.
There are regular competitions where you could win some biking gear which link to the series of videos ‘The Adventures of Biker Jack’ which will be released periodically.
To see more information on the app and all young rider stuff see the young rider website. Like us on our Biker Jack facebook page to support the campaign or download the app free here for iPhone, Android or Windows.
A new THINK! radio campaign has been launched to encourage drivers to take longer to look for motorcyclists, on the back of figures which show that 30 bikers are killed or injured every day at junctions. The government launched the... Read more »