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Biker Down

Whether you ride your motorbike with a group of friends or on your own, there may be a time when you are the first person at the scene of a fallen biker.

Injured motorcyclists need to be dealt with in a specific manner as it can be easy to cause them further injury, particularly by removing a crash helmet unnecessarily, or in the wrong way.

Biker Down is a free course, organised by Dorset & Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service and available to motorcyclists and motorcycle clubs in Wiltshire and Swindon. A similar programme is available in the Dorset area, organised by the DocBike project.

The course, which lasts about three hours, is in three parts:

Biker Down Wiltshire has been made possible by sponsorship from AJN Steelstock and Office Evolution.

For further information about Biker Down Wiltshire, visit www.facebook.com/bikerdownwiltshire

 

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