Community Road Safety Motorcycle Forum

Community Road Safety Motorcycle Forum -

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Community Road Safety Motorcycle Forum


5 June 2010, 10am - 3pm


Tabcorp Park
Ferris Road, Melton South (VIC)

Event Information:

At the Community Road Safety Motorcycle Forum you can learn more about motorcycle safety, purchase discount safety gear and win prizes!

Isle of Man TT coverage from Friday 4th

Isle of Man TT television coverage starts this coming friday on Channel One HD at 10.30 and goes over the following 9 days

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Daves Bonny

Oh my. How beautiful is this bike . Just a few pics to wet your appetite and you will find this bike and a whole lot more from the link at the bottom . yummmmmm.

Latrobe Valley now targeted as well

ARMED with radars and nestled low among clusters of bushes, traffic police dressed in camouflage gear are cracking down on rogue motorcyclists travelling at dangerously high speeds across the Latrobe Valley.

Congratulations Jessica Watson

Congratulations Jessica Watson . Good to have you back home in Australia. Thanks for a fantastic Blog share of your journey . If you haven't read it be sure to click on the image and visit her site. Its pretty clear that Australias future is in fine hands with Australias youth.

Starting lights green for Tailem Bend Motor Sport Park

Road safety and motor sport activities have been booked at the Tailem Bend Motor Sport Park just some three months after the project was first announced.







Motorcyclist deaths out of proportion, says cop

MOTORCYCLISTS are killing themselves far beyond their proportion on the road, says a leading Victorian traffic policeman.

So far three motorcyclists have died during the Easter break in Victoria, including a double fatality where two riders collided head-on near Shepparton on Good Friday.

A frustrated Inspector Greg Parr said it had been a disappointing start to the Easter break.

"We've got three dead in the space of a couple of days — three motorcyclists, which is even more distressing," Insp Parr said.

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