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2016 Motorcycle Safety Week



Reviewing the actions from the Governments 2016 – 2020 Motorcycle Safety Strategy)

Have they got it right / what else can be done?

Venue – Stirling Community Centre – Tuart Hill

Corner Cape and Stoneham Streets, Tuart Hill

8.30 for a 9.00am start, concluding at 1.00pm

Morning tea provided

Contact Dave Wright 0418 954 424 0r davmar08@bigpond.com if you wish to attend


Sunday 23rd Free Ride Right course Sponsored by the City of Stirling

Venue Softball WA Hall, Chesterfield Rd. Mirrabooka. 9.30am – 12.30pm

To Register Call 0418 954 424 or email davmar08@bigpond.com


Wednesday 26th Ride your Motorbike to work Day.

To encourage all riders to take their motorcycles and scooters to work on this day to highlight that we are a legitimate form of transport that requires consideration.

If you can’t take your bike then take your helmet to show the people you work with the riders are just regular people, – work mates, brothers, sisters, parents, and friends.

Ask your employer to reserve parking space for motorcycles and scooters on this day.


Sunday 30th Rider skills enhancement and first aid course by On Yer Bike rider training and Rider Down first aid course.

Venue Armadale Senior High School 9.00am. (Booking required) Ph. 0488 580 755


We will have the usual Variable Signs on the Freeways etc. with rider safety messages.

B seen-B safe

Check your blind spots

Ride/drive like life depends on it!

Motorcycle protective gear saves skin.


Radio, newspaper, website and Facebook safety tips.


For more information contact Dave Wright Ph. 0418 954 424

Email davmar08@bigpond.com

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