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Photos online from Sundays meeting of the BikeWise Mini Bike Club

BWMBC - 20th September 2015

Photos are now online from Sundays meeting of the BikeWise Mini Bike Club.

To view the photos please click on the image.

Many Thanks to all who helped on the day with marshaling, signing on, setting the track up & taking it down & to the club members (riders) for some fantastic riding on the day.

Your next practice is at Teesside on Tuesday (29th) night,  followed by the Scottish Championship at Teesside on Sunday 4th October.

Next Meeting of the BikeWise Mini Bike Club

MBCNext meeting of the BikeWise Mini Bike Club will be on :


Sunday 20th September at Carrville Park & Ride, Durham.

Usual start time of 1030hrs with signing on from 1000hrs.

If you can help to set up the track or take it down at the end it would be appreciated.
If anybody can marshal , see the girls at the signing on desk, sign the form and then well tell you what to do :-)

Check website / Facebook / Twitter if you have any doubt about the weather.
Any cancellation will be posted by 0915hrs.

Mini Bikes at Teesside : Cancelled

Teeside-Karting-AerialTonight's (Tuesday 15th September) Mini Bike meeting at Teesside Autodrome has been cancelled due to heavy rain in the area which has caused flooding and road closures in the area.

Next meeting of the BikeWise Mini Bike Club will be Sunday 20th September at Carrville Park & Ride (Weather permitting !!)

Buckle Up….

BuckleUp

Seat Belts save lives and help to prevent horrific injuries…

Cleveland and Durham Police are supporting a Europe-wide seatbelt campaign next week.
The initiative will see officers stopping vehicles where drivers or passengers are not wearing their seatbelts from Monday 7th September as part of the work carried out by TISPOL, the European traffic police network.
And with schools having just gone back across the region, police will be paying particular attention to parents dropping off or picking up their children
Under current legislation, drivers are responsible for ensuring that suitable safety restraints are worn by all passengers under 14 years old. Children must use an appropriate child car restraint for their weight until they are 135cm tall or their 12th birthday, whichever is first.
As seatbelts do not fit children correctly, an appropriate child car restraint is needed to offer the same level of protection as a seatbelt does for adults. Passengers over 14 years are responsible for wearing their own seatbelt and can therefore face prosecution.
Failing to wear a seatbelt now carries a penalty of £100, should motorists be given an on-the-spot fine. Prosecution can lead to a maximum fine of up to £500.