Based in Belfast, Ireland the club members and bikes are made up of all kinds of people and bikes from, sports, tourer’s and cruisers from 1400’s, 1200’s, right down to 125’s.
The club enjoy their motorcycles and head out for runs whenever they can.
The Irish Wolfhounds say, “We try to get in at least one rideout a week, to keep up to date with when they will be taking place, you can check the calendar section of the website.”
The Crash Card
Supported by the major agencies involved in keeping us safe on the road: PSNI Bikesafe – Northern Ireland Ambulance Service (NIAS) – Northern Ireland Fire & Rescue Service (NIFRS).
Motorcyclists are provided free of charge with a card, which is place inside their helmet as a medical alert, details which the rider has written on the card provides vital information for attending ambulance crews or emergency responders if the motorcyclist is injured in a road traffic collision or unable to talk coherently because of concussion or having been knocked out.
To let those attending know about this vital information the rider places a sticker on the outside of the helmet, on the right hand side, indicating that a rider or pillion is carrying a safety card inside the lining of their helmet.
Please Note – the Biker NI Safety Card is for riders in Northern Ireland.
If you wish to find out if the card is available in your area outside Northern Ireland contact www.crashcard.co.uk
Individual riders you can get your card at various motorcycle dealers in Northern Ireland check where available – Click Here
The cards are also available at PSNI – Bikesafe assessment days.
You can find out more about the Irish Wolfhounds MCC on their website or Facebook page and a big thanks for the club for – getting their cards – much appreciated!
Irish Wolfhounds MCC – On Facebook – Click Here