Brian and Joy and the “crew” from Moto-Tech where at the weekends Adelaide Motorcycle Festival and from their stand manged to “shift” over 250 of the cards.
Moto-Tech Service & Performance Centre say:
“Moto-Tech Service & Performance Centre Ballinderry, Lisburn would like to thank Trevor and Elaine of Right to Ride for supplying The Biker NI Safety Card dealer pack.
Moto-Tech are happy to support the Biker NI Safety Card Initiative.
No one likes to think of being involved in an incident where a rider/pillion has been injured. The Biker NI safety crash card could be invaluable to the emergency services in the event of an accident.
The card simply allows the medics to reveal the riders personal contact details, allergies etc. When placed under the lining of your crash helmet, where the crew will know to look for it.
You will also find a “Do Not Remove Helmet” Sticker attached to the safety card which you attach to the right hand side of your helmet, alerting the emergency responders that you carry a card inside the lining of your helmet. The sticker is also aimed at good Samaritans, who may not understand the importance of spinal stabilization before removing a helmet.
Trevor Baird & Elaine Hardy of Right to Ride continue to address, road safety, first aid for bikers and motorcycle theft in Northern Ireland on behalf of all riders.
Moto-Tech wish to thank Trevor and Elaine for all their ongoing campaigns to aid motorcyclists in Northern Ireland.”
As an individual rider and you want a card call in to the Moto-Tech Service & Performance Centre.
Find out where else you can – “Get A Card” – On the Biker NI Safety Card website – Click Here