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Greater National Attention to Biker's Blight

By The Campaign Group Communities Against Noise and Speed

Tuesday, 31 July 2018


Communities Against Noise and Speed Contributor


There is a much greater attention being paid to the illegal and reckless use of high performance sports bikes on our national roads. The matter has recently been raised with the Under Secretary of State for Transport, Jesse Norman MP, and has involved representatives from Hampshire County Council and the road Policing Unit for Hampshire. Many other police forces around the country have this in their sights as well. Here in this part of East Hampshire and The Meon Valley C.A.N.S. is in discussion with your local MP's, County Councillors and HCC Highways to try and make our roads safer, and reduce the use of them for noisy, and illegal racing of these bikes at high speed through our villages and along our rural A roads. We need the Hampshire Police to persue this illegal activity all the way to the courts as recently seen in Nottingham, where a successful prosecution was made of an individual pulling wheelies and travelling at 189mph. See the article here:

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The Campaign Group

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West Meon, Petersfield, Hampshire