- Anyone involved in road safety or reducing casualties
- Members of the motorcycle media
- ATB representatives
- Motorcycle dealers and providers of motorcycle accessories
- Delegates from BikeSafe schemes
- Businesses where motorcycles and riding are part of the work related travel arrangements
- Highway engineers
- What improvements can be made to the road network to help riders?
- How might drivers understand and be made more aware of motorcyclists?
- What is the future for motorcycle training and testing?
- What campaigns and interventions have made an impact?
- How might riders be guided to do the best for themselves?
The MCI’s Head of Safety, Karen Cole is co-chairing the conference and leading a question session: “We have a few spaces left at the conference and anyone attending will find it extremely useful and time well spent. Safety policy and research have a huge knock on effect across all aspects of the industry, not just for those working specifically on road safety. It is vital that everyone working within the industry keeps abreast of emerging trends and behaviour with regard to motorcycle safety. Those who don’t could find themselves left behind.”
The National Motorcycle Conference is held at the Hinckley Island Hotel, Junction 1 of the M69. It starts after 9am and finishes at 4.30pm. For details of key speakers and how to attend, see the website here.