A VAN driver found guilty of death by dangerous driving after he hit a motorcyclist head-on has been told he faces a jail sentence. Ian Fleig, 47, of Lingfield Drive, Worth, was found guilty of death by dangerous driving unanimous jury verdict last week, after his Mercedes Sprint...
SUSSEX POLICE stopped and arrested a group of ELEVEN motorcyclists riding south on the A24 near Buck Barns crossroads on Sunday September 6, the force has revealed.Souces say the group, which consisted of 10 men and one woman, aged between 25 and 48, were spotted by an unmarked P...
MOTORCYCLISTS are half as likely as other road users to drink-drive, according to recent figures released by the MCI.The latest drink-drive statistics show of the motorcycle riders tested following an accident in 2008, 1.4 per cent failed a breathalyser test compared to an averag...
The scene where the motorcycle officer diedA TRAFFIC OFFICER was killed yesterday in West London after being hit and then run over by a Volkswagen Passat.The accident happened at 9.30pm yesterday on the A40 in Perivale, West London. Police said the Police Constable, based with th...
MET POLICE are launching a review of their motorcycle pursuits after a coroner criticised police following a 124mph chase which ended in the death of a 24-year old man.The victim, Lexy Williams, 24, was chased by police who thought he was riding a stolen motorcycle. The motorcycl...
NORTH WALES POLICE were left with a bill to the tune of £18,000 after incorrectly issuing speeding tickets to road users travelling at more than 30mph - in a 40mph zone.Officers made the blunder while issuing speeding fines to road users at the village of Bala in Snowdonia. North...
A CORONER has blasted homemade modifications made to a disabled biker's motorcycle after it was involved in a fatal accident that killed two people.One-armed biker Gordon Thackray, 58, died when his specially-modified motorbike crashed at a cross roads – seriously injuring his gr...
A SCOTTISH COURT has jailed a speeding motorcyclist for nine months after he was nabbed at over 166mph.Last month, Visordown reported the case of Neil Purves, 27, of Cockburnspath, who was nicked by police as he sped at 166mph on his Suzuki GSX
A SCOTTISH BIKER has admitted in court to speeding at over 166mph - the fastest speed ever recorded on a Scottish road.Months ago, Visordown reported the news that Neil Purves initially denied the speeding charge, but latest reports state
on TWO occasions on the day before he was snapped on camera pulling a wheelie on his Suzuki SV1000.Fareham Magistrates' Court heard how the 21-year-old was first caught speeding at 44mph in a 30mph zone on July 11 in Portsmouth, Hampshire, only
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