Bikers unite for safer riding

2008-05-01 00:00

A Midlands Bikers’ Association was launched at Autobahn Roadhouse yesterday evening. It represents about 13 biking clubs in the KwaZulu-Natal midlands, and is aimed at promoting safe biking, organising biking events and training for young bikers.

Midlands Bikers’ Association chairman Terry Baker (pictured left) said that about six pupils were killed while biking last year, and about 13 in the whole province.

With Baker are young bikers J.D. Cat and Shereen Cat. For more information about the association call Carl Prinsloo at 033 345 4462 or 084 832 8611.

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