Don't Race to the TT.

As motorcycle racing fans converge on the North West of England ferry ports to attend the Isle of Man TT races, RideSafe BackSafe ambassadors are encouraging all motorcyclists to ride responsibly on public roads as they head for the road racing Mecca.

RideSafe BackSafe is expecting many thousands of bike riders and pillions to make long journeys to Lancashire and Merseyside during the next ten days and virtually all of them will travel through Liverpool and Heysham ferry ports.

James Whitham, motorcycle racing legend, race commentator and a RideSafe BackSafe Ambassador explains;-

"The TT event is a high octane racing extravaganza, steeped in history, fuelled by passion and supported by thousands from across the world and the excitement is building well before the event. Bikers need to take it steady on the ride in and the ride home; particularly if they are unfamiliar with the local roads. Save racing for the track and leave the risk-taking to the professionals on closed roads".

For more information about a road safety initiative dedicated to the well-being of motorcyclists, visit Ride Safe Back Safe

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