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|About||Biker Down is a free scheme giving bikers the chance to learn what to do should they find themselves first on the scene of a motorcycle crash.|
Biker Down is a free scheme giving bikers of all ages and abilities the chance to learn what to do should they find themselves first on the scene of a motorcycle crash.
The scheme was originally devised by Kent Fire and Rescue's Fire Bike team. Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service are pleased to be able to offer it to Powys riders in partnership with Powys County Council's Road Safety team.
The scheme is delivered free of charge, at local fire stations in small informal groups or on sites of group motorcyclist meetings. It is made up three modules - collision scene management, motorcycle specific first aid including managing major bleeds, CPR and safe helmet removal, and rider conspicuity helping to prevent you from being the casualty.
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