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CAMPAIGN AGAINST ROGUE MOTORCYCLING

THE PROBLEM

Motorcyclists, as people, have as much right as anyone else
to be on bridleways, footpaths and open spaces in Great Britain.
Riding their vehicles there enjoys no such right, unless permitted by law.
The great majority of motorcyclists respect the law and ride responsibly.
The irresponsible riding of motorcycles in those places causes damage, distress and danger.



Rogue motorbikes:
    damage bridleways and footpaths,
        so that some become impassable on foot;
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    leave ruts in bridleways and footpaths,
        diverting water to flow along the paths instead of across;
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    carve deep ruts where they cross the sides of gully streams; Photo 041
    churn up the fells and hillsides,
        leaving behind permanent scars of their wheel tracks;
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    disturb livestock and wildlife;
    destroy grassland, wild flowers and the moss covering of bog land; Photo 048
    pollute the British countryside with noise and fumes.
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For further testimony click on Photo Gallery

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The noise and speed of these rogue motorbikes is:
    intimidating to walkers and cyclists;
    dangerous to horses and horse-riders.

Rogue motorcyclists seem totally unaware of the damage they do and the effect they have on legal users of the paths, the hills, the fells and other open spaces;  furthermore, they seem totally unconcerned by the bad name that they give to legitimate motorcycling.  They continue to break the law openly, relying for their protection on speed, anonymity and the isolation of observers.


This activity is ANTISOCIAL.
This activity is ILLEGAL.

YOU
can help to
STOP
it.

Rogue motorcyclists rely for their protection on
speed, anonymity and the isolation of observers.

Each of these aspects is addressed in SOLUTIONS:
Speed in PROPOSALS 2 and 3
Anonymity in PROPOSAL 1
and
Isolation in PROPOSALS 1, 2 and 3.

Ask not Why they don’t do something about itAsk What you can do to help to stop it

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