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Hertfordshire Biker hits the road

1 May 2006

Hertfordshire Biker - Hertfordshire’s first magazine dedicated to motorcycling hits the shelves this Summer.

Written and designed by bikers for local bikers, ‘Hertfordshire Biker’ is believed to be the first of its kind in the region. The free magazine, produced by the County's Road Safety Unit, is being supported by the police, motorcycle dealers, biking events and training organisations across the county, who will be distributing it to some 10,000 bikers.

To obtain a copy of the magazine directly please contact the road safety unit on 01992 556800 or e-mail simon.hoggett@hertscc.gov.uk

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