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Here is a list of resources and links – some relate to project resources and partner websites and others link to relevant material on our website.

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  • Motorcycle Safety Advisory Council (external link)

    The council's role is to ensure the motorcycle safety levy is spent on initiatives that will make riding on New Zealand roads safer. Read about this work on their website.

  • Ride Forever (external link)

    This ACC site is for motorcyclists or those new to motorcycling. It has advice to help motorcyclists get more out of their riding.

  • Reduce the Risk (external link)

    This site has motorcycle safety tips and a guide available on riding safely on roads in the Waikato. It is run by Waikato Regional Council on behalf of a group of road safety partners.

In the media

Police unveil Coromandel road safety measures (external link)
30 November 2014 – TV3
Police have used this weekend's annual Thunder Beach motorbike ride to unveil a new safety message for one of the country's deadliest touring routes – the Coromandel Peninsula.

New rescue chopper landing sites built on Coromandel
14 November 2014
Four rescue helicopter landing pads have been built around the Southern Coromandel as part of a multi-agency motorcycle safety project, led by the NZ Transport Agency.

Innovative road markings to improve motorcycle safety
2 May 2014
People travelling in the Southern Coromandel area this month will notice some unusual road markings in the lanes before deceptive corners, says the NZ Transport Agency today.
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Popular Coromandel motorcycling route to get safety boost
29 November 2013
A scenic loop in the southern Coromandel, popular with recreational motorcyclists, will serve as a test case for an innovative multi-agency safety pilot project launched this week, says the NZ Transport Agency.

Transport Agency information for motorcyclists

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