Young riders sought for short survey

10.40 | 17 June 2020 |

Road safety professionals and others who work with young riders are being asked to promote a short survey, ahead of its impending deadline.

The survey has been devised by the National Young Rider Forum (NYRF), a group of road safety professionals who have joined together to specifically look at issues surrounding young riders.

The aim of the NYRF is to reduce the number of collisions involving young riders by providing improved support and communication. 

As part of its work, the NYRF has launched a new survey to help gain a wider understanding of young riders.

The survey is aimed at 16-24 year olds in the UK, who currently ride a motorcycle or scooter, and is anonymous – with no responses being attributed to individuals.

Those who complete the survey will be entered into a prize draw, with two £50 Amazon vouchers on offer.

The survey runs until 10 July 2020.


 

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