Motorcycle riders are among our most vulnerable road users.
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Motorcycles make up around 1 in every 20 vehicles registered in Queensland, that’s approximately 217,000 registered motorcycles on our roads.
An analysis of fatal motorcyclist crashes reveals at-risk riders are often: male, aged between 21-59 years, riding on weekends on recreational routes in south-east Queensland, disobeying one or more road rules, speeding, affected by drugs or alcohol, unlicenced riders.
Whether you are new to riding, a regular rider or thinking of returning to ride, the Queensland Motorcycle Riders’ Guide is a comprehensive one-stop reference handbook for all motorcycle riders. It covers a range of topics including licensing and registration, road rules, protective gear, safe riding techniques, how to cope with hazards, motorcycle maintenance, modifications, offences and current penalties.