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There's been a worrying spike in the number of motorcyclists losing their lives on our roads.
Between January and March this year nine motorcyclists were killed in road accidents. It follows several years of reductions in deaths and is worrying both the police and motorcycle groups.
They want all motorcyclists to go on riding top-up training. Especially if they've returned to biking after a break. Courses can be found on-line and are available through local authorities. The police will be running the national Bike Safe course this summer.
Inspector Richard Pryce has been talking to our reporter Wendy Buckingham about the worrying rise in accidents. CLICK HERE