Ducati UK’s recent annual Silverstone track day saw the delivery of a special Ducati Panigale V4 in police livery. The Ducati Panigale V4 in police livery was ridden on track by the police and BikeSafe team.
As per Ducati UK, “We have loaned a Panigale V4 to BikeSafe to show our support for a project aimed at reducing the number of bikers being hurt on the roads by improving skills, knowledge and hazard awareness.”
The project aims to reduce the number of biking related injuries through skill improvement, knowledge and hazard awareness. The Ducati Panigale V4 in police livery on loan is in support of the project.
The police led motorcycle project focuses on safer riding. The workshop addresses riding dangers that bikers are faced with. A series of presentations and observed rides help riders identify their strength and weakness to improve riding kill.
Nick Adderley – Assistant Chief Constable for Stafforrdshire Police and National Lead for BikeSafe UK: “We are absolutely delighted with the relationship we have with Ducati, what’s really important is our mission as part of BikeSafe is to help bikers to become safer on the roads and better road users. The fact that we have a relationship with Ducati means that we have that engagement opportunity with bikers, because the V4 really peaks people’s interest. They want to come over to us and enjoy the bike with us and it gives us the opportunity to really speak to them and educate them about safe riding.”
Tim Maccabee – Managing Director of Ducati UK: “On behalf of all of us at Ducati UK, we are extremely proud to be able to bring awareness to the BikeSafe campaign. The Panigale V4 we have had designed with Police livery will certainly attract attention, and I hope it will help to engage riders with what BikeSafe do and essentially promote safer riding.”