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Think Bikes pan-European road safety campaign

The ‘Think Bikes’ safety campaign aims to create awareness for the high number of deaths and injuries among cyclists and motorcyclists. With more than 11 European countries developing national campaigns on this topic in 2015, the FIA hopes to raise international awareness for drivers to look out for users of two-wheel vehicles (bicycles / mopeds / motorcycles).

 

See what happened at our campaign launch event

Watch the Think Bikes animation

 

EU-wide bike safety statistics

pdf Download the brochure (1.7 MB)

Watch the Think Bikes video with Eddy Merckx

 

 To get your free Think Bikes Stickers, please contact info.region1@fia.com. 

Latest news on Think Bikes

Club news: Think Bikes creator Tony Rich given FIM Road Safety Award 2015

Club news: Think Bikes creator Tony Rich given FIM Road Safety Award 2015

01 December 2015

Think Bikes creator Tony Rich was given FIM Road Safety award. The award recognises associations, individuals or organisations that have made an outstanding contribution to motorcycling safety on the road.

Club news: Think Bikes campaign launched in Romania

Club news: Think Bikes campaign launched in Romania

05 November 2015

Think Bikes has been launched in Romania during the Cycling National Competition ”Road Safety Education – Education for Life”, attended by teams composed of kids aged 6 to 14 years and a large number of teachers and road safety trainers.

Club news: ACI launches Think Bikes campaign in Italy

Club news: ACI launches Think Bikes campaign in Italy

15 October 2015

The Think Bikes campaign was launched on 3 October 2015 in Reggio Emilia, Italy with an event entitled ‘2 Ruote Sicure/Safe Bike’ where more than 200 children experienced how to cycle safely.

Club News: HAK tells Croatian motorists to Think Bikes!

Club News: HAK tells Croatian motorists to Think Bikes!

28 September 2015

Hrvatski Autoklub (HAK) has been promoting Think Bikes in Croatia with many activities to promote the safety of cyclists and motorcyclists.

Club news: FIB promotes Think Bikes in Iceland

Club news: FIB promotes Think Bikes in Iceland

01 July 2015

FIB joins the Think Bikes campaign aiming to raise awareness for vulnerable road users on bikes and motorbikes in Iceland.

Club news: LAMB promotes Think Bikes at Latvian petrol stations

Club news: LAMB promotes Think Bikes at Latvian petrol stations

02 June 2015

In April Auto-moto Society of Latvia (LAMB) launched their national Think Bikes campaign called Cyclist?!

Club news: BIHAMK joins the Think Bikes campaign

Club news: BIHAMK joins the Think Bikes campaign

20 May 2015

Bosnia and Herzegovina Automobile Club joined the international Think Bikes campaign due to over 90 deaths and 240 injuries among cyclists and motorcyclists in Bosnia and Herzegovina during the last three years.

Club news: AMZS distributes 150,000 Think Bikes stickers in Slovenia

Club news: AMZS distributes 150,000 Think Bikes stickers in Slovenia

20 May 2015

The Automobile and Motorcycle Association of Slovenia launched the Think Bikes campaign on 16 April at AMZS headquarters. The campaign has successfully raised awareness for cyclists and will continue until October

Club news:  MAK promotes Think Bikes through traffic information service

Club news: MAK promotes Think Bikes through traffic information service

20 May 2015

The Hungarian Automobile Club MAK has chosen a different approach to promote the goals of Think Bikes campaign. MAK has integrated Think Bikes messages into a variety of its ongoing road safety activities.

Club news:  LAS kicks off Think Bikes in Lithuania

Club news: LAS kicks off Think Bikes in Lithuania

19 May 2015

The Association of Lithuanian Automobilists (LAS) launched the Lithuanian Think Bikes campaign promoting it in several events around the country.

Club news: ACA launches Think Bikes in France

Club news: ACA launches Think Bikes in France

06 May 2015

Automobile Club Association France (ACA) launches the awareness campaign “Think bikes, think motorbikes, think mirrors” in order to protect the most vulnerable road users: cyclists, motorcyclists and moped riders.

Club news: TACI launches Think Bikes in Iran

Club news: TACI launches Think Bikes in Iran

29 April 2015

TACI launched “Think Bikes” campaign in Iran to raise awareness for vulnerable road users on bikes, motorcycles and scooters. Initially, sixty thousand free stickers are being distributed to drivers as a reminder to ‘check your mirrors’ for cyclists and motorcycles.

Club news: Touring launches Think Bikes in Belgium

Club news: Touring launches Think Bikes in Belgium

21 April 2015

Alongside the pan-European launch of Think Bikes, Touring Belgium announced its own campaign to protect cyclists, motorclists and scooter riders in a campaign called 'Partageons la Route'.

Pan-European launch of “Think Bikes” road safety campaign

Pan-European launch of “Think Bikes” road safety campaign

21 April 2015

On 21 April, FIA Region I held the pan-European launch “Think Bikes” campaign to raise awareness for vulnerable road users on bikes, motorcycles and scooters with the support of bike racing star Eddy Merckx, motorsport champion Jacky Ickx and motorcycle racer Didier de Radiguès.

Club news: Think Bikes Campaign Goes Global

Club news: Think Bikes Campaign Goes Global

29 January 2015

The Think Bikes campaign developed by the AA UK to encourage drivers to look out for those on two wheels is being rolled out in Europe, the Middle East and Africa by FIA Region I.

Club news: AA UK launches national 'Think Bikes!' campaign

Club news: AA UK launches national 'Think Bikes!' campaign

13 March 2014

AA launches national 'Think Bikes!' campaign supported by Olympic cyclist Chris Boardman and 20 times TT winner John McGuinness.

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