Foxy radio DJ, TV presenter, and all round funky motorcycle chick Mary
Anne Hobbs is supporting National Motorcycle Week 2006.
National Motorcycle Week is the annual event that encourages all
riders to get on their bikes and show their friends, colleagues, the
media and the politicians that riders come from all walks of life.
Bikes offer a multitude of benefits to the individual as well as the
rest of the community.
This years' campaign is promoting the 'F' factor to highlight
motorcycling offers fun, freedom, flexibility and friendship.
Mary Anne, who has been riding since she was 16 years old, is the
perfect partner to help emphasise these messages. Her love of bikes
has allowed her the freedom to travel around the world, avoiding
elephants on the road in India among other places, discovering global
bike culture. She also presented World Superbikes on British Eurosport
and 'Full Throttle Famous' about stars and their bikes on Men & Motors
She has developed many amazing friendships through her passion for
bikes, is a firm believer in education and thinks that motorcycle
awareness should be taught as a compulsory part of the learner car
Mary Anne said, "Freedom and friendship are the two of the greatest
rewards in the world of motorcycling ."
"National Motorcycle Week is the time for dedicated bikers to
introduce those that have missed out on all the fun."
"Most riders are committed to safe, responsible, enjoyable riding and
we need to sustain the right image to ensure we keep our freedoms