‘Rider reported’ - Learner motorcyclist’s bike had no rear brake pads
- Credit: Police
A learner motorcyclist had their bike seized after police found they had allegedly been riding with no rear brake pads.
The Norfolk and Suffolk Roads and Armed Police Team tweeted a picture of the vehicle this morning.
Officers said the bike had been stopped because its number plate was obscured and discovered the rider had only a provisional licence and was not displaying L-plates.
“Worse still, the rear brake didn’t have any brake pads in it,” the team tweeted.
“Rider reported and bike prohibited.”
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