Nick Lloyd, Head of Road Safety, RoSPA

Nick Lloyd is RoSPA’s (Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents) head of road safety for England having joined the safety charity in 2014.

He has more than 25 years’ road safety experience having previously been head of road safety at Staffordshire County Council between 1997 and 2011 where he was responsible for road safety education, accident analysis, speed cameras, local safety schemes and sustainable travel programmes.

Since leaving Staffordshire, Nick has worked within the charity sector at Sustrans and RoSPA, where he leads on the topics of active travel and health.

Presentation: No corners cut on the A537 Cat and Fiddle
Leisure riders seek routes which are challenging and enjoyable to ride on, often these routes encompass a series of corners of varying severity, get it wrong and the results can be ‘life changing’.

RoSPA has produced a new film using drone camera footage to provide advice on how to ride safely through bends. The film will be premiered at the Conference, together with an explanation on the production methodology.