A menu that could just save you from a motorbike accident

There probably isn't a biker out there who hasn't experienced that horrible bloated feeling whilst riding after gobbling down a feast of gigantic proportions.

To be honest, there really is nothing like the taste of a good old fry-up or a burger smothered with onions and ketchup, but leaning over on the bike for hours at a time can soon make you wish you'd had something a little less gut-busting.

fried breakfastNot only might it make you feel bloated, but food dripping with grease and fat can also affect your riding performance and even increase the chances of a motorbike accident. Britain's roads can be a dangerous place, which is why it's important that when you're on your bike, you're riding at your best.

What we eat can have a real impact on how our brain functions and some grub is far better for a day out on the bike than others. Certain foods help to boost awareness and concentration levels and so can play a vital part in reducing the chances of suffering an injury as the result of a crash.

Concerned at the number of motorcycle accident claims it was receiving, one clever firm decided to see if it could do something to try and cut the high figures, and so enlisted the help of a top chef to come up with a menu that would give bikers a little something extra whilst out on the road.

Steve Walpole was the man that was chosen. Born in Essex and a member of the highly prestigious Academy of Culinary Arts, Steve is a self-confessed bike junkie and knows just how important good food is in helping to avoid the possibility of a motorbike accident.

The menu that Steve subsequently created was devised to give riders vital nutrition but also keep them level headed and alert. What he came up with isn't what would you'd normally associate with a typical biker but, having quite literally road tested it, BP365 can definitely give it the thumbs up.

Breakfast

  • Homemade muesli, muesli biscuits, yoghurt and berry dip.
  • Carrot, pineapple and yellow pepper juice smoothie or
  • Banana, mango and passion fruit smoothie

Lunch
  • Teriyaki salmon with stir fried vegetable wrap and coriander crème fraiche.
Snacks
  • Cous cous cake with dried fruit.
  • Fruit crisps.
  • Homemade nut brittle.
Dinner
  • Bacon and green pea soup with wholemeal bap.
  • Pasta with sun dried tomato pesto and rocket salad.
Drinks
  • Homemade peach iced tea.
  • Black grape, lemon and Thai basil flavoured water.

Making a motorbike accident claim
If you've been unfortunate enough to have been involved in a motorcycle accident, whether you've been eating your greens or not, BP365 can help you get back on the road as quickly as possible.

Our staff are bike fanatics and have spent years on the road doing the thing they love. That's why, when it comes to helping you after a crash, we're the best people for the job.

We can help to arrange repairs to your bike or provide a replacement if necessary, and can also assist you in making a personal injury claim against the person who caused the motorbike accident.*

Working on a no win, no fee basis, we will do our best to get you the compensation you deserve. So pick up the phone today and call the motorcycle accident compensation claim experts today on 0800 0925 365.

We're waiting to help you.

 
 
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* A temporary replacement hire motorcycle or scooter can usually be provided within 24 hours where hire costs can be recovered from the insurance company of the person who caused the accident. If this person is untraceable or uninsured, or where there is a dispute over liability, it may not be possible to provide a replacement bike.  Please do still call us though, as we will always do everything we can to help.

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