Motorcyclists may get ‘safe space’ for stunts

As part of the National Peace Programme, Government is in talks to find a dedicated space for motorcyclists to not only practise stunts, but hone their skills with an eye to competing at the X Games.

Programme coordinator within the Attorney General’s Office, Akil Daley, said the National X-treme Games Apex intervention programme was but one initiative in the works.

Programme coordinator in the Attorney General’s Office Akil Dailey. (Picture by Tre Greaves)

“We are in talks to find a facility to provide a safe space for those guys who do the stunts on the road, to practise those stunts. We want to develop a safe space for them to do what they already love to do, but in a controlled environment.

“However, we don’t only want them to have a space to practise stunts, we would like to send them overseas to represent Barbados at the X Games,” Daley said.

He was speaking after a service at Hope Church, Neil’s Plantation, St Michael, where the National Peace Programme was inaugurated. (Nation News)

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