The Motorcycle Accident In-Depth Study (MAIDS) is a study using the internationally agreed Case Control methodology for in-depth motorcycle crash investigations. This means that for every crashed rider (Case), 2 or 3 other riders (Controls) are included from other motorcyclists who have ridden near the crash site.
Controls will be asked to complete an anonymous on-line survey about their riding experience, practices and
Who can take part?
Any licensed motorcycle rider, aged 18 or older who has ridden in a specified area near one of the following crash
sites can take part in this study.
The list of crash sites will be continuously updated and more information available at http://www.neura.edu.au/motorcycle
To register to take part in the study please visit the website http://www.neura.edu.au/motorcycle
Click back on the links regularly as the sites are changing regularly.