The man was thrown from his bike after colliding with a red Citroen near Laidleys Walk boating lake at around 7.30pm.
The road was closed for three hours, between Manor Road and Macbeth Road, while paramedics and an advanced paramedic attended.
The bike crashed through concrete and chain fencing along the sidewalk outside Dolly’s gazebo, where the biker was thrown over the edge of the grass.
Footage from the scene showed extensive damage to the motorcycle, as well as to the front passenger side of the Citroën.
‘We transported a man in his 30s to Royal Preston Hospital who had sustained leg and hip injuries,’ a North West Ambulance Service spokesman said.
But Lancashire Police said the man’s injuries were not life-threatening.
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A police spokesperson added: “A man – on a motorbike – was taken to hospital with leg injuries which are not considered life threatening.
“A closure was put in place at Laidleys Walk, Manor Road and Hamlet Road but reopened at around 10.30pm.”
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