Authorities in London have been accused of discriminating against motorcyclists, after calls to exempt riders from the Capital’s new Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) fell on deaf ears.
Free sessions to teach riders what to do if they are the first on the scene at a collision which involves a fellow biker are taking place on a monthly basis during 2019.
With less than a month until the central London Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) becomes operational, TfL is reminding riders to check their machines are compliant.
Riders in Brent are being urged to think twice about buying part-worn tyres, following recent convictions of retailers found to be selling dangerous and illegal tyres.
The road safety team at RoSPA is seeking volunteers to complete a survey as part of ongoing research to evaluate its videos giving advice on group motorcycle rides.
Three more London boroughs have signed up to 2Wheels London, reinforcing their commitment to improving the safety of powered two wheeler riders (PTW) in their local area.
London boroughs should work together to provide consistent messaging and share best practice in order to improve the safety of motorcyclists.
With the popularity of retro styled electric scooters on the rise, Simon Rawlings, 2Wheels London’s resident scooter enthusiast, outlines what’s available on the market.
While the overall new car market declined once again in 2018, the number of new powered two wheeler registrations increased slightly.
The latest blog post for 2Wheels London explores the many reasons why people ride motorcycles.