Highways England has launched a new motorcycle safety campaign, aimed at those most likely to be killed or seriously injured: leisure riders.
Riders travelling through central London will have to adhere to 20mph speed limits from next year, it has been confirmed.
Angry Al is becoming a familiar name among young riders in the Capital – helping to promote vital safety messages on themes such as speeding and junctions.
In his latest blog post, Simon Rawlings, 2Wheels London’s resident scooter enthusiast, takes a look at the behaviour and attitude of the Capital’s riders.
2Wheels London has launched a new social media campaign in an effort to resonate with young riders – and to help influence their decisions.
The road safety and breakdown organisation GEM Motoring Assist is encouraging drivers to take extra care at junctions, in an attempt to reduce collisions with motorcyclists.
2Wheels London has announced the winner of its summer competition – with Stéphane Carnoy from Lewisham claiming the top prize.
Transport for London is keen to ‘urgently’ work with the Government to improve the motorcycle licencing system following a spike in deaths among young riders.
In carrying out analysis into the ‘safety in numbers’ concept, the Motorcycle Action Group (MAG) says it has uncovered some ‘uncomfortable truths’ about the safety of motorcyclists in London.
More than a quarter of the Capital’s riders have been riding for less than a year, a new survey suggests.