Riders across London have the chance to win a share of £200 of motorcycle vouchers by answering two simple questions about their riding habits.
The number of motorcyclists killed on roads across Great Britain rose by 9% in 2017 – new Government statistics show.
Eric Tonna, a keen motorcyclist from west-London, is the winner of a competition organised by 2Wheels London over the summer months.
A number of London boroughs are hosting free sessions to teach riders what to do if they are the first on the scene at a collision which involves a fellow biker.
New ultra-low emission streets, which came into effect in Shoreditch earlier this week, will impact motorcycles that fail to meet certain emission standards.
Two-thirds of London’s motorcyclists believe wearing protective clothing in all weather is the best way to stay safe while out on the road.
Debbie Huckle, vice chair of the 2Wheels London Stakeholder Group, has accepted an invitation to introduce 2Wheels London to a national audience later this year.
Two London-based speakers are the first to be confirmed for a conference that will look at the challenge of reducing collisions and casualties among young, inexperienced powered two wheeler riders.
The latest in a series of blogs on the 2Wheels London website takes a nostalgic look back at scootering in the 1980s – with a focus on protective clothing.
The 2018 London Road Safety Council Conference had a heavy emphasis on improving the safety of powered two wheeler riders, with three of the five presentations focusing on this challenge.