The Government looks set to introduce a ‘raft of improvements’ – including new riders having to pass a theory test before they take a CBT course – following a public consultation on proposals to modernise motorcycle training.
A new free course has been developed to help want-to-be riders prepare for their Compulsory Basic Training (CBT).
A temporary ban on pillion passengers has been put forward as a way of reducing moped crime in London.
In a new blog post on the 2Wheels London website, scooter enthusiast Simon Rawlings gives his verdict on a range of the ‘twist and go’ retro-styled scooters for sale in the UK.
Hounslow Council is offering free motorcycle training to riders who live, work or study in the borough – and recent participants gave the session a big ‘thumbs up’.
Highways England has produced a new tongue-in-cheek video, highlighting to riders the consequences of not wearing protective clothing.
TfL has announced a raft of new measures to improve the skills and confidence of the Capital’s motorcyclists, including expanding its existing Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS) to include businesses which use motorcycles, such as delivery and courier companies.
Harrow Council has launched a new campaign following a recent spike in collisions involving powered two wheelers (P2W) at specific hotspots in the borough.
The Government is to proceed with plans to exempt vehicles constructed, or first registered, more than 40 years ago from MOT testing – despite 56% of respondents to a consultation opposing the idea.
Motor Cycle News (MCN) has teamed up with Carole Nash to uncover the motorcycling’s great and good.