Visitors to the 2018 London Motorcycle Show are being encouraged to visit the Transport for London (TfL) stand to find out more about a range of training courses designed to enhance rider skills.
The Government has said it has no plans to promote the use of powered two wheelers as a means of cutting congestion – despite London being one of the world’s most clogged up cities in terms of motor vehicles.
Riders in Hounslow and neighbouring boroughs are being invited to take part in a free safety session later this month.
Manufacturers are being encouraged to help tackle motorcycle related crime in the Capital by making their machines harder to steal.
Riders whose bikes fail to meet certain emission standards face paying an extra £12.50 per day to ride in Central London from next year.
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Riders across the Capital are being offered the opportunity to take part in a free skills session, tailored to their needs.
Delivery riders across London are being encouraged to complete a free one-day training course, to help keep them safe while navigating the Capital’s busy city streets.
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).