The Metropolitan Police has launched a new campaign calling on riders to join the fight against scooter related crime by reducing the risk of their bike being stolen.
Motorcyclists in London are taking to the Capital’s streets this afternoon (27 March) over concerns they are being marginalised by TfL and the mayor of London.
A new survey has been published to find out more about people who ride a motorcycle, scooter or moped as part of their daily commute.
Motorcyclists in the Capital face an ‘unacceptable level of risk’ and shouldn’t be ‘dicing with death’ every time they take to the roads, according to the committee that holds the mayor to account.
A new blog on the 2Wheels London website tells riders ‘everything they need to know’ about motorcycle safety clothing.
Employers and other organisations that sign up as supporters of 2Wheels London will receive free access to a new toolkit with information about motorcycling in the Capital.
The mayor of London is putting the safety of motorcyclists at risk, according to the Motorcycle Industry Association.
Ride-by moped thefts and robberies on London’s main shopping streets have increased six-fold over the last two years, Met Police data shows (BBC News).
Whether it’s once in a blue moon or every day, the key principles of riding with a passenger on the back of your bike are the same.
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.