Two charities have teamed up to support and educate riders on looking after their mental health.
This year’s Tyre Safety Month is reminding riders of the importance of regularly checking the air pressure, condition and tread of tyres. Regular tyre safety checks reduce the risks of an incident while on the roads. Tyre Safety Month 2021 runs with the strapline ‘what’s stopping you?’ – a question which organisers TyreSafe say not“‘ACT’ now during Tyre Safety Month”
Motorcycling will feature prominently on the agenda for the 2021 Festival of Road Safety, an online event taking place throughout November.
The Motorcycle Industry Association (MCIA) says 2021 ‘continues to astonish’, after publishing its latest figures for the registrations of new powered two-wheelers (PTWs).
The National Young Rider Forum is looking to collaborate with delivery companies who make use of gig economy workers to increase the safety of their young riders.
The latest powered two-wheel (PTW) new registration figures show ‘incredible growth across all segments’, according to the MCIA.
A charity set up to help save the lives of motorcyclists is stepping up its efforts to get defibrillators installed in collision blackspots around the country.
Riders are being encouraged to share their attitudes towards additional skills training, by taking a short survey.
The National Motorcyclists Council (NMC) is encouraging the Government, public authorities and organisations involved in road safety to adopt the ‘Welcoming Roads’ approach to Vision Zero.
Free sessions to teach riders what to do if they are the first on the scene at a collision which involves a fellow biker will resume in September – with booking now available.
The percentage of motorcycles exceeding the speed limit rose on all road types during 2020 – as a result of lower traffic levels caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Shiny Side Up Partnership (SSUP) is relaunching a social media campaign in a bid to highlight the most common causes of collisions involving motorcyclists this summer.