A project is being carried out to design and trial new road markings that will help riders when approaching bends.
Provisional data shows 31 motorcyclists were killed on the Capital’s roads during 2020 – the same number as in 2019.
Powered Two Wheelers (PTWs) ‘firmly cemented their place in the emerging transport hierarchy’ in 2020, according to the Motorcycle Industry Association (MCIA).
A new campaign has been launched to support new riders interested in getting their motorcycle licence.
Ahead of the festive period, the Met Police is stepping up efforts to detect and arrest those who drive and ride under the influence of alcohol and drugs.
The Motorcycle Action Group (MAG) says the Government’s new £4bn ‘levelling up fund’ is a great opportunity for motorcycling in England.
The Motorcycle Action Group says motorcycling is ‘getting safer’, and therefore ‘long standing prejudices are not legitimate and must be challenged’.
Riders travelling through Westminster will now have to adhere to a borough-wide 20mph speed limit.
The MCIA is calling on the Government to add PTW retailers in England to its list of essential businesses, alongside bicycle shops.
Motorcycling is the theme for day five of the Festival of Road Safety, which kicks off next week.
IAM RoadSmart says motorcyclists who have taken its advanced rider course are involved in fewer collisions.
The number of motorcyclists killed on London’s roads rose by 27% in 2019, new statistics have revealed.