“In the face of economic uncertainty for many, the benefits of motorcycles, scooters and other powered light vehicles… continue to shine through.”
Two of the motorcycle industry’s leading voices continue to express strong opposition towards Government plans to end the sale of all new fossil-fuelled motorbikes and mopeds by 2035.
New data has once again highlighted the dangers riders face when out on England’s motorways and A roads.
A record number of people are taking, and passing, their motorcycle test.
Motorcyclists could face the prospect of sharing the road with driverless vehicles as soon as 2025.
New figures underline why the motorcycle sector needs a different approach to phasing out non zero-emission vehicles, in particular where bikes are primarily used for sport and leisure activities.
TfL is being urged to ditch plans to continue charging motorcyclists for riding in the Capital’s ultra-low emission zone (ULEZ), regardless of whether it is expanded.
GEM Motoring Assist is calling on ‘born again bikers’ to put safety first this summer by brushing up on their skills and recognising that their reaction time may have slowed significantly.
The MCIA says it will continue to push the case for why more time is needed to phase out the sales of large capacity motorcycles which are not zero emission.
A series of four summer infographics, which shine a beam of light on several key issues impacting young riders, will be shared on social media over the coming weeks.
A new report shows motorcycles were eleven times more likely to be stolen than cars in 2021.
The percentage of motorcycles exceeding the speed limit on 30mph roads fell in 2021 – however the data for motorways paints a less encouraging picture.