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.
Nearly two-thirds of riders exceeded the speed limit on 30mph roads in 2019, new statistics show.
In a new 2Wheels London blog post, the Motorcycle Action Group (MAG) raises concerns that the recently-announced Highway Code review will negatively impact safety for riders.
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 not resume until March 2021.
Young powered two-wheeler riders are being asked to take part in a short survey, ahead of its impending deadline.
Getting out of the Capital and experiencing what the countryside has to offer is something many riders enjoy, particularly during the summer months.
Sales of new motorcycles and scooters continued their ‘relentless upward trend’ in July, new figures suggest.
The Motorcycle Action Group (MAG) has expressed outrage at the ‘lack of consideration’ for motorcyclists in the latest review of the Highway Code.
We can all help to reduce motorcycle casualties on our post-lockdown roads.
A free online training course has been launched for moped and motorcycle riders to complete before taking their CBT course.