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.
Powered two-wheelers can play a key role in improving air quality, while providing a great contributor to mental and physical health.
The Motorcycle Action Group (MAG) has launched a new vision for road safety, recognising that casualties happen in the ‘imperfect real world’.
A new video has been launched to build awareness of the legitimacy of filtering and give young riders the confidence to know how to filter responsibly.
May 2021 represented another ‘incredible’ month for the registration of motorcycles and scooters.
In the build up to Ride to Work Day 2021, the Motorcycle Action Group (MAG) is running a survey to find out more about who commutes to work on motorcycles and scooters.
TfL has stepped up efforts to highlight the vulnerability of powered two-wheeler riders, following a ‘surge’ in demand during the Covid-19 pandemic.
2Wheels London is working in partnership with the Motorcycle Action Group (MAG) to provide businesses and supporters in London with the resources to promote Ride to Work Day.
The National Motorcyclists Council (NMC) is calling on all local, city and regional authorities to incorporate motorcycling in their plans for transport.