Anderson Truzzi from Stoke Newington in Hackney is the winner of a competition organised by 2Wheels London over the autumn months.
The competition, which attracted more than 100 entries, asked riders two questions about their riding habits.
75% of riders who responded said they use their machine for both pleasure and commuting, while 21% ride solely for pleasure – with 4% riding purely for commuting purposes.
The survey also collected details of what machines people are riding – with 70% saying a bike in excess of 300cc.
125cc scooters/bikes were the second most popular (20%), followed by 150-300cc scooter/bike (8%) and 50cc moped/scooter (2%).
As the winner of the competition, Mr Truzzi (pictured left) received £100 in vouchers for Infinity Motorcycles.
The two runners-up, Jason Best (Highgate) and Sarah Whyte (Brent), received £75 and £25 vouchers respectively. Sarah also writes about her motorcycling experiences via her blog: www.thesroad.com.
The survey is the latest in a series designed to help 2WL build a picture of motorcycling in the Capital.
The summer 2018 survey revealed that 67% of London’s motorcyclists believe wearing protective clothing in all weather is the best way to stay safe while out on the road.
This was followed by ‘looking twice when approaching a junction’ (22%) and ‘keeping your distance from the vehicle in front’ (11%).
08 January 2019