The latest in a series of blogs on the 2Wheels London website takes a nostalgic look back at scootering in the 1980s – with a focus on protective clothing.
The 2018 London Road Safety Council Conference had a heavy emphasis on improving the safety of powered two wheeler riders, with three of the five presentations focusing on this challenge.
The Motorcycle Industry Association (MCIA) has teamed up with the Metropolitan Police to talk to riders about their riding habits and approach to security.
A new initiative has been launched to recognise and highlight manufacturers who fit or supply anti-theft devices as standard on new motorcycles and scooters.
Riders across London have the chance to win a share of £350 of motorcycle vouchers by answering a simple safety-related question.
A new campaign is encouraging motorcyclists to check their tyres once a week – with a particular focus on inflation, condition and tread.
Hounslow Council recently teamed up with the Met Police’s Motorcycle Safety Team to promote two safety and skills improvement courses for riders.
IAM RoadSmart is launching a new campaign to celebrate and promote ‘courtesy’ between riders, drivers and other road users.
There is a ‘strong case’ for older powered two wheelers (PTWs) to be exempt from London’s forthcoming ULEZ charges, according to a new report.
Riders who participate in advanced rider training schemes are being offered discounted parking in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.