New figures show nearly 2,500 electric powered two-wheelers (PTWs) have been registered so far in 2022 – a year-on-year increase of 68%.
RoSPA is urging motorcyclists to sign up for advanced rider training in a bid to combat the rise in fatalities seen in recent years.
The Motorcycle Industry Association (MCIA) has launched a single web portal for riders looking to improve their riding skills and knowledge.
Always wear suitable clothing no matter what the weather is like, ride within your limits and seek advanced training.
A one-stop-shop for new and young powered two-wheeler (PTW) riders has been launched, in an effort to help them safely navigate life on the road.
“It’s encouraging to see new riders turning to both electric & petrol PTWs as their transport choice.”
The Shiny Side Up Partnership (SSUP) has added two new films to its Know the Dangers campaign, which highlights the most common causes of collisions involving motorcyclists.
Powered two-wheelers must not be forgotten on the quest to decarbonise the UK’s transport systems for the benefits they bring could be reaped for a lifetime.
The National Fire Chiefs Council is hosting a week-long motorcycle safety campaign in April, at the heart of which will be encouraging riders to attend Biker Down courses.
There is a genuine desire among motorcycling stakeholders to ensure their industry plays a significant role in the future transport mix.
The Government says a new Action Plan shows it is determined to ‘find the right place’ for zero emission powered light vehicles (PLVs) within the green transport revolution.
In the wake of changes to The Highway Code, a leading industry voice says motorcyclists are already “acutely aware” of the need to take personal responsibility for their safety.