The Motorcycle Industry Association and the Metropolitan Police will be giving out advice and free motorbike covers to London’s motorcyclists. A joint initiative by the Motorcycle Industry Association (MCIA) and
With dash cams increasingly being used as evidence of dangerous driving and speeding, a new website helps drivers submit footage directly to police forces. The UK’s one-in-four car drivers who
Following a police clamp down on illegal motorcycle activity, a large BikeLife protest ride is planned in the West Midlands this weekend. A recent police operation against illegal motorcycles performing
With a website now helping motorists submit dash cam evidence direct to the police, prosecutions are set to increase. We take a look at legal aspects of dash cam evidence.
Bikers checking to see if their motorcycles will be ULEZ compliant have been given previously inaccurate results and are now finding themselves liable to pay £12.50 each day. Transport for
From today, motorists face an increased chance of receiving a £100 fine and points on their licence if they pass too close to a cyclist. The same protection isn’t being
Triumph has launched a new apprenticeship programme for local dealers that also sees budding motorcycle engineers spending six weeks at the Triumph factory. The Triumph Dealer Apprenticeship scheme is looking