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clean air zones
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The Government has lost a court action that could lead to a speeding-up of plans to tackle air pollution. London’s proposals to clean up its air – that include charging motorcycles older than June 2007 £12.50 to enter the majority of the city – could be rolled out sooner than

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ULEZ proposals
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ULEZ proposals to charge motorcyclists to use roads within the London inner ring road will see bikers charged £12.50 to ride in the Capital. If you don’t live or never travel through London, this legislation still applies to you. 28 other local authorities are looking at introducing Clean Air Zones*

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acid attack
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A charity dinner event aims to raise money to support acid attack victims. Organisations from the #BikersUnited group, of which Biker & Bike is a member, are supporting a charity event being held to raise funds for survivors of acid attacks. MAG, We Ride London and others are backing an event

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help catch a motorbike thief
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A suspected motorbike thief has taunted police, “You’ll never find the owner.” We are asking the biking community to help find the owner and put the thief away. Before we get any further, please don’t write in asking us to help find your motorbike – that’s what the Stolen Motorbike

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Petrol station remove helmet
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Petrol stations that insist motorcyclists remove helmets before fuelling are facing a boycott by bikers. Tesco has found itself the latest target for fresh calls to boycott petrol stations that force bikers to remove their helmets before authorising fuel pumps. A hapless poster, complete with a misspelling of the word

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Police pursuit policy
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It has been confirmed that the NPCC, Home Office and other bodies have agreed to change legislation so appropriately trained police officers do not face prosecution when involved in the pursuit of criminals using vehicles. Biker & Bike has learnt that after a meeting described by an attendee as ‘productive’

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#BikersUnited protest ride
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Saturday 9th September sees what will hopefully be the largest protest ride yet against the motorcycle related crime epidemic. The aim of the ride is to get these messages across: It is not acceptable that ordinary commuting bikers should have to ride in fear of being bike-jacked. Motorcyclists should not

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Moped crime related to Henry Hicks case
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This harrowing call for action from a member of the public proves why everyone needs to get involved in the #BikersUnited protest ride on 9th September. The biking community is already very familiar with the damage being caused by moped gangs. But as this post by a Facebook user shows,

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Bike crime MPs parliament
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Protest ride outs and media coverage of the bike crime epidemic are great for creating awareness of the situation bikers find themselves in. However, only persuading policy and law makers to act can actually affect any real change. The good news is, it looks like they are listening. We’ve known

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#BikersUnited protest ride
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After another increase in violent attacks on motorcyclists in London, a number of biker’s interest groups have come together to hold the #BikersUnited protest ride in central London. The group, which includes Biker & Bike, has issued the following statement. “We represent the 1,000s of riders of motorcycles and scooters

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