The Motorcycle Industry Association (MCIA) has teamed up with the Metropolitan Police to talk to riders about their riding habits and approach to security.
Teenagers from across Bromley have been taking part in an ‘innovative and thought-provoking’ road safety programme – designed to highlight the consequences of dangerous driving.
A new survey suggests that 22% of cyclists no longer ride on busy roads due to the threat of ‘close passing’ – with 23% saying they experience this every time they cycle.
Stolen bicycles are being given to schools across Brent as part of a new council initiative to encourage the use of more sustainable forms of transport.
The City of London Corporation is consulting on a number of proposals to create safer and more pleasant streets and a better connected Square Mile.
Riders across London have the chance to win a share of £350 of motorcycle vouchers by answering a simple safety-related question.
More than 1,000 pupils from 42 schools in Hackney took to the borough’s streets on 28 June as part of an annual event to encourage more children to cycle.
London’s heatwave has helped encourage even more people to explore the Capital on two wheels, the latest Santander Cycle figures suggest.
A ‘world leading upgrade’ to the Capital’s road network management system will deliver £1bn of benefits by reducing delays for all road users by 2036, according to TfL.
Hounslow Council recently teamed up with the Met Police’s Motorcycle Safety Team to promote two safety and skills improvement courses for riders.