Just because the rain is here it doesn’t mean you need to leave the bike parked in the garage. Wet weather shouldn’t stop the fun and if you understand safe riding in the rain, there should be nothing to stop you from getting out there on the open road on your bike.
A Compulsory Basic Training (CBT) is a course that of professional motorcycle training and teaching of safe riding that needs to be completed by all new riders wanting to ride a moped or geared motorcycle. The Compulsory Basic Training (CBT) is the first legal thing you need to do before you ride a moped or […]
If you have passed your motorcycle licence you can complete the enhanced rider scheme, also known as ERS. This is a scheme that will look at your motorcycle safe riding skills before providing you with professional motorcycle training to help you improve your riding skills to better your safety on the road. There’s no test […]
If there is anything truly essential about riding a motorcycle—especially in the UK—it’s the pre-ride safety check. There are several aspects to this check, and here are the most important when it comes to safe riding. Motorcycle: Essential Tips for a Safe Ride 1) Brakes. Make sure you test your brakes before heading out. Get […]
When you picture carrying around a child on a motorcycle as a pillion rider, you might either cringe in horror, or delight in the idea of sharing your love of riding with him or her as you ride around London or other areas of the UK.
If you’ve just obtained your certification but have yet to see a rainy day, don’t worry, one will come around, especially when living in the UK. Rainy days are inevitable, and while you might have protective gear on that keeps you safe on dry days, knowing how to ride your motorcycle in the rain is […]
There is something you definitely need to remember before getting out there on the London roads: your health and safety equipment.
Riding a motorcycle is fun for many folks, and many do not limit their ride time to the summer, spring or fall. In fact, a motorbike may be their chief mode of transportation to and from their workplace, year round. Either they do not have an operable enclosed vehicle, or they prefer to save money […]