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Defective Bike - Dealership

Defective Bike – Dealership

04 Jul 2024

Nothing quite takes the shine off a new bike purchase than a fault appearing. I am sure we have all been there and some dealers are better than others at putting things right, but where do you stand legally?

Horsing Around

Horsing Around

27 Jun 2024

What happens if you get kicked off a bike by a horse? Well, since you asked…

Motorcycle Insurance, the law and modifications

Motorcycle Insurance, the law and modifications

20 Jun 2024

Ahh the age-old question about insurance and your motorcycle. What do you need to declare? Is it enough? Have you missed anything off, what should have been included? Is the bike under-insured? Can they void my policy?

Criminal and civil courts, and you...

Criminal and civil courts, and you…

13 Jun 2024

You would think a criminal conviction against a biker would automatically debar any successful civil claim. Oddly the answer is no, it would not.

Navigating Road Hazards

Navigating Road Hazards

06 Jun 2024

Spring is well and truly on us but the roads, sometimes, leave us wanting. A mild winter has prevented serious deterioration, but local authority budgets haven’t kept up with the required repairs. So, if you find yourself hitting a pothole, loose gravel, or a spillage this useful guide should tell you everything you need to […]

Biking not broken by Brexit

Biking not broken by Brexit

30 May 2024

Brexit may have brought some changes to biker’s lives but there’s one situation where the law, thankfully is still clear cut. And that’s in a certain situation for bikers in accidents abroad.

A European Trackday

A European Trackday

Thinking of doing a Euro trackday in the near future? Then you might want to read this…

When the Police drive recklessly

When the Police drive recklessly

23 May 2024

It is trite law, following the Court of Appeal decision in Nettleship v Weston that a learner driver owes the same duty of care as an experienced and skilled driver.

When the Met Police get involved

When the Met Police get involved

17 May 2024

It’s here! – the latest video in our Truth About Series goes live today at 4.30pm.

How a pillion affects your insurance premium

How a pillion affects your insurance premium

16 May 2024

My insurance is up for renewal. I am properly paranoid as I don’t trust them as far as I can throw them after they refused to pay out for a claim years ago when my old FZR600 got nicked.

Court for chap who taxed wrong bike

Court for chap who taxed wrong bike

09 May 2024

We are very fortunate and both I and my partner have a bike each in the garage (we bought matching MT-09s a few years ago).

A rainy motorway filtering fiasco

A rainy motorway filtering fiasco

02 May 2024

I had my missus on the back and was heading down the motorway on my Ducati Multistrada 1200 S. It is a big old red bike so there is absolutely no reason for someone not to see me.

Will I be compensated or not?

Will I be compensated or not?

25 Apr 2024

At the beginning of April, I decided to take my old FJR1200 to the supermarket as it got a huge top box and panniers. I loaded up the old girl with the essentials to get through lockdown i.e. bread, milk, eggs, beer etc. So far, so good.

The Perfect Day

The Perfect Day

19 Apr 2024

Does anyone remember this video? It’s of a Perfect Day and showed a biker out on his ride getting a helpful hand from road signs that told him exactly of the hazards and dangers ahead.

Brake Checked

Brake Checked

18 Apr 2024

Am I piddling into the wind with this one? I have gone to work in Manchester city centre pretty much every day for the last few years on my trusted Honda NC750X.

Hire bike hell...

Hire bike hell…

11 Apr 2024

Twelve months ago, I was filtering between lanes two and three on the M25. A van just pulled out from lane three into two and took me out.

Surf's up

Surf’s up

04 Apr 2024

I was taking my bike in for a service. On the way I ended up behind a VW campervan which appeared to have everything including the kitchen sink inside it, and two surfboards tied on top (subsequently I found out they were heading on a camping/surfing trip).

IAM Instructor Vs Lorry – who was at fault?

IAM Instructor Vs Lorry – who was at fault?

28 Mar 2024

I am an IAM instructor and have also done my ROSPA gold so I know how to ride and have great observational skills, even if I do say so myself.

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