Home Menu Search

Guidelines Updated

14 July 2014

The IHE has launched this revised version of its motorcycling guidelines in a new multi-platform website.

The award-winning guidelines have been updated from the 2005 version and set out practical guidance for transportation professionals on providing a safer environment for motorcycles, mopeds and scooters.

The new guidelines reflect both changes in policy and advances in technology and knowledge since 2005.

They are designed to give industry professionals greater awareness of the specific safety needs of powered two-wheelers and look at effective ways to improve rider safety.  

Related news, events and information

Karen Cole receives third award nomination

21 October 2015 – Karen Cole, Director of Training for the Motorcycle Industry Association (MCIA), has been shortlisted for a...

Realising the Motorcycling Opportunity

23 November 2016 – The government owned company will join the National Police Chiefs' Council (NPCC) and the Motorcycle Industry...

New THINK! motorcycle safety toolkit

30 March 2016 – As part of its motorcycling campaign which will run from March - September, THINK! has produce a new motorcycle...

Improving moped and motorcycle training

5 January 2017 – The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) has launched a consultation asking for views on proposals to...

Concern over rise on motorcycle casualties

29 March 2016 – It is not just in Britain that there is increased concern over motorcycle casualties. In Australia, more than a...

New Academy course will help companies manage road safety at work

15 May 2017 – Story from RoadSafety GB. Following a successful pilot, Road Safety GB Academy has unveiled a new course...