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Motorcycles need to be part of core transport policies

The IHE Motorcycling Guidelines aim is to 'mainstream' motorcycles into core transport policy

Practical guidance for transportation professionals

The individual chapters within the Guidelines set out practical guidance for transportation professionals on providing a safer environment for motorcycles, mopeds and scooters.

Read the Motorcycling Guidelines on desktop, mobile and tablet

The IHE Motorcycling guidelines are separated into individual sections which can be read online or downloaded as PDF documents which can be shared, printed or saved to your device.

How to use this site

The IHE Motorcycling guidelines are separated into individual sections which can be read online or downloaded as PDF documents which can be shared, printed or saved to your device.

Each chapter is separated into unique pages with content split into sub pages. You can search for specific content using the search box in the top right hand side of each page, or browse each chapter using the menu system.

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Latest news

June 16, 2014
FirstBike magazine launched

A new magazine for young PTW riders has been launched. FirstBike magazine, produced by the publishers of the established FirstCar magazine for young drivers, is aimed at 16-25 year old non-enthusiast scooter, PTW and moped riders.

December 23, 2013
Two awards for SHARP helmet scheme

The DfT's safety helmet assessment and rating programme (SHARP) has won two prestigious road safety awards.

October 28, 2013
Eurorap publish 2013 results

New EuroRAP Report measures and maps the risk of death and serious injury road uses face on the British network where the majority of lives are lost - on motorways and 'A' roads outside cities.