In France in Villeneuve-le-Roi, a city near the Paris airport, is soon testing a so-called Noise Radar or noise protection camera. The technology registers the volume of passing vehicles. If the measurement exceeds a predetermined value, the camera takes a picture of the vehicle. France […weiter lesen]
Since 01. August 2019, the ban on burqa in the Netherlands has come into force. Even if one may think: “What has this news look for here?”, So the message concerns directly all motorcyclists. Burqa ban is only the name of the new law, officially, […weiter lesen]
Today, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) decided in Luxembourg on the planned car toll for Germany. An infrastructure tax was planned, which should be paid by all, German citizens, however, should get 100% back by a lower motor vehicle tax paid. German car toll […weiter lesen]
The civil court in Utrecht (Netherlands) ruled that the Hells Angels motorcycle club violated public order, was a danger to society, and that the club had a culture of violence. To protect society from this, a ban on the Hells Angels for the entire Netherlands […weiter lesen]
A motorcycle club in Italy is committed to underride protection Protests for underrun protection on crash barriers With a provocative photo, the Italian motorcycle club Safety Bikers PR protests against the fact that crash barriers are still being mounted on the edges of roads without […weiter lesen]
For years, Dainese and Alpinestars have been arguing about leather-suit airbags. Dainese accused Alpinestars of infringing their patent rights. Strictly speaking, the “Alpinestars Tech-Air-System” is said to be infringing on patents that Dainese owns and uses in her D-Air estate car. Patent dispute over leather […weiter lesen]
The tightened club-law in Germany has ensured that various motorcycle clubs are no longer allowed to wear their club logos. It is enough if individual chapters of a club were banned in order not to be allowed to carry the logo of the club all […weiter lesen]
France lowers the allowed speed limit on country roads
The Motorcycle Club Bandidos was banned in the Netherlands
When Santa goes on a criminal hunt. – but it should be a peaceful celebration.
Changes and partly new prices for the vignettes in Austria, Slovenia and Switzerland.
Halloween 2016, more than 100 bikers gathered in Leeds / England. They met in the Kirkstall Road, then drove together into the inner city, also through pedestrian zones, arcades and generally disturbed the traffic.
Norway introduced a new tax system and thus many motorcycles are virtually priceless.