Motorcycle Law Scotland is committed to working with a whole variety of different motorcycle clubs, motorcycle dealers, motorcycle training schools, motorcycle campaigns, groups, associations and National organisations like BMF and MAG. We believe that our involvement at grassroots level demonstrates our passion for motorcycling and this is key to gaining trust from all parties within the Scottish motorcycle community.
As part of our commitment to motorcycling in Scotland, we are providing sponsorship to two of Scotland’s most exciting motorcycle racers –Team Tasker’s Sammi and Andrew Tasker, up and coming young stars of the Scottish race scene who are contesting the Scottish Championships in the 600 Supertstock and Superbikes classes respectively. Read more about them here >>>
Motorcycle Law Scotland is well known and has involvement with many motorcycle clubs across Scotland. We are happy to come to club meetings or gatherings and present on "Road Traffic Collisions and Civil Law". A copy of the kind of presentation can be found here >>>
Motorcycle Law Scotland is well known to most, if not all, of the Scottish Motorcycle dealers. You should find our literature and also our Legal Expense Protection cards available. If your motorcycle is damaged as part of a non-fault collision, we will try and ensure that your local Scottish dealer repairs your bike (if repairable) as opposed to the bikes being recovered and taken south of the Border.
Good training is essential not just for those who are venturing onto a motorcycle for the first time, it is just as important for those who are returning to motorcycling after a few years away or indeed for those who want to improve their riding skills such as cornering. Motorcycle Law Scotland believes that you can never stop learning and should be striving to become better in all aspects of rider dynamics, technique and ultimately control of your motorcycle.
Around the Corner
In addition, we’re proud to support Around The Corner, the motorcycle safety campaign which provides motorcyclists across Scotland with potentially life-saving advice and information, and Breast Way Round, the Scottish charity run by female motorcyclists which raises funds for Macmillan Cancer Support by holding regular bike rides.
Don't Risk it
Dont Risk It Motorbikes
A new campaign launched on 17th April by the Scottish Government and Road Safety Scotland. The campaign objectives are:-
- to contribute to a significant reduction in motorbike casualties across Scotland
- to motivate attitudinal and behavioural change regarding safe motorbike riding
- to support Police Scotland motorbikes enforcement activity
The Riders Branch - The Royal British Legion Scotland
The mission of War-Torn Troops Remembered (WTTR) is to encourage bikers to join together to show their appreciation for the sacrifice made by our Service personnel, as well as showing support for their families. We must also remember those left with life changing injuries incurred during service.
Its main fundraising event will take place on Sunday 13th October 2013 but they will also be attending other events throughout the year when there will be opportunities to fundraise for its chosen charity, remembering that Today's Heroes are Tomorrow's Veterans.
WTTR is a diverse amalgamation of riders from across Scotland. Apart from being bikers, they also have the utmost respect for those who risk their lives in the service of their country and for their families.
Breast Way Round
Motorcycle Law Scotland is a keen supporter of Breast Way Round and its core objectives which are to:-
Raise money for MacMillan Cancer Support
Raise the profile of female bikers
Have fun and be part of something great