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France: compulsory reflective clothing suspended

Reflective strapGood news for riders in France: the new French Interior Minister, Manuel Valls, has decided to suspend the forthcoming obligation for all riders (whether residents or visitors) to wear at least 150cm2 of reflective clothing between the waist and the shoulders. Bikers who were caught not wearing the appropriate reflective clothing from 1st January 2013 would have been liable to a 68 euros fine payable on the spot and two points taken off their licence.

The battle has been very long for the bikers to achieve such a good result. Despite national demonstrations gathering over 100,000 bikers and bringing the whole country to a complete stop, the previous Interior Minister, Claude Guéant, refused to abandon the proposals. Guéant initially proposed the compulsory wear of reflective jackets and, with the enormous pressure he was put under by thousands of angry bikers who kept blocking the roads all over the country, he decided to back off and restrict the reflective clothing to only 150cm2

Manuel Valls, French Interior Minister

Manuel Valls, French Interior Minister

between the waist and the shoulders. But this was not good enough – the bikers demanded full scrapping of the proposals, which Guéant refused to accept. Manuel Valls (right), Guéant’s successor following the recent elections, seems to be more reasonable and has now accepted to listen to the bikers’ concerns and suspended his predecessor’s proposals. Unfortunately, suspend does not mean scrap – the proposals will be reviewed in detail before Valls may decide to scrap them once for good.

This is one of the most laughable and absurd pieces of legislation we have ever heard of because a) reflective clothing is precisely not reflective during day light, b) it is already compulsory to ride with headlights turned on which makes riders clearly visible and c) those who ride machines of up to 125cc would have been exempt from wearing reflective clothing on the grounds that they don’t ride a powerful enough bike to be considered dangerous on the roads! Let’s not forget that a very large number of motorcyclists who ride a moped or a 125cc bike are precisely those who don’t hold a full motorcycle licence and have only attended at the very most a one-off 7 hour training course all together. But, as usual, bikers who ride larger machines are always the ones who cause most concern to the government because they have been much better trained than every other biker!

Whilst it makes perfect sense to educate bikers to be more visible on the roads to minimise the risk of collisions resulting from car drivers not seeing them, it also makes sense to educate car drivers, including taxi drivers, to share the roads with bikers and make them realise that they don’t own the roads. Why are car drivers not forced to apply a yellow sticker at the back (and front) of their vehicle to make it more visible? Why are riders and drivers not treated equally on the roads and, more importantly, why are bikers being constantly treated as irresponsible and rogue citizens? Statistics show that the vast majority of road accidents involving motorcyclists are caused by car drivers not paying attention to what’s around them, including the presence of bikers. So instead of imposing radical and useless measures on the bikers and treat them like children, governments had better address road related issues by implementing training and safety awareness sessions for all, not always and constantly victimise the bikers.

Whilst bikers in France are delighted to hear the good news, the battle is not yet totally over. Manuel Valls has yet to review and consider his predecessor’s proposals in detail before he makes his final decision, which will hopefully be the full scrapping of these proposals. Meanwhile, the French Federation of Angry Bikers – FFMC (Fédération Française des Motards en Colère) continues to put the government under pressure to achieve the desired full scrapping of the proposals. Bikers prefer to be given the option of wearing reflective clothing and not be told to do so.

For those of you who understand French, here is a short video of Manuel Valls announcing the suspension of compulsory reflective clothing pending full critical review of the proposals and France Wolf of the FFMC who expresses her gratitude for Valls’s latest decision.

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Si vous habitez en France et souhaitez participer aux manifestations contre la proposition du gouvernement d’introduire un controle technique pour les 2 roues motorises ansi que de continuer a empecher la circulation inter files pour les motocyclistes dans les embouteillages, contactez la Fédération Française des Motards en Colère (FFMC).

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Prince Charles on a motorbike

Have you ever seen a member of the British Royal Family sitting on a motorbike? Well, Prince Charles has obviously broken the record by sitting on a Harley-Davidson motorbike for a spin during a recent charity event with the Royal British Legion Riders Branch to raise £1 million in just one day across London.

Could the Prince of Wales become the Prince of Bikes?

This event formed part of a wider charity initiative run by the Royal British Legion during the Poppy Appeal to raise a total of £42 million (up £2 million compared with last year) to carry out vital work such as, for instance, life-long care to the families of the armed forces who find themselves in need.

Let’s hope that they managed to raise as much money as they had hoped for, although we would have loved to see Prince Charles go for a ride!

Further reading – Prince of Wheels: Charles takes a Harley Davidson for a spin

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Si vous habitez en France et souhaitez participer aux manifestations contre la proposition du gouvernement d’introduire un controle technique pour les 2 roues motorises ansi que de continuer a empecher la circulation inter files pour les motocyclistes dans les embouteillages, contactez la Fédération Française des Motards en Colère (FFMC).

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Paris plans to ban bikes older than 10 years

Bertrand Delanoë

Betrand Delanoë (left), the current Mayor of Paris, has this week announced plans to ban all motorbikes and scooters from Paris if they are older than 10 years. Proposals, if accepted by the Paris Council, will come into force in 2014, thus banning all motorcycles manufactured in 2004 and before.

Delanoë believes that banning older bikes from the French capital, together with cars older than 17 years, would significantly cut pollution as a result of the reduced traffic on the Paris roads. This supercedes plans from the previous French Minister for Ecology, Nathalie Kosciusko-Morizet, who had also put forward proposals to ban older motorbikes and scooters from city centres across the nation in an attempt to improve the quality of the air that French citizens breathe outside their home. Although the new Minister for Ecology, Delphine Batho, has decided to put the stupid proposals of her predecessor to bed, the Mayor of Paris has put forward the same proposals again.

Delanoë not only intends to ban older motorcycles from central Paris but also from the immediate surburbs surrounding the French capital. He also proposes to force all vehicles to limit their speed at 30kms per hour (18 miles per hour) in the city, again in an attempt to cut pollution.

Needless to say that Delanoë’s proposals are being heavily criticised, not only among the motorcycling community, but also among the wider community who argue that motorcycles are the solution to traffic and pollution issues in large cities such as Paris. Motorcycles dot not cause a problem, they in fact save substantial road space, alleviate traffic, pollution and parking space thanks to their minuscule size compared with cars, lorries, coaches and buses. It’s also been demonstrated several times that the Carbon Footprint of a motorcycle is much lower than that of a car, even in the case of an older motorcycle.

These older scooters will be banned from Paris if the proposals put forward by Bertrand Delanoë go ahead.

The social impact of the proposals also represent a major concern. Motorcycles represent a cheaper mode of transport for many individuals with financial difficulties, who cannot necessarily afford the ever increasing cost of the public transport and/or enjoying the use of a car. Banning older motorcycles from Paris would imply the scrapping of hundreds of motorbikes and scooters whilst their owners would not necessarily be able to afford replacements.

Delanoë will officially present his ridiculous plans on 12 November and one can only hope that the Paris Council will see sense and reject them. If not, you can rest assured that the most famous and well respected Fédération Française des Motards en Colère – FFMC – (French Federation of Angry Bikers) will put considerable pressure on Delanoë to abandon his plans by organising enormous protests that will bring Paris to a complete standstill over and over again until the Mayor sees sense and puts his proposals to bed. Why not click here to see for yourself what the FFMC is able to do by gathering more than 15,000 bikers to gridlock the city and bring complete misery for hours!

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If you’re based in France and want to take part in the fight against the Government’s proposed introduction of a compulsory annual environmental and road safety test for motorcycles and their continued policy to ban motorcyclists from filtering through traffic, then contact the Fédération Française des Motards en Colère (FFMC – French Federation of Angry Bikers).

Si vous habitez en France et souhaitez participer aux manifestations contre la proposition du gouvernement d’introduire un controle technique pour les 2 roues motorises ansi que de continuer a empecher la circulation inter files pour les motocyclistes dans les embouteillages, contactez la Fédération Française des Motards en Colère (FFMC).

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Motorbikes and scooters put on fire in central Paris

Since May 2012, the French capital has been the scene of motorbikes and scooters being put on fire for a reason that is still unknown. About 100 riders so far have turned up at their usual parking spot in the morning on their way to work to find ashes replacing their machines.

Although the reason for the on-going fires remains unknown at the time of writing, the local authorities seem to believe that it is highly likely to be criminal in nature. Would it be because of the high number of motorised two wheelers in circulation in Paris that a group of other road users would have decided to take criminal action against the bikers in an attempt to reduce the number of bikes in the French capital? It is true that in Paris, the number of motorbikes and scooters is probably more than three times higher than in the British capital that is only located 300 kilometers (188 miles) further north, and where we have yet to see such activities taking place.

Whilst the local police is making every effort to try and find the exact cause of the fires and the individuals responsible for them, around hundred riders now have to rely on the Parisian public transport to get to and back from work until claims have been processed by their insurance and financial compensation has been granted.

The fires have given rise to a lot of concern and anxiety among the motorcycling community in Paris with riders getting up in the middle of the night to check that their machines are still in one piece. Bikers who are lucky enough to benefit from an indoors parking spot are willing to share it with other riders living in the same area. Solidarity between bikers in such circumstances is always very well appreciated.

We now leave you with a short video of the on-going tragic events.

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Si vous habitez en France et souhaitez participer aux manifestations contre la proposition du gouvernement d’introduire un controle technique pour les 2 roues motorises ansi que de continuer a empecher la circulation inter files pour les motocyclistes dans les embouteillages, contactez la Fédération Française des Motards en Colère (FFMC).

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Please join and support the campaign to stop Westminster Council from stealth taxing motorcyclists to park before their scheme spreads all over the UK and the rest of Europe. For further details, visit http://www.notobikeparkingtax.com/

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The Carbon Footprint of Motorcycles

As mentioned in a previous post, Nathalie Kosciusko-Morizet and other green party activists were trying to get motorcycles and cars manufactured before 2004 banned from city centres in France. Luckily, Ms. Kosciusko-Morizet has now moved on and her replacement, Delphine Batho, under the immense pressure of the very famous and well respected French Federation of Angry Bikers (FFMC – Fédération Française des Motards en Colère), has decided to put an end to her predecessor’s ludicrous proposals. Bikers, however, are never fully protected from legislators who keep trying to push through such invasive laws, whether in France or the United Kingdom. A part of our argument against motorbikes and scooters being accused to be environmentally unfriendly needs to be that there’s not much conclusive evidence that motorcycles are actually more detrimental to the environment than cars manufactured after 2004 are.

In fact, motorcycles have numerous environmentally-friendly advantages over most cars, including even hybrid cars. Here are some of the many eco-friendly qualities motorbikes boast:

1. Motorcycles are considerably more fuel efficient than most cars. For instance, the average 100cc commuter motorcycle gets over a hundred miles per gallon (mpg). Even a supersport motorcycle, which isn’t designed to be fuel-efficient gets around 40 mpg, which is around as many mpg as many cars that are considered outstandingly eco-friendly get.

2. Fewer natural resources are required to produce a motorcycle than are required to produce other types of vehicles. Think about it. Even the biggest motorcycle requires fewer parts to make than small cars require.

3. Motorcycles create less carbon dioxide than cars because they burn fuel more efficiently. Since carbon dioxide emissions could be argued to be the primary cause of global warming, this is significant. Some will assert that motorcycles produce more smog pollutants than cars, which is often true. However, the addition of catalytic converters to motorcycles solves this problem. Since the 1990s, an increasing number of motorcycles have been built with catalytic converters, which convert carbon monoxide, nitrogen oxides, and hydrocarbons into carbon dioxide, water, and nitrogen and thus allow motorcycles to contribute less to air pollution.

The eco-friendly perks of motorcycles mentioned above are just some of the reasons anti-motorcycle legislation lacks credence. We need to have a serious discussion about the impact of a motorcycle ban like the one that was proposed by Nathalie Kosciusko-Morizet, and lawmakers need to listen to our side of the story.

Motorcycles definitely have a carbon footprint, but so do all motorised vehicles. The nickel batteries used in many hybrid cars, for instance, have an incredibly detrimental effect on the environment. To produce hybrid car batteries, nickel first has to be harvested (which takes a toll on the environment), and then that nickel has to be sent to refineries and manufacturers around the world to be turned into a battery. Once a nickel battery ends up in a landfill after years of use, the damage it does to the environment continues.

There’s no way around it. Using any kind of vehicle isn’t necessarily eco-friendly. As responsible motorcyclists, we need to figure out ways to reduce the environmental impact of how we get around. This could mean riding our motorcycles less and walking more often, for instance. Still, we depend on our motorbikes to get us to work and for enjoyment.

There’s nothing better than riding up on your motorcycle to your favorite café in the city centre on a beautiful night. Politicians shouldn’t deny us that pleasure. They should, instead, be focused on helping manufacturers figure out ways to craft more environmentally-friendly motorcycles to provide motorbike riders with more sustainable options in the future.

Stacy Holmes is a motorbike enthusiast, mother, and freelance writer for motorcycleinsurance.com and other motorcycle sites and blogs. When she’s not riding around on her Sportster, Stacy likes to spend her time writing about her adventures on the open road.

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If you’re based in France and want to take part in the fight against the Government’s proposed introduction of a compulsory annual environmental and road safety test for motorcycles and their continued policy to ban motorcyclists from filtering through traffic, then contact the Fédération Française des Motards en Colère (FFMC – French Federation of Angry Bikers).

Si vous habitez en France et souhaitez participer aux manifestations contre la proposition du gouvernement d’introduire un controle technique pour les 2 roues motorises ansi que de continuer a empecher la circulation inter files pour les motocyclistes dans les embouteillages, contactez la Fédération Française des Motards en Colère (FFMC).

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Please join and support the campaign to stop Westminster Council from stealth taxing motorcyclists to park before their scheme spreads all over the UK and the rest of Europe. For further details, visit http://www.notobikeparkingtax.com/

Rejoignez le groupe de manifestants contre le stationnement payant des motocyclistes a Westminster avant que cela ne se propage dans le reste du Royaume-Uni et l’Union Europeenne. Pour plus d’informations, consultez http://www.notobikeparkingtax.com/

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French bikers protest at proposed European road worthiness test

The European Union (EU) has recently come up with proposals to force all motorbikes and scooters to go through a compulsory road worthiness test in all 27 member states. Such test is already compulsory for bikes in some EU countries such as the United Kingdom (the test there is called MOT), but the objective of the EU is to make it compulsory and universal across the board.

Motorbikes and scooters are currently exempt from road worthiness tests in France but the most powerful and respected French motorcycle pressure group called Fédération Française des Motards en Colère – FFMC (French Federation of Angry Bikers) is radically opposed to any proposals that consist of introducing a road worthiness test for bikes in France. Statistics clearly show that the main cause of accidents involving motorcycles is due to four wheels motorised drivers not paying attention to road traffic conditions and not looking into their mirrors. A minor percentage of motorcycle accidents are due to technical (worthiness) issues directly relating to the motorbikes or scooters involved.

Thousands of French bikers, together with a large number of other EU motorcyclists, are planning a series of massive protests outside the European Parliament in Strasbourg and the European Commission in Brussels. “We will not tolerate for a minute to be the victims of non-sense and money grabbing policies imposed on us by the EU without sound justification when our own domestic legislation exempts motorcycles from road worthiness tests” reports an angry French biker who also happens to be one of our readers. “This is not acceptable and we have a right to say NO to the EU”, the same angry French biker continues.

Meanwhile, in the United Kingdom, hundreds of bikers also continue to express their anger at the same EU proposals as, although motorcycles are subject to road worthiness/safety tests under British domestic law, the proposals made by the EU would have a significant impact on how the tests would need to be carried out in the UK.

As a first step at expressing their anger, a number of French bikers, under the supervision of the French pressure group FFMC, gathered outside the offices of a company called DEKRA (located just outside Paris) on Thursday 20 September 2012 at 11.30am local time. According to the bikers, DEKRA has had a very strong influence towards the EU with regards to the proposed introduction of road worthiness tests. DEKRA are believed to have prepared and published a series of studies to justify the introduction of the proposed road worthiness test for motorcycles across the European Union.  

The angry bikers left a bit of a mess behind them!

The bikers, without prior notice, turned up at DEKRA offices and parked their motorbikes in front of the main doors, thus completely blocking access to the building. At the same time, the same bikers threw eggs, oil and flour all over the windows and doors of the building whilst DEKRA employees were watching the scene horrified. A lorry also unloaded a ton of gravel just outside the DEKRA main reception lobby and the FFMC left its flag standing in the middle of the mass of gravel.

One ton of gravel was unloaded just outside DEKRA offices!

It would appear that the introduction of a road worthiness test for motorcycles across the EU would generate a massive 1.5 billion euros per annum, so no doubt why the EU, with the help of DEKRA, is so keen to impose such measure. We all know that these proposals are a simple way to generate extra income and the bikers are just fed up with being treated like cash cows.

According to the FFMC, this is only an “avant-goût”, i.e. one of the many protests that French bikers are planning ahead to force the EU politicians to abandon their proposals at their earliest convenience. Today, 30,000 bikers are protesting across France, Ireland, Finland and other EU states to oppose the proposed road worthiness test for motorbikes and scooters. The bikers’ war against these EU proposals is far from over!

We now leave you with a short video that will show you the sequence of events that made up the first of a series of protests in France against the introduction of a road worthiness test across the EU.

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Si vous habitez en France et souhaitez participer aux manifestations contre la proposition du gouvernement d’introduire un controle technique pour les 2 roues motorises ansi que de continuer a empecher la circulation inter files pour les motocyclistes dans les embouteillages, contactez la Fédération Française des Motards en Colère (FFMC).

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Please join and support the campaign to stop Westminster Council from stealth taxing motorcyclists to park before their scheme spreads all over the UK and the rest of Europe. For further details, visit http://www.notobikeparkingtax.com/

Rejoignez le groupe de manifestants contre le stationnement payant des motocyclistes a Westminster avant que cela ne se propage dans le reste du Royaume-Uni et l’Union Europeenne. Pour plus d’informations, consultez http://www.notobikeparkingtax.com/

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Speed cameras also used for directions in France

A fair proportion of road users try to locate radars (speed cameras) by surfing the internet in the hope to find websites that show their exact location. Well, you may no longer need to do this if you ride your motorcycle in France as it would appear that some people are keen to disclose their location alongside the road to attract fellow road users into their shops or restaurants. With the current economic downturn, why not find alternative ways to boost your business?

One of our readers has recently come across an advertisement alongside the road that says below the restaurant name “1st junction after the radar” (see photo on the left). Now this is a really smart way of attracting customers into your business, isn’t it? Not only drivers avoid getting caught by the speed camera by being warned of its presence but also they can enjoy a nice French meal on the money they have saved by not being caught overspeeding.

Radars have become a real and serious business in France with 630 million euros worth of income for the government in 2011 through 13 million pictures of car drivers and motorcycle riders across the country (up 1 million compared with 2010). The government predicts to make 700 million euros in 2012 with an additional 400 machines installed and 324 million euros already cashed in between 1st January and 30th June. One radar on its own located on the A41 between Annecy and Geneva brings to the government 22 million euros worth of income per annum with 462 pictures of overspeeding road users per day. This is even getting worse with the new “segment radars” where a series of cameras are installed on the same road and across a certain distance to calculate the average speed of a driver or rider rather than simply flash them at a specific location.

The new French socialist government is desparate for money and is keen to do whatever they can to fill in the coffers. Catching drivers and riders overspeeding by increasing the number of speed cameras on the roads is one thing but the government is also looking to find ways to increase taxes (and implement new taxes) wherever they possibly can. So those who are keen to boost their business can use advertising in a smart way like this particular restaurant.

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If you’re based in France and want to take part in the fight against the Government’s proposed introduction of a compulsory annual environmental and road safety test for motorcycles and their continued policy to ban motorcyclists from filtering through traffic, then contact the Fédération Française des Motards en Colère (FFMC – French Federation of Angry Bikers).

Si vous habitez en France et souhaitez participer aux manifestations contre la proposition du gouvernement d’introduire un controle technique pour les 2 roues motorises ansi que de continuer a empecher la circulation inter files pour les motocyclistes dans les embouteillages, contactez la Fédération Française des Motards en Colère (FFMC).

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Please join and support the campaign to stop Westminster Council from stealth taxing motorcyclists to park before their scheme spreads all over the UK and the rest of Europe. For further details, visit http://www.notobikeparkingtax.com/

Rejoignez le groupe de manifestants contre le stationnement payant des motocyclistes a Westminster avant que cela ne se propage dans le reste du Royaume-Uni et l’Union Europeenne. Pour plus d’informations, consultez http://www.notobikeparkingtax.com/

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