On Two Wheels (O2W) is a ‘free pick-up’ motorcycle publication that is available via UK motorcycle dealers and motorcycle training schools (see O2W stockists). O2W is also regularly available at several of the main motorcycle shows. The purpose of O2W is to help new and returning riders to ‘get on two wheels’. Each issue has a wealth of rider tips, motorcycle safety advice, guidance on the various aspects of learning to ride a motorcycle, information for commuters, industry news, plus a range of useful motorcycle and product reviews. [latest edition]
Who writes O2W?
Along with a dedicated Editorial team and Staff Rider, O2W is written by a broad team of experienced motorcycle riders, trainers and industry professionals. O2W is published by Mortons Media Group, who have been publishing newspapers since 1885! Mortons publish a wide portfolio of specialist motorcycle publications and own a variety of UK motorcycle shows.
1. layer up This may seem like an obvious tip, but even experienced bikers are at risk! The cold winter air, compounded by wind-chill easily leads to rider fatigue, loss of concentration and safety issues. Avoid being caught-out by the cold – invest in thermal base layers and wear another thin layer over the top […]
Just as academic students often leave formal education to never read a book again – so new riders, on gaining their full motorcycle licence, will all too often make the mistake of not continuing to advanced levels of rider training. At VideoBiker we strongly suggest that this is an error in judgement. In most cases, […]
Where you look is where you go! Effective motorcycle observations are essential to our safety on two wheels and according to the statistics there is nearly always room for improvement, especially when considering that whilst us motorcyclists account for just 1% of road traffic, we make-up a disproportionate 25% of all reported accidents! Whether you […]
1. TRY BEFORE YOU BUY Lots of training schools offer taster sessions, which are designed to give a positive first-time experience of what it’s like to ride a motorcycle. Doing this with a qualified instructor is wise, as they will give bespoke and qualified advice on the best way forward. 2. RESEARCH Not all motorcycle […]
VideoBiker earns no commission in respect of this page or our affiliation with the On Two Wheels (O2W) publication. References to an opportunity to win ‘free’ advertising and editorial relate to the VideoBiker 2018/2019 prize draw, which is open to registered site users and Approved Training Bodies (ATB’s).