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Motorcycling and climate change – a view from across the pond

By Bill Shaw, member of MOA I recently read several online editorials about how motorcycles produce significantly more greenhouse hydrocarbons, nitrogen oxides and carbon monoxide than cars do. One article in particular, replete with supporting data, suggests that bikes create…

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Green Biking an update on the tree planting project

Plant a tree save the planet ‘IT’S UNEQUIVOCAL’ The recent Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report states it is unequivocal;  Human activity is changing the Earth’s climate in ways “unprecedented” in thousands or hundreds of thousands of years, with…

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Producing electric motorbikes – who is doing what?

The current progress with fully electric cars or hybrid electric cars over the last five years is very impressive and there is sufficient information coming forward to suggest that during the next five to ten years, considerable progress will be…

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Green Biking

The media team has introduced a new area to the Oxford section website called Green Biking. This is to do with the environment rather than biking in green lanes! Global warming is now widely accepted as a man-made problem and…

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Shell GO+ Revisited: Carbon Offsetting and COVID-19?

Hopefully we will be nearing the end of the latest COVID-19 lockdown restrictions soon and some motorcycling will be possible again, just in time for the better weather! The COVID-19 pandemic is reckoned to be the worst disaster for the…

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