Successful Fight Motorcycle Theft public meeting tour reaches London.
The first meeting for 2024 is probably the last before forthcoming elections for Police and Crime Commissioners on 2nd May.
The meeting panel will include Sophie Linden, Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime, a senior Metropolitan Police Officer and Motorcycle Industry Association CEO, Tony Campbell. Chairing the meeting will be MAG’s Director of Campaigns & Political Engagement, Colin Brown.
As with previous meetings, riders will be able to raise their concerns and ask questions related to the motorcycle theft taking place in Greater London. MAG research showed that in 2021 there were over 7000 reported thefts of motorcycles in the region. This equates to 6% of all registered motorcycles in London. Motorcycles are ten times more likely to be stolen than a car in the nation’s capital.
The venue at City Hall has limited capacity and, for security reasons, this will be a ticketed event.
Tickets are free and available here.
An option to attend virtually is being explored.
City Hall, Kamal Chunchie Way, London E16 1ZE