Lawyer rides to the rescue of bikers affected by NEA ban

Ms Luo Ling Ling, 34, who rides a Harley-Davidson to work, says she she is not affected by NEA's ban but her friends are. "I couldn't stand by and do nothing," says Ms Luo, who owns four bikes.
Ms Luo Ling Ling, 34, who rides a Harley-Davidson to work, says she she is not affected by NEA's ban but her friends are. "I couldn't stand by and do nothing," says Ms Luo, who owns four bikes.ST PHOTO: GAVIN FOO

Her firm is representing owners of motorcycles hit by move to phase out vehicles registered before 2003

An avid motorcyclist and lawyer is representing bike owners who are affected by a move to rid Singapore of older two-wheelers.

Ms Luo Ling Ling, 34, is a partner at RHTLaw Taylor Wessing, and rides a Harley-Davidson to work. She reached out to the biking community on Facebook after the National Environment Agency (NEA) announced in April that motorbikes registered before 2003 will be phased out by 2028.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on June 03, 2018, with the headline 'Lawyer rides to the rescue of bikers affected by NEA ban'. Print Edition | Subscribe