French plans for compulsory high-visibility motorcycle clothing have been withdrawn.
French government had proposed making riders wear at least 150 square-centimetres of reflective material.
The plans have been shelved after it emerged they were in breach of an EU directive.
The U-turn also follows protests by French riders.
A spokesman for the Motorcycle Action Group said the government appeared to have “acknowledged the protests from riders and that there really isn't any basis for the move."
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