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19-02-19 MAG asks for clarification on Sadiq’s ”Scrap for Cash” scheme

In a flurry of Valentine’s Day media, Sadiq Khan announced that he plans to double his “Scrap for Cash” polluting vehicle fund, stating that the “£48 million combined scheme will help scrap older vans for the capital’s micro-business owners and help low-income Londoners scrap older cars”. MAG asks “Will the Mayor extend the love by confirming that the fund will also assist the owners of older motorcycles?” >

14-02-19 MAG holds talks with United Nations on environment

MAG has held its first meeting with the United Nations Environment Department to create a shared policy framework in relation to the role of motorcycles and the environmental agenda for transport. >

18-01-19 Help us catch a potential road killer

MAG is offering up to £1,000 to catch a potential road killer. MAG has announced a £1,000 reward for information leading to the successful prosecution of the individual responsible for a 'hit & run' incident near the Squires Café Bar in North Yorkshire, where a car driver left a seriously injured motorcyclist, Matthew Ramsden, lying on the road with his damaged motorcycle. >

17-01-19 MAG to work with the United Nations on transport policy

MAG will be working in partnership with the United Nations on motorcycling’s role in global transport policy. MAG has received communication from the United Nations Environment Department, expressing their eagerness to work with the Motorcycle Action Group on promoting modal shift towards powered two and three wheelers. >

10-01-19 MAG praises MP’s hard line against dangerous drivers

MAG has welcomed the tough position expressed by Conservative MP Peter Heaton-Jones regarding the sentencing of dangerous drivers. MAG’s Regional Representative in the South West, Tracy Smith, has received a welcome boost to the campaign for justice against potential killer drivers, whose actions risk the safety of other road users - including motorcyclists. >

08-01-19 How ‘NICE’ is advice on road planning?

MAG questions why a health group is venturing into the complex world of road planning - and perhaps missing the point of our roads. >

04-01-19 MAG, ULEZ and exemption of older motorcycles

Update on: Honda, BMW, Kawasaki, Suzuki, Yamaha, Harley Davidson, KTM, Lexmoto, Aprilia, Husqvarna, Moto Guzzi, Piaggio, Royal Enfield, Triumph, Norton, Gilera, Vespa. >

02-01-19 MAG starts the New Year determined to build on successes

MAG is looking forward to continuing to build on the good work achieved during 2018. MAG is ready to continue defending riders’ rights and to contribute to the decision-making processes at national and local government levels. >

20-12-18 MAG praises tolls precedent at Severn Bridges

MAG has welcomed the ‘kept promise’ of removing all tolls from the Severn Bridge crossings, after 52 years of charges. >

30-11-18 MAG meets Mayor Khan: and it’s good news

MAG has held a long-awaited meeting with Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan. The result of the exchange gives room for optimism amongst the motorcycling community. >

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