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22-02-18 Khan’s bike tax will charge poorest workers £12.50 a day for ‘privilege of emptying his bin’

MAG is challenging the Mayor of London with three clear questions regarding ‘extraordinary and discriminatory claims about motorcycling in London.’ MAG has challenged London Mayor, Sadiq Khan, to justify ‘some of the biggest transport contradictions in London’s history’ – following what they feel is a ‘discriminatory’ plan to charge motorcyclists for using the eco-friendly option of powered two wheelers (PTWs). >

16-02-18 MAG announces new team member

MAG is pleased to announce that it has recruited a Director of Campaigns & Political Engagement. >

09-02-18 MAG gears up for Fred Hill Freedom rides

MAG has organised rides in memory of Fred Hill to take place this weekend. Fred Hill was born in 1909 and was a motorcycle dispatch rider during WWII. In later years he campaigned for a repeal of the helmet law and became famous for riding his motorcycle in a beret >

02-02-18 MAG rides back to Northern Ireland Motorcycle Show

MAG is attending the ‘EIKON’ Northern Ireland Motorcycle Festival again. After the success of their stand at last year’s event, MAG is back on the show circuit this weekend, from 2nd to 4th February 2018. >

30-01-18 MAG attends Trade Expo in Stoneleigh Park

MAG attended the Motorcycle Trade Expo in Stoneleigh Park in January 2018 to talk with the industry. The event focused on the motorcycle, scooter and ATV markets and is a business forum for industry professionals and decision-makers, with many international participants too. >

29-01-18 MAG comments on London Mayor’s summit with motorcycle manufacturers

Representatives from Honda, Suzuki, Yamaha, BMW and Piaggio were invited to meet with the Metropolitan Police, MOPAC, the Motorcycle Industry Association and Secure by Design at City Hall on 23rd January. >

16-01-18 MAG meets Transport Chair at Greater London Authority

The Motorcycle Action Group met the Chair of the Greater London Authority (GLA) Transport Committee, Keith Prince, to begin a serious dialogue about the future of motorcycling in London. >

02-01-18 MAG starts the New Year determined to make a difference

MAG is looking forward to driving the agenda for riders’ rights in 2018: here’s how. >

21-12-17 Wishing you all a Merry MAG Christmas

MAG ends 2017 by offering a huge ‘thank you’ to all of its members for their support during the year and wishing them many miles of happy riding in the year ahead. >

20-12-17 MAG looks back at 2017: a year of action and progress

MAG Chair, Selina Lavender, says she is delighted by how much progress MAG has made in recent years. >

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MAG is the representative voice of riders in Local and National government, because we are not aligned to ANY political party or ideology our independence makes it possible for politicians and officials to work with us.
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