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30-06-16 Birmingham bikers celebrate all that is good about motorcycling

Every year the West Midlands branch of The Motorcycle Action Group holds a demonstration ride in Birmingham. This year marks the 40th running of this annual event which has become a bit of an institution. >

27-06-16 Blanket ban on pre-1999 bikes in Paris ‘makes no logical sense:’ MAG

The Motorcycle Action Group (MAG) has hit out against Paris authorities which have announced plans to outlaw all motorcycles manufactured before June 1 1999 between 8am and 8pm from the city. >

16-06-16 Northamptonshire County Council – first in UK to promote modal shift towards motorcycles

The Motorcycle Action Group has praised Northamptonshire County Council as the first in the UK to actively pursue modal shift from cars to motorcycles. This strategy has been a cornerstone of MAG’s policy position, as outlined in its Pathways to Progress document >

15-06-16 MAG invites you to Farmyard’s 30th Birthday

The Motorcycle Action Group is celebrating the 30th birthday of its famous Farmyard Party this weekend (Friday 17th June to Sunday 19th June) in the North of England, and has invited members and non-members to attend and share the unique experience of this mass gathering of motorcyclists from around the UK. >

14-06-16 Motorcycle Action Group (MAG) Director Neil Liversidge to stand down

MAG has announced that one of the leading campaigners for motorcyclist's rights, Neil Liversidge, is resigning as Director of the organisation. >

01-06-16 MAG makes Headway in Harlow

A meeting between MAG's Director of Communications and Public Affairs, Lembit Opik, members of Harlow Council and the Essex Police went ahead as planned last Friday >

27-05-16 MAG meets with Harlow Council Officials

MAG will today meet with key figures in Harlow to further discuss the ambiguously worded injunction published last week >

26-05-16 Harlow Injunction C00CM435

MAG has been and continues to liaise with Harlow Council officials in connection with the issue of an injunction designed to address anti social behaviour by a minority of local motorcyclists. >

23-05-16 Harlow Council gets injunction to stop motor bike gatherings

MAG have been in touch with council this morning, the injunction is an attempt to kerb anti-social behaviour not to ban riders from the town. >

18-05-16 Ride to Work Week spotlights those who #commutehappy

Ride to Work Week 2016 is on between Monday 20th and Sunday 26th June. The campaign aims to raise the profile of commuting by motorcycle or scooter and to highlight the main benefits >

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