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19-03-15 AGC 2015, Saturday 11th April

This year’s Annual General Conference is being hosted by South West MAG Saturday 11th April 2015 at Bridgwater & Albion Rugby Football Club, Bridgwater, Somerset, TA6 4TZ. Booking in opens at 10am Saturday morning. AGC starts at 12:30. >

30-01-15 Date Change for the Yorkshire Pudding Rally 2015

It has been brought to our attention by the land owners of the site where we hold our rally that the Yorkshire Pudding date of 7-8-9 of August has been double booked with a wedding on the same date. >

27-01-15 Nick Sanders is coming BACK to Bridge

Nick Sanders, the self described motorcycle adventurer and 'ordinary man' is coming back to Bridge Motorcycles on Tuesday 3rd February at 7pm to continue his 'Ordinary Man Tour' >

13-01-15 North Kent MAG makes contact with local Councillor

North Kent MAG held a meeting in Rochester to discuss biking issues with senior local Councillor, Vince Maple. Vince is Labour Councillor for the Chatham South ward, and is well known for his ambition to increase the influence of Labour in the local authority >

12-01-15 Manchester bikers praise John Leech MP as Parliamentary ‘Champion for riders’ rights’

Manchester motorcyclists have applauded the work of local MP John Leech for his consistent and energetic efforts to stand up for their rights as road users in Greater Manchester. Mr Leech, MP for Manchester Withington and a member of the Motorcycle Action Group (MAG), attended the Manchester Ultimate Custom Show in Central Manchester to meet with key representatives of MAG. >

07-01-15 Department for Freedom of Choice?

A Government Minister has shone a welcome beam of liberty into proceedings, by rejecting the idea of compulsory high visibility clothing. Dan Jarvis, Shadow Minister of Justice and Labour MP for Barnsley Central, posed a 'Parliamentary Question' to the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Transport, Robert Goodwill MP. Jarvis >

27-11-14 The MAG Justice Campaign Fights on!

On Tuesday, MAG's Lembit Öpik, Director of Communications and Doug Smith, North Devon Rep, went to Exeter to support Bev Taylor in her meeting with the Crown Prosecution Service, regarding the death of her 19-year old son Greg who was killed by Niall Darvell while out on his bike with friends. >

26-11-14 Transport for London to impose charges for Motorcycles entering the ULEZ.

Transport for London (TFL) has an ongoing consultation regarding Ultra Low Emission Zones where vehicles which don't comply with certain Euro standards (Euro 3 for bikes) will be charged to enter those zones from 2020. >

22-10-14 More MAG Bus Lane Success in Sussex

In the Brighton bus lane trial which started in May of Last year, part of the A259 bus lane was outside Brighton City Council’s control, as it came under East Sussex County Council’s jurisdiction. >

07-10-14 AGC 2015 to be hosted by South West Region

Next year's AGC is to be hosted by MAG's South West Region. The meeting will start at 12:30pm on the 11th April 2015 at the Bridgewater & Albion Rugby Club, Bridgwater, Somerset, TA6 4TZ. >

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