18-10-16 MAG supports the Great North West Motorcycle Festival
MAG has given its full support to a brand new family friendly event to be held at Blackpool's famous Winter Gardens.
11-10-16 MAG fuming about Emissions Zone charges
MAG has raised major concerns about a ridiculous new ‘tax on biking’ in the county’s capital city.
07-10-16 MAG gets backing over cycle lane issues in London and beyond
MAG has been backed in its calls for a rethink on London’s dash for more cycle lanes across the city, as anger over congestion, delays and pollution grows.
04-10-16 MAG submits autonomous views to House of Lords
MAG has submitted its views on the development of autonomous vehicle technology to the House of Lords, which has commenced a major review of the science and operation of self-driving vehicles.
29-09-16 MAG enters discussions on Manchester transport policy
MAG has become a contributor in the consultation in Manchester into what the city’s transport arrangements should look like in 25 years.
23-09-16 MAG steps up to address London bike thefts
MAG is increasing its intervention in the worsening bike theft epidemic in the country’s capital, following the death of rider Ricky Hayden.
19-09-16 MAG develops Northern Ireland bike agenda with officials
MAG has commenced serious talks with the Northern Ireland Assembly Department for Infrastructure on a strategic approach to biking in the transport mix.
07-09-16 MAG meets NECA in biking summit
MAG has met with the North East Combined Authority (NECA) to ensure that riders’ interests are included in the strategic plans of the Authority from the outset.
26-08-16 BMF & MAG joint statement on Cycle Lane Light Segregation Devices
To remove any doubt regarding how seriously concerned the Motorcycle Action Group (MAG) and the British Motorcyclists Federation (BMF) are regarding the use of ‘light segregation’ devices on our roads, the organisations have issued this joint statement:
25-08-16 Police and MAG take sting out of Kent biking
The Motorcycle Action Group (MAG), the UK’s leading voice for riders’ rights, met Kent police to resolve a dispute about the use of ‘stingers’ in Kent
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