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15-06-18 MAG encourages all bikers to ride to work

The third week of June is national Ride to Work week, which is run by the Motorcycle Industry Association and calls on all riders to try commuting to work on their bikes. MAGís Director of Campaigns & Political Engagement, Colin Brown, is encouraging leisure riders to grasp the opportunity and support the initiative to #CommuteHappy. >

08-06-18 Off-road racing and riding could be banned unless YOU act

MAG has backed the Motor Cycle Industry Associationís attack on a European Commission edict that could end motorcycle sport. MAG is urgently appealing to riders across the UK to contact their Member of Parliament and help prevent the effective banning of competitive, off-road riding of all kinds in the United Kingdom. >

29-05-18 MAG cautiously optimistic on Silvertown Tunnel charging ruling

MAG has been assessing the decision by the Secretary of State for Transport over the Silvertown Tunnel proposal in London. The applicant, Transport for London (TfL), had proposed high charges for bikers and these have been challenged by MAG. >

11-05-18 MAG says fond farewell to Val Shawcross

MAG has expressed its gratitude for the progress made during the tenure of Londonís Deputy Mayor for Transport, Val Shawcross, who has announced her decision to stand down from the post. >

30-04-18 Last chance to pre-book tickets as MAG revs up for a party with a purpose

MAG is gearing up for its annual Into the Valley rally, one of several key fund-raising events that take place during the year. The Into the Valley rally takes place this weekend of 4th Ė 6th May and time is running out if you want to book tickets in advance: the booking line for this event closes at midnight. >

28-04-18 Highways England, MAG and others turn concerns into action

Highways England continues to be a role model for action following its Motorcycle Infrastructure Sub-Working Group meeting on 17th April 2018. Lembit ÷pik, MAGís Director of Communications & Public Affairs, regards this as Ďamongst the most productive project groups in our Political Unitís calendar. >

24-04-18 Riders call for common sense regarding crime and congestion

London demo calls on Mayor Khan and Government to come to their senses about motorcycle-enabled crime and unfair pollution taxes. The Motorcycle Action Group (MAG) held their biggest demonstration in years last Saturday to highlight the unfairness of a new pollution tax that London Mayor, Sadiq Khan, is threatening to introduce and which will hit some of the poorest workers in the capital. >

19-04-18 Campaigners Vow To Shut Down Central London In Fight Against Pollution And Road Deaths

Londonís motorcycling community is protesting against City Hallís lack of action in respect to rising motorcyclist deaths and against the unfair Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) tax which looks set to make pollution worse >

11-04-18 MAG meets West of England Regional Mayor in breakthrough summit

MAG met Mayor Tim Bowles in Bristol to ask: why arenít motorbikes in his transport strategy? MAGís Western Region Political Officer, Geoff Mills, teamed up with MAGís Director of Communications & Public Affairs, Lembit ÷pik, to meet the Mayor of the West of England Combined Authority, Tim Bowles. >

04-04-18 MAG calls for greater partnership-working and tougher action against bike crime in the West Midlands

Director of Campaigns & Political Engagement for the Motorcycle Action Group (MAG), Colin Brown, met Assistant Police & Crime Commissioner, Lynnette Kelly, this week to call for increased priority in tackling motorcycle crime in the West Midlands. Despite recent dramatic increases in car theft, motorcyclists in the West Midlands are still eight times more likely to fall victim to theft than car owners. Recent reports also demonstrate rising levels of threatened violence and actual assaults by thugs targeting vulnerable riders whilst on their machines. >

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