| 30-06-10 Support MAG and have the chance to win some superb kit!|
Roll up, roll up for the MAG UK 'Head to Toe' raffle. Weise Clothing have genereously donated the following prizes, which will literally kit you out from 'Head to Toe' :
| 30-06-10 ** Rushden and District MAGs first BBQ tonight!**|
| 29-06-10 High Court case against Westminster City Council well under way|
MAG's man in Westminster has just spent two days at the High Court to witness the NTBPT claim against the Council Bike parking scheme. In essence
| 28-06-10 MAG wins more free bike parking places in Wales|
Working with Ceredigion County Council, MAG has secured free parking for 100 motorcycles on the Promenade in Aberystwyth. This has been a popular gathering place for riders for many years, but due to the random availability of parking, there have been calls to ban bikes entirely from the vicinity, so this is excellent news. Rory Wilson and the MAG activitists in Aberystwyth have done an excellent job to secure a future for riders meeting in the town.
| 21-06-10 Lost bike luggage on way to the Farmyard Party?|
**Found - item of luggage on Friday evening at the side of the A1 between Wetherby and Junction 48 - Boroughbridge turnoff.....
| 16-06-10 London Mayor extends motorcycle access to bus lanes.|
Boris Johnson has today announced he will continue to allow Motorcycles to use bus lanes operated by Transport for London after an 18-month experiment found...
| 08-06-10 MAG welcomes new Transport Ministerís fresh look at Motorcycle testing and training|
The move follows the House of Commons Transport Select Committee's recent endorsement of concerns voiced by the Motorcycle Action Group and other ridersí, trainers and...
| 04-06-10 Mayor must step back from expelling bikes from London Bus Lanes |
The Motorcycle Action Group has called for sense to prevail amidst growing concern that a pre-emptive decision on the future of motorcycle access to bus-lanes has been, or is about to be, taken.
| 02-06-10 MAG meets with the new Minister for Transport|
Less than two weeks after the formation of the new government, Mike Penning MP, the new Minister with responsibility for Britain's roads at the Department for Transport invited MAG and the other 'Riders Are Voters' campaign organisers to a high-level meeting with senior civil servants.