| 20-03-09 ANNUAL GROUP CONFERENCE - IMPORTANT UPDATE:|
Significant developments in the business of this years AGC are being notified to MAG members. 1. Election of the National Chairman of MAG(UK) After three terms in office as MAG's National Chairman, Jane Chisholm has announced that she will be stepping down at the AGC. This leaves one of the most important volunteer posts in MAG open to new candidates. 2. The National Committee has allowed a late proposal for a national campaign on policing to be brought forward. Details of the 2009 Annual Group Conference: Saturday 4th April 2009 at Hurworth Grange, Hurworth on Tees near Darlington, Co. Durham. Proceedings start at 11:00am.
| 11-03-09 MAG slams 50mph proposal|
The proposal for a blanket 50mph limit on country roads represents the ascendency of politics over reality. Accident analysis shows that a very small proportion of accidents are due to excess speed with carelessness and stupidity within speed limits being far bigger factors.
| 11-03-09 MAG says ride on Westminster|
MAG is encouraging its members to join the mass ride on March 31st in opposition to parking charges by Westminster City Council. Assembly point is the ACE Caf? near Hanger Lane on London's North Circular Road at 3pm. Ride out departs 4.15pm for Trafalgar Square. There will then be a ride to Westminster City Hall by 6.45pm.
| 06-03-09 MAG and BikeSure team-up with Tickets for MotoGP|
MAG's preferred insurance partner BikeSure are offering MAG members asking for a quote through in March a chance to win two tickets for MotoGP. Ask for a quote via the www.maginsurance.co.uk website or MAG insurance free phone number 0800 089 0342 and you will not only get a great deal on insurance, but also be entered in a draw for a chance to win 2 tickets for the British round of the Moto GP World Championship
| 03-03-09 Riders call for end to new rider rip-off|
The introduction of a new motorcycle riding test must be halted until new riders get a better deal says the Motorcycle Action Group.
| 02-03-09 MAG questions six month sentence|
The Motorcycle Action Group is concerned by the six month sentence handed down to the rider jailed for travelling at over 120mph with his child riding pillion.