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The Motorcycle Action Group (MAG) welcomes any efforts to make the roads safer for all road users.  However, MAG raises concerns that the the Highway Code review proposals and introduction of the hierarchy concept will result in the opposite effect. MAG has challenged the decision to limit the scope of […]

Views on the Highway Code Review.




DEFRA Clean Air Zone Confusion
A delayed response from the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) to the Motorcycle Action Group, claims that there are no Clean Air Zones, current or proposed, that charge motorcycles.  MAG has welcomed this news, but asks, ‘if so, when did London – which charges pre-Euro 3 bikes […]

DEFRA Clear Air Zone confusion



COVID-19 Riding Guidelines
The Coalition of Motorcycling Organisations has issued a revised version of its COVID-19 Riding Guidelines.  This third iteration of the guidance based on the latest changes to Government guidelines includes advice on group riding and first responder incident management.  The coalition are delighted that the guidance has now received an […]

Latest version of COVID-19 Riding Guidelines gains National Police Chiefs ...




Wire Rope Barriers pose a hazard to motorcyclists
During a meeting with MAG Northern Ireland on 2nd July 2020, the Northern Ireland Department for Infrastructure accepted that wire rope crash barriers, whilst effective for larger vehicles, pose a hazard to motorcyclists’ safety. This is welcomed by the Motorcycle Action Group.   Motorcycle Action Group UK’s Northern Ireland Representative, […]

Northern Ireland’s Department for Infrastructure accepts wire rope barriers ...





Filter Friendly
Filter Friendly is a MAG road safety campaign. Filtering brings benefits – not just to riders, but all road users.  We explain those advantages in order to encourage drivers to look out for motorcyclists filtering through traffic.   Many drivers who do not ride motorcycles will be unfamiliar with the […]

Filter Friendly