The Motorcycle Action Group (MAG), the UK’s leading voice for riders’ rights, is looking forward to a year with more positive outcomes for motorcyclists.
MAG will soon be gearing up for another year of defending riders’ rights and contributing to the decision-making processes of national and local Government.
MAG’s Chair, Neil Liversidge, noted that, whilst the global challenges of the pandemic had continued throughout 2021, MAG remained focussed on the job in hand: defending motorcycling from disproportionate legislation. Neil stated:
“Whilst 2021 has undoubtedly been a better year than 2020, we all continued to work around a very difficult global situation. MAG continued to campaign strongly, with activities on-line and – where possible – in person and was also able to run several of its premier fundraising events again, which was a major achievement under the circumstances, and a testament to the hard work and commitment of our volunteers.
Unfortunately, the pandemic rumbles on, but we are in a much better situation than we were, and sincerely hope that 2022 will, in due course, return to something much closer to normality, not just for MAG but for the entire world. In the meantime, we stand strong, ready to continue defending motorcycling wherever we can.
I would like to personally thank all of our members for their support, because without them MAG would not be the success that it is. I wish each and every one of you a happy and healthy Christmas and all the very best for 2022.”
MAG continues to engage with Government and Local Authorities wherever a need to protect riders’ rights is identified, building on its accomplishments and forging positive new relationships.
MAG’s Central Office will close on Friday, Christmas Eve at 12:00 and reopen on Tuesday 4th January at 09:00. Please note that phone lines will continue to be open between 10:00 and 15:00 only for the time being.
MAG invites riders, dealers, mechanics and manufacturers to join MAG and help create a united voice for the common good of the riding community.