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|IAM FLEET ADDS VIRTUAL FLEET RISK MANAGER TO DRIVER TRAINING PORTFOLIO|
13 August 2004 - Institute of Advanced Motorcyclists
IAM Fleet, the commercial training division of the Institute of Advanced Motorists, has added the Virtual Fleet Risk Manager (VFRM) online driver assessment system to its portfolio of driver training programmes.
|CZECH GRAND PRIX: WILD-CARD RIDERS|
13 August 2004 - Federation Internationale de Motocyclisme
The wild-card riders who will race in the Czech Grand Prix, scheduled on the circuit of Brno on August 22 next, are the following:
|MOTORISTS MUST WAKE UP TO MOTORWAY FATIGUE|
10 August 2004 - Institute of Advanced Motorcyclists
HALF OF BRITAIN’S DRIVERS RISK DOZING OFF AT THE WHEEL
|KILLER PILLARS – ARE SAFER CARS ACTUALLY CAUSING MORE ACCIDENTS?|
04 August 2004 - Safe Speed
An article published today in the September issue of BIKE magazine has shown that windscreen pillars obstructing a driver’s vision are likely to be a major factor in road accidents.
|WIDE SUPPORT FOR WINDSCREEN PILLAR REVELATIONS|
04 August 2004 - Safe Speed
Recently Safe Speed and Bike magazine joined forces to highlight a forgotten road safety issue.
|GAGM REPORT REVEALED|
04 August 2004 - MAG UK
The Motorcycle Action Group President, Ian Mutch and Director of Public Affairs, Trevor Baird joined members of the Government Advisory Group on Motorcycling in Central London to record the delivery of the group’s landmark report on motorcycling.
|TORY PROPOSALS A SMALL STEP IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION|
03 August 2004 - Safe Speed
New Tory pledges for better management of speed cameras are just a small step in the right direction, says Safe Speed.
|GAG ‘EM NO MORE - TIME FOR ACTION SAY BMF |
02 August 2004 - BMF
The BMF has welcomed the long awaited Government ‘Advisory Group Report on Motorcycling’ published today, but says that with motorcycle road deaths up 14% in 2003, it’s now time for the Government to get serious about taking action on road casualties.
|RIDE TO WORK – BUT WHERE TO PARK?|
28 July 2004 - RAC Motoring Services Ltd
Motorcycles and scooters are a vital element in reducing congestion in city centres, but could be even more important if adequate parking was provided, according to the RAC Foundation, in support of Ride to Work Day today (28).
|SAFE SPEED CALLS FOR A FULL AUDIT OF SPEED CAMERAS|
28 July 2004 - Safe Speed
The resignation of the Norfolk's speed camera boss calls into question the management of all our speed cameras says Safe Speed.
|CARMICHAEL, WINDHAM AIMING TO BECOME FIRST THREE-TIME WASHOUGAL 250 MOTOCROSS WINNER|
27 July 2004 - AMA Pro Racing
Honda riders Ricky Carmichael and Kevin Windham will vie to become the first rider to win three 250 AMA Motocross races at Washougal Motocross Park on Sunday, Aug. 1, when the AMA Chevrolet Motocross Championship moves to the scenic environs of the Pacific Northwest for round eight of the 12-round championship.
|YOUNG ENTHUSIASTS TO GET NEW DRIVING INITIATIVE|
26 July 2004 - Institute of Advanced Motorcyclists
A scheme to encourage young and enthusiastic drivers to 'max up' their driving is to be launched next month (2 August) in an unprecedented move to reduce casualties on UK roads caused by needless crashes.
|ENJOY SHORTER JOURNEY TIMES ON TWO WHEELS SAYS MOTOR CYCLE INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION|
26 July 2004 - Motor Cycle Industry Association Ltd
The Motor Cycle Industry Association (MCI) is encouraging people to travel on a motorbike or scooterto enjoy the benefits of the shorter journey times that biking brings.
|MAG MEMBERS ENJOY FREE PASSPORT TO EUROPEAN EVENTS |
23 July 2004 - MAG UK
Under the FEMAX scheme conceived by MAG's Neil Liversidge, MAG members enjoy free to access to many European events organised by our
partners in FEMA (Federation of European Motorcyclists Organisations).
|THE MAG FOUNDATION INAUGURAL SEMINAR|
21 July 2004 - MAG UK
To inaugurate the activities of the MAG Foundation, a seminar on security, motorcycle theft and the identification of stolen motorbikes will be held at the Arts Centre at the University of Warwick on Saturday 18th of September, commencing at 1 p.m and finishing at 5 p.m.
|AA MOTORING TRUST RESPONSE TO TRANSPORT ANNOUNCEMENT|
20 July 2004 - Automobile Association
The Government 's transport announcement today is a clear signal that a fair deal for road users is still a long way off, says The AA Motoring Trust.
|BSM WARNS POOR BIKE TRAINING ADDING TO DEATHS|
19 July 2004 - RAC Motoring Services Ltd
The Driving Standards Agency lacks the resources to properly police the quality of motorcycle training instructors – and the shortage of expertise could contribute to rocketing motorcyclist death rates, warns BSM Rider Training, leading up to Bike to Work Day, this Wednesday 21 July.
|CELEBRITIES AND POLITICIANS RIDE INTO ACE CAFE ON TWO WHEELS TO CELEBRATE RIDE TO WORK DAY JULY 28TH |
19 July 2004 - Motor Cycle Industry Association Ltd
Sportsman, Iwan Thomas, a keen bike rider, is joining the Motor Cycle Industry Association (MCI)
for breakfast on Ride to Work Day which is being celebrated at the Ace Cafe, London with free
breakfast for the first 50 bikers that arrive.
|THE GREAT SPEED CAMERA CON TRICK|
18 July 2004 - Safe Speed
For over three years Safe Speed has been working tirelessly to analyse the road safety trends in speed camera era. And the trends have been truly awful.
|NO BULL - BMF WELCOMES LANDMARK VICTORY|
14 July 2004 - BMF
A landmark case, in which a motorcyclist will receive damages following a collision with a bull calf, has been hailed as an historic victory by the British Motorcyclists Federation.
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