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|WE'RE STILL WAITING SAY BMF|
27 September 2006 - BMF
London Bus Lanes
|MSF ANNOUNCE NEW WEBSITE |
27 September 2006 - Motorcycle Safety Foundation
Motorcycle and Traffic Safety Community Has New Resource to Help Make Motorcycling Safer for All Who Share the Road
|NEW VICE PRESIDENT NAMED|
20 September 2006 - AMA Pro Racing
Bob Chaddock has joined the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) in the newly-created position of Vice President of Racing Administration.
|COMMITTEE MEETINGS HELD LAST WEEK|
15 September 2006 - AMA Pro Racing
The American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) held the first meetings of the AMA Flat Track Rules Committee and AMA Supermoto Rules Committee at its corporate headquarters in Pickerington, Ohio this week.
|NEW FACE AT FEMA|
07 September 2006 - Federation of European Motorcyclists' Associations
The Federation of European Motorcyclists' Associations (FEMA) has a new General Secretary, Ms. Aline Delhaye.
|INCREASE IN REGISTRATIONS|
10 August 2006 - Motor Cycle Industry Association Ltd
‘Ewan and Charley’ Effect Less Noticeable In Still Challenging Marketplace
|VIDEO MEDIA AWARDS|
28 July 2006 - MAG UK
The Motorcycle Action Group (MAG UK) announces its summer media awards for motorcycle safety awareness videos.
|BMF DIRECTOR STAYS |
26 July 2006 - BMF
Following a successful appeal to the BMF’s Council on Saturday, Don Lewis, excluded from holding BMF office earlier in the year by the BMF’s Disciplinary Committee, has been reinstated as the BMF’s Director of Administration.
|SALE OF MOTORCYCLES STATIC |
23 July 2006 - Motor Cycle Industry Association Ltd
June’s motorcycle sales figures, published by the Motor Cycle Industry Association, show a static market for year to date.
|SALES UP AT THE START OF 2006|
21 July 2006 - Discover Today's Motorcycling
Expanding Popularity and Fuel Prices Put Motorcycling On Track Toward 14th Straight Year of Rising Sales
|HOT ON THE ROAD|
19 July 2006 - Green Flag Motoring Assistance
With temperatures soaring, motorists are being advised to drive with extracare and are urged to take steps before travelling to avoid trouble.
|GIVE A NOD ON” RIDE TO WORK” DAY |
17 July 2006 - MAG UK
The Motorcycle Action Group (MAG UK) is supporting the Motorcycle Industry Association’s (MCIA) “Ride to Work” Day.
|RIDERS SAY ‘F’ IS FOR FUN IN NATIONAL MOTORCYCLE WEEK 2006|
16 July 2006 - Motor Cycle Industry Association Ltd
The National Motorcycle Week (16-23rd July) survey on the ‘F’ factor found that riders think ‘F’ is for fun.
|POLITICIANS CLIMB ON BOARD FOR RIDE TO WORK DAY|
15 July 2006 - Motor Cycle Industry Association Ltd
– 19th July 2006
|MOVE OVER FOR BIKERS|
14 July 2006 - Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM)
The joys of motorcycling - including more predictable journey times - have encouraged a recent revival in biking, especially in urban areas.
|BRAD AND ANGELINA NAMED MOST WANTED ‘FANTASY RIDE’|
12 July 2006 - Motor Cycle Industry Association Ltd
The National Motorcycle Week survey found that the current couple of the have been voted the two famous faces that people would most like to take fantasy pillion ride with.
|SEVEN WAYS TO ENJOY NATIONAL MOTORCYCLE WEEK|
02 July 2006 - Motor Cycle Industry Association Ltd
There is plenty of fun to be had during National Motorcycle Week. Riders and non-riders can join together to enjoy the world of two-wheeled machines
|WHAT CAN I DO IN NATIONAL MOTORCYCLE WEEK? |
01 July 2006 - Motor Cycle Industry Association Ltd
National Motorcycle Week
30 June 2006 - Motor Cycle Industry Association Ltd
GET THE ‘F’ FACTOR IN NATIONAL MOTORCYCLE WEEK
|RESEARCH REVEALS THE ‘F’ FACTOR IS REVITALISED BY MOTORCYCLING|
29 June 2006 - Motor Cycle Industry Association Ltd
Research carried out by the Motor Cycle Industry Association revels that the ‘F’ factor is live and kicking for National Motorcycle Week.
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