MOTORCYCLE INDUSTRY CHALLENGES BUS LANE RESEARCH MYTHS 21 September 2005 - Motor Cycle Industry Association Ltd The MCI is challenging policymakers and transport experts who claim that allowing motorcycles to use bus lanes will lead to safety problems for motorcycle riders and other users of bus lanes.
EUROPEAN LICENCE DEMO 20 September 2005 - MAG UK The Motorcycle Action Group and the British Motorcyclists Federation are co-operating with Motor Cycle News in the organisation of a protest gathering and ride in Brussels on Saturday 1st October in response to the EU proposals on motorcycle licensing.
RIDING ROUGHSHOD – BMF OPPOSES EU LICENCE DIRECTIVE 20 September 2005 - BMF Incensed at EU attempts to impose an ill-conceived new driving licence regime on motorcyclists, the 140,000 strong British Motorcyclists Federation has joined forces with the Motorcycle Action Group to launch a campaign to stop the proposals being adopted.
HIDDEN REPORT REVEALS SERIOUS SPEED CAMERA DANGERS
16 August 2005 - Safe Speed TRL report number 595, commissioned by the Highways Agency and delivered in early 2004, looked at motorway road works crashes and evaluated the effects of various safety treatments.
EUROPEAN LICENCE FIASCO - BARREL LOAD OF MADNESS
16 August 2005 - MAG UK The Motorcycle Action Group (MAG UK) has launched its three pronged lobby to bring sense to the proposals contained in the European Unions 3rd European Driving Licence Directive.
BIKING BEATS BANK HOLIDAY BLUES AND BOOSTS BUSINESS TOO 16 August 2005 - Motor Cycle Industry Association Ltd As the August Bank-Holiday approaches, new research by the Motor Cycle Industry Association reveals that UK motorcyclists not only enjoy a head start over jam-bound cars, they contribute nearly £400 million to the UK tourism.
MOTORCYCLE SALES REMAIN STEADY AS SAFETY IMPROVES 10 August 2005 - Motor Cycle Industry Association Ltd Diversity in motorcycling is maintained as figures released by the Motor Cycle Industry Association show a continuing growth on the year to date sales from 2004 to 2005 in the adventure sport (32%), naked (15%) and custom (7%) sectors.
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