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|RESEARCH REVEALS RIDING TO WORK IS GOOD FOR ALL
12 July 2005 - Motor Cycle Industry Association Ltd
Commuting on a bike or scooter amount to two-thirds of all motorcycle journeys and in an age when car is the king and congestion is increasing there has never been a better time for people to take the plunge and use two-wheels to enhance their journey to work.
|MOTORCYCLE REGISTRATIONS SHOW SIGNS OF MARKET CONSOLIDATION
11 July 2005 - Motor Cycle Industry Association Ltd
Motorcycle registration figures released by the Motor Cycle Industry Association (MCI) show that the total sales of two wheelers during June 2005 are up by 2% on June 2004.
|JUNE 2005 NEW REGISTRATION FIGURES FOR MOTORCYCLES, MOPEDS AND SCOOTERS|
11 July 2005 - Motor Cycle Industry Association Ltd
JUNE AND YEAR TO DATE COMPARISONS FOR NEW REGISTRATIONS BY STYLE
ALL FIGURES ARE BASED ON DATA AVAILABLE AT TIME OF PRODUCTION
|WOMEN AND MOTORCYCLING|
02 July 2005 - Motor Cycle Industry Association Ltd
The thrill of motorcycling is catching on. In the UK, around 3.5 million people hold licenses with motorcycle or moped entitlement and approximately 1.5 million people regularly ride. Women account for about 15% of the total number, and its appeal is growing.
|DEATHS DOWN AT LAST - A TRIUMPH OF ENGINEERING OVER POLICY.
30 June 2005 - Safe Speed
Figures released today by the Department for Transport (DfT) reveal a very long awaited reduction in road deaths.
|ROAD CASUALTIES GREAT BRITAIN: MAIN RESULTS 2004
30 June 2005 - DEPARTMENT FOR TRANSPORT
The Department of Transport has today published National Statistics on road casualties in Great Britain in 2004, which relate to casualties in accidents reported to the police.
|PROPOSAL TO IMPOSE RAIL ‘CONGESTION CHARGING’ GIVES MORE REASONS TO THINK MOTORCYCLE|
27 June 2005 - Motor Cycle Industry Association Ltd
In the wake of proposals by the Association of Rail Operating Companies (ATOC) to impose congestion charging on rail users, the Motor Cycle Industry Association (MCI) says that the incentive to switch to motorcycling is stronger than ever.
|LONDON FOLLY - SPEED CAMERA OPERATIONS DESCEND INTO CHAOS|
23 June 2005 - SAVA Group
The London Evening Standard today reports that £330,000 in speed camera fines must be refunded. Apparently one of the cameras was installed in the wrong place.
|FARMYARD PARTY MARSHALS FLOOD APPEAL|
22 June 2005 - MAG UK
On behalf of MAG UK and the Farmyard Party (FYP) Marshals Ian Mutch would like to thank you all on the various web forums for the concern shown for the safety and
welfare of the marshals in the aftermath of the flood that hit the Farmyard Party site on Sunday evening at Duncombe Park, Helmsley.
|SPEED CAMERAS UNDER PRESSURE IN THE WEST MIDLANDS.
22 June 2005 - Safe Speed
According to information received, speed camera policy in the West Midlands is under considerable pressure form the Council's Planning and Transportation Sub-committee.
|EXTRAORDINARY MANAGEMENT COUNCIL MEETING|
20 June 2005 - Federation Internationale de Motocyclisme
The FIM Management Council convened in an extraordinary meeting on June 18 & 29 last in Geneva. The main points discussed and decisions taken are the following:
|BMF CONDEMNS RESTRICTIONS ON RIGHTS OF WAY
27 May 2005 - BMF
The British Motorcyclists Federation (BMF), Britain’s largest riders’ rights organisation, today condemned Government moves to cap Britain’s ancient Rights of Way network.
|SPEED CAMERA FOLLY IN LINCOLNSHIRE|
20 May 2005 - Safe Speed
In a case yesterday (19th May 2005) in Spalding Magistrates Court, Lincolnshire the speeding case against Phil Walker was dismissed when it emerged that the speed limit was not valid in law.
|SAFER CRASH BARRIERS FOR MOTORCYCLISTS|
16 May 2005 - Federation Internationale de Motocyclisme
FEMA has recently set up a Working Group to continue the work undertaken by the Federation in Europe and its affiliated organisations at national level, with the aim of making crash barriers' systems safer for motorcyclists.
|PLEASE SIGN THE PETITION NOW - THIS IS IMPORTANT|
29 April 2005 - The Royal Automobile Club Motor Sports Association Limited
First motor sport events cancelled as campaign grows to overturn new DEFRA regulations.
|REVIVAL MV AGUSTA 17-19 GIUGNO 2005|
23 April 2005 - Moto Club internazionale MV Agusta
At Cascina Costa in the parking areas af the AGUSTA helicopter company the 'Moto Club Internazionale MV AGUSTA' will host a meeting of collectors and enthusiasts from all over Italy and from country such as Germany, France, UK, Switzerland, the Netherland, the Principality of Monaco, Japan and the USA.
|OUTRAGEOUS RISE IN SPEEDING FINES IN SCOTLAND|
31 March 2005 - Safe Speed
Figures just released by the Scottish Executive show a rise is speeding fines handed to drivers in Scotland of over 61% in a single year.
|BIKES SHOULD SHARE CARPOOL LANES SAY BMF
30 March 2005 - BMF
News that Transport Secretary Alastair Darling is considering a new ‘congestion-busting carpool lane on the M25’ has led to the British Motorcyclists Federation asking that motorcycles be included in such a scheme.
|SAFE SPEED APPLAUDS BROMLEY COUNCIL
30 March 2005 - Safe Speed
In a surprise move, Bromley Council has blocked the installation of 18 speed cameras requested by Transport for London, the BBC reports.
|SPEED CAMERAS KEY ELECTION ISSUE SAYS SAFE SPEED|
29 March 2005 - Safe Speed
Survey results published today by Green Flag Motoring Assistance show clearly the gulf between motorists' concerns and government policy.
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