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|OFF ROAD VEHICLES (REGISTRATION) - BILL
06 March 2007 - MAG UK
On Friday 3rd March parliament debated the Off Road Vehicles, ( Registration) Bill. This is a private members bill brought by Graham Stringer MP for Manchester Blackley. The Bill passed its second reading and has been passed to committee stage.
|MAG CENTRE STAGE IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS |
25 January 2007 - MAG UK
The Motorcycle Action Group were centre stage in the Houses of Parliament yesterday having been called to give evidence at the House of Commons Transport Select Committee who were scrutinising the delivery of the Government Motorcycle Strategy.
|BACKWARD STEP FOR BIKERS|
07 January 2007 - MAG UK
London Sees Motorcycles as Money Spinners
|THE DVLA BLUNDERS IMPACTING ON MOTORCYCLE RIDERS|
05 January 2007 - MAG UK
The Motorcycle Action Group (MAG-UK), representing the interests of UK motorcyclists, is very concerned at the current situation where the DVLA (Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency) have 'lost' details of riders entitlements to ride motorcycles.
|NEW APPOINTMENT ANNOUNCED|
02 November 2006 - MAG UK
Former Police Chief Joins Biker Campaign Group
|MEN WAVING RED FLAGS NEXT?|
19 October 2006 - MAG UK
Road Safety Bill just doesn't work
06 October 2006 - MAG UK
The EU consultation proposal to impose daytime lighting (DRL - Daytime Running Lights) requirements for all vehicles is desperate gimmickry say The Motorcycle Action Group (MAG) UK.
|RIDERS FRUSTRATED BY BUS LANES|
27 September 2006 - MAG UK
The Motorcycle Action Group (MAG UK) says the long awaited results of bikes in bus lanes trials discussed at a seminar yesterday with Transport for London have left riders somewhat frustrated.
20 September 2006 - MAG UK
KillSpills Rally - TfL Egg on Face
|NO TO THROTTLE CONTROL – NO TO CONTROL|
23 August 2006 - MAG UK
In the light of comments made in the motorcycle press about the acceptability of Intelligent Speed Adaption (ISA) technology, The Motorcycle Action Group wishes to make its position crystal clear.
|BUTTERFLIES AND MOTORCYCLE BARRIERS|
15 August 2006 - MAG UK
|VIDEO MEDIA AWARDS|
28 July 2006 - MAG UK
The Motorcycle Action Group (MAG UK) announces its summer media awards for motorcycle safety awareness videos.
|MELTING ROADS SURFACES – RIDERS TAKE CARE
21 July 2006 - MAG UK
The Motorcycle Action Group has re issued its 2005 press release regarding the use of crushed rock dust in this year’s heat wave by councils to combat the problem of melting road surfaces.
|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.
|LICENCE DIRECT – BEYOND THE PALE|
04 July 2006 - MAG UK
A thousand Motorcycle Action Group (MAG) members and supporters rode in convoy through Birmingham on Saturday as part of the group’s on-going campaign to overcome the 3rd European Licensing Directive.
|ENDANGERED SPECIES – MEGAPHONE DIPLOMACY
27 June 2006 - MAG UK
The Motorcycle Action Group (MAG UK) is encouraging all motorcyclists to support Saturday's motorcycle demonstration in Birmingham that is aimed at changing the unfair European licensing proposals.
|ENDANGERED SPECIES |
25 May 2006 - MAG UK
MAG National Demo on EU Licence Directive
|MORE MOTORCYCLE PARKING IN THE WEST END?|
25 April 2006 - MAG UK
The Motorcycle Action Group (MAG) is encouraging all motorcyclists who ride into the City of Westminster to respond to a web-based consultation on motorcycle parking.
|SIGN UP TO DEFEND MOTORCYCLING|
14 April 2006 - MAG UK
The Motorcycle Action Group has fired the first round in the campaign against the motorcycle aspects contained in the 3rd European Driving Licence Directive.
|MAG WITHDRAWS SUPPORT|
10 April 2006 - MAG UK
MAG has withdrawn its support of the UKIP meeting on the European Licensing Directive set for April 23 in Salisbury.
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