Colin Brown

The Motorcycle Action Group (MAG), the UK’s leading voice for riders’ rights, is gearing up for another busy year of defending motorcycling. MAG will be building on the successes of last year, defending riders’ rights and contributing to the decision-making processes of national and local Government.   Looking forward to […]

MAG starts 2023 with a full schedule for action.

MAG’s political team look back on a year of campaign work.  The agenda for 2022 has of course been dominated by the slow march towards an enforced battery electric solution to the 0.001% of global anthropogenic CO2 emissions emanating from the tailpipes of motorcycles in the UK. But that is […]

MAG Review of 2022

The Motorcycle Action Group (MAG), the UK’s leading voice for riders’ rights, is looking forward to another year of positive outcomes for motorcyclists. As 2022 draws to a close, MAG will not be resting on its laurels.  Following a number of significant successes throughout the year, the organisation will soon […]

MAG ends 2022 feeling positive

Representatives of the Motorcycle Action Group (MAG) attended a Holyrood Roundtable meeting on motorcycle theft.  The roundtable meeting, arranged by MSP Daniel Johnson, was attended by MAG, Police Scotland, the City of Edinburgh Council, local business owners, and cross-party MSPs. Following the extended epidemic of motorcycle theft and related criminality […]

Successful engagement on Edinburgh motorcycle theft at Holyrood Roundtable.

The Motorcycle Action Group (MAG) claims that the Greater Cambridge Partnership (GCP) proposals to charge motorcycles to enter a Sustainable Travel Zone are based on misinformation and prejudice.  GCP launched its Making Connections consultation on 17th October.  Included in the consultations are plans to charge all motorised vehicles, including motorcycles, […]

GCP Sustainable Travel Zone consultation: ‘Making Connections’ with prejudice.