MAG ends 2022 feeling positive

The Motorcycle Action Group (MAG), the UK’s leading voice for riders’ rights, is looking forward to another year of positive outcomes for motorcyclists.

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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 be gearing up for another year of defending riders’ rights and contributing to the decision-making processes of national and local Government.


Reflecting on the past year, MAG’s Chair, Neil Liversidge, said:

“This year has seen a return to vigorous campaigning wherever we identify a need.  All of our members contribute to this, whether by simply continuing to support MAG with their membership, being politically active or arranging fundraising events, and I offer my grateful thanks to them all.

MAG has chalked up a number of successes, including the commissioning of an independent review of the scientific argument behind the Government’s plan to ban all new internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles.  MAG continues to argue strenuously in favour of a macro-electrical solution (i.e., applied to public transport) rather than a micro solution, which will cause inconvenience and financial hardship to many.  Motorcycles are part of the solution being sought and they are part of it right now!

In addition, our premier fundraising events are back on track this year, and I was delighted to welcome delegates to MAG’s first full AGM since 2019 where we formally launched ‘Operation Earthquake’.  It’s very much ‘business as usual’.”

MAG’s Central Office will close at noon on Friday 23rd December 2022 and reopen on Tuesday 3rd January 2023.


Please note that some of our mailings may have been affected by the recent postal strikes with memberships and magazines taking longer than usual to reach you.  We would ask you to bear with us, allowing a reasonable amount of time to pass before emailing us for replacements.



MAG invites riders, dealers, mechanics and manufacturers to join MAG and help create a united voice for the common good of the riding community.

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