MAG is geared up to a new year of activities defending riders’ rights and contributing to the decision-making process at national and local governmental levels.
The Chair of MAG, Selina Lavender, noted that, whilst the challenges of 2020 had been almost unprecedented world-over, MAG’s personnel are refreshed and ready to work hard again during 2021.
“No-one could have foreseen that 2020 would be dominated by a dangerous global pandemic, with life so dramatically altered. But MAG was able to rise to the occasion, swiftly moving many campaigning activities on-line and even managing to run one of the smaller premier fundraising events later in the year, which was an amazing achievement under the circumstances and a testament to the skills and commitment of our volunteers.
Unfortunately, we find ourselves in Lockdown once again, but sincerely hope that 2021 will, in due course, be a much better year, not just for MAG but for the entire world. We stand strong, ready to continue defending motorcycling wherever we can.”
MAG will continue to engage with Government and Local Authorities wherever a need to protect riders’ rights is identified, building on its accomplishments and forging positive new relationships.
MAG invites riders, dealers, mechanics and manufacturers to join MAG and help create a united voice for the common good of the riding community.
Contact MAG at 01926 844 064 or email@example.com