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New European partnership for motorcycle campaign groups

British riders’ rights group the National Motorcyclists Council (NMC) has announced a new partnership with two European motorcycling groups. The new tie-up between the NMC, the Federation of European Motorcyclists Associations (FEMA) and the Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme Europe (FIM Europe) will “extend the cohesiveness of the motorcycle lobby internationally and create new potential to impact positively on public policy which affects motorcycling in a range of areas”, says a joint statement.

All three groups have worked closely on a range of issues related to two-wheeled safety policies, transport policy and the future of motorcycling. And they’ve signed a new memorandum of understanding as a foundation for the new relationships.

Craig Carey-Clinch, executive director at the NMC, told us: “The NMC’s members are delighted with this new partnership. It is very clear that many of the issues affecting riders have an international, not just national, basis. In the short time since the NMC was founded there have already been a number of issues where positive work with FEMA and FIM Europe has been and will be to the benefit of riders group work. We look forward to very positive joint working in the years ahead.”


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