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MotoCap (Motorcycle Protective Clothing) – Jackets, Pants, Gloves

There is misinformation circulating in social media at present, that behind the MotoCap Safety Ratings, there is an agenda to enforce compulsory wearing of protective clothing. Simply not true. An excerpt from Dave Wright Motorcycle Consulting statement on this: MotoCap has been developed over the past 10 years and with some of the best protocols […]

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Road Safety Report March 16

Road Safety/AMC Report: State Election 2021 Now that the WA state election is over, we will need to make contact with the possible new Minister for Police and Road safety to make our selves know to them so that we can form a constructive relationship going forward. We of course will need to wait for […]

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Road Safety Report February 2021

LANE FILTERING Jeff Thomas has covered this in his report, so I will simply add the piece that I sent to our affiliated clubs for the record. The President Jeff Thomas and Safety Officer Dave Wright from the Motorcycle Riders Association of WA held a productive meeting on Monday 8th February 2021 with the Road […]

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Update Regarding Lane Filtering (Media Release)

– (addressing some comments and grievances) When the MRAWA announced the upcoming lane filtering laws, many were upset, as were the MRAWA committee and members about ‘Freeways’ being excluded. As far as the ban on lane filtering on freeways is concerned, we were totally blindsided and shocked by this clause. Our stance was like many, […]

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7 Motorcycle Riders killed in January 2021

Hi, my name is David Wright, and I’m a longtime motorcycle rider. I’ve come to talk to you today about the terrible start we’ve had to 2021. So far this year, we’ve lost 23 people on our roads. Of those 23 people 30% of the motorcyclists. So that’s seven motorcycles dead since the start of […]

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“Coffee & Doughnuts Ride” – AKA “Vulnerable Road Users Ride”

The MRAWA “Coffee & Doughnuts Ride” (AKA “Vulnerable Road Users Ride”) started off from the Caltex, Midvale, on a nice sunny morning with 17 enthusiastic riders, with a good number being new & learner riders. At least they were enthusiastic until I mentioned, during the pre-ride briefing, that a couple of the roads we were […]

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