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Bus Lane Use for MC Riders Trial Deemed Illegal – Challenged by MRAWA

Jun 27, 2020

The Road Safety Commission advised us via email on Wednesday, 24 June 2020 9:56 AM on the decision to ban the sharing of motorcycles to share certain bus lanes. They further advised us that Main Roads WA will be removing signs from five metro bus lanes that permit motorcycles to share the lanes. This follows […]

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New Road Safety Commissioner for WA appointed

Jun 19, 2020

Adrian Warner has been appointed as Road Safety Commissioner for Western Australia for a five-year term. Mr Warner has more than 30 years’ experience in senior leadership roles Commonwealth and West Australian public sectors, as well as the private sector, and boasts strong credentials in policy and strategy development. As an avid recreational cyclist, Mr […]

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Statement regarding the Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix 2020

May 30, 2020

Source: https://www.motogp.com.au/fan-zone/news/australian-motorcycle-grand-prix-2020-cancelled The Australian Grand Prix Corporation (AGPC) in conjunction with Dorna Sports today announced the Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix 2020 is cancelled due to restrictions relating to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix 2020 was due to be held at the Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit from 23-25 October. Full refunds […]

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Free Motorcycle Rider Road Craft Course

Oct 6, 2018

ENROLE NOW – see attached forms Where – Mirrabooka Library, 21 Sudbury Road. Mirrabooka. Date – 21st October Time – 9:30am to 1:30pm Contact – Dave Wright of Motorcycle Consulting 0418 954 424   Ride Right registration Oct. 2018 Mirrabooka Ride Right flier Mirrabooka Oct 2018

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PRESS RELEASE – Motorcycle Safety Week 23rd to 29th April 2017

Apr 26, 2017

The Motorcycle Riders Association of WA Inc. has made a plea to motorcycle and scooter riders to accept that we are a group of vulnerable road users and as such we need to understand that the road environment, speed, our behaviour and other road user mistakes can all add to the chance that we will […]

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Helmet Changes

Aug 10, 2015

The Victorian Government announced last Thursday that effective immediately that will allow European Standards motorcycle helmets to be worn legally on Victorian roads this follows Queensland’s  lead on this issue. We have raised allowing European standards helmets be allowed for use on WA roads and this is now being looked at by the Department of […]

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WA Police to Hunt Hoon Riders

Nov 29, 2014

Hi Guys Just in case you have not seen this from the WA Police (attachment below) Cheers Dave Wright President Motorcycle Riders Association of W.A. Inc. WA Today Press Release — >  Hoon Riders

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Motorcycle Safety Week

Oct 19, 2014

Click on this link to navigate to EVENTS

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Ride Right Courses

Oct 18, 2014

 MRAWA – Advanced Rider Training ============================================ Courses will be held during November, in Midland and Joondalup. Click on the following link to navigate to the [Safety] / [Advanced Rider Training] Page.  Ride Right Courses        

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Motorcycle Fatalities Press Release

Sep 15, 2014

An Urgent Press Release has been sent to the WA Government regarding Motorcycle Fatalities. Click here to read —>  Motorcycle Fatalities Press Release

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2013 National Road Safety Forum

Dec 21, 2013

For details of the 2013 National Road Safety Forum Click Here

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Suzuki GSX Recall

Oct 19, 2013

Product description GSX-R600, GSX-R750 & GSX-R1000 motorcycles Identifying features Campaign number: SRC13-02 What are the defects? Suzuki Motor Corporation have advised that corrosion may start between the brake piston and return spring (located inside the piston). Moisture may be absorbed in the brake fluid after long term use of the motorcycles. If corrosion is present, […]

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