Welcome to the Motorcycle Riders Association of the Australian Capital Territory
The committee meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 7.00pm at the Harmonie German Club, Narrabundah; we encourage all current and prospective members to come along.
Send us an email if you are thinking of coming along and we’ll meet you at the door. If you would like to eat first, some of us have a meal from about 6.30pm and all are most welcome.
Membership is the lifeblood of this association; if you are interested feel free to contact our membership officer Mike Kelly or fill in the form, bring it to the next meeting or scan and email it through.
- ACT Black Dog 1 Dayer 2018
- ***CALLING ALL STATES*** AMC Welcomes Road Rule Changes
- Supporting Our Community – Thanks from St John’s Care
- Motorcycle Safety with Regard to Light Rail Construction Process
The following article, released in the Canberra Times on 27 April, highlights issues raised by the public regarding the light rail works’ ‘level crossings’ and if they are indeed appropriately safe, for all motor and on-road vehicles.
Have you encountered any such unsafe situations, specifically on a motorcycle, or witnessed anything? If so, feel free to let the committee know as we can build a body of evidence and engage the ACT government regarding the matter.
- Inquiry into the planning, management and delivery of road maintenance in the ACT
The committee of the MRA ACT submitted a response to the Legislative Assembly’s Inquiry into the planning, management and delivery of road maintenance in the ACT.
You can view our submission, and those from other individual/s and/or groups, here.
- Driving Anger Research
The University of the Sunshine Coast is currently conducting a study to identify what situations make motorcyclists and drivers angry – an area of research that has not been thoroughly examined.
The study is being conducted online, and we encourage as many ACT road users as possible to take part.
The MRA ACT is also making queries as to whether we can publish the outcomes of this study once they are available.