We’re rapidly approaching that time of year when events, AGMs and reporting activities are being undertaken.
As part of this effort we’re looking into our Membership database.
Our website is the menu so please look it up and check your details. 
It also allows you to update your membership payment or join if you haven’t already.
It is also where you will find your membership card.
Still looking for help for events support and committee roles too if that is your thing.


There are two events planned during the week. Joe (Jo) Rider will run the full week. We will put out a call for riders to come forward and wear Joe Rider vests for the public to spot and report.

A Motorcycle Riders Forum and Riding Demonstration will be held Sunday 15 October 10am-1pm at the EPIC conference centre. Presentations will be made by AFP, ACT Government, and others. Minister Mick Gentleman, well known motorcyclist, will be opening the event for us. Full programme will be available shortly before the event. This event is funded by the ACT Government Road Safety Fund.


The Toy Run will be held as usual on Saturday 02 December 8am-12pm. Gather in Old Parliament House car park for Brekky and get ready to head out on the Mass Ride at 10am. Bring family and friends and contribute to our two charities. We’re devising a new route to take into account the Commonwealth Avenue bridge works. Bring toys and gifts, and gift cards, and groceries for a festive meal… or any suitable food, for those less fortunate in our community. A Breakfast BBQ will be provided by the Canberra Branch of Ulysses Club, with all profits being donated to Toy Run charities.

OUR ONLINE PRESENCE – We have been experimenting with our online presence. So far the Facebook site has proved popular. The site is used to share motorcycle topics relevant to advocacy, safety, and items of interest from those who support us. We realise not everyone is a FB user but it does appear to be good for Groups in the way it is presented and ease of use. The Twitter/X site hasn’t been used in a while. It is an alternative to FB but is not well suited to our preferred messaging style. We’ll keep it open for possible development.



The MRA ACT is committed to raising awareness of riders on our roads, but also reminds riders to take responsibility for their own safety on the roads – stay visible, be predictable, ride to the conditions.