Liverpool MAG Inception: Monday the 29th of June, Old Swan Conservative Club 73 Derby Lane Old Swan Liverpool Merseyside L13 6QE , 8pm
Managing Director of Kevin Edward Costs, Alec Hughes, keen biker and founder of the club, Bikers for Neuro is delighted to bring MAG meetings to Liverpool for the first time.
About MAG (courtesy of mag.org-uk)
“The Motorcycle Action Group (MAG) is a volunteer led riders’ rights organisation that has been building in strength and diversity since it began in 1973.
MAG campaigns to protect and promote motorcycling and the interests and rights of all riders, from learner to advanced. We celebrate biking and the freedoms and independence it provides, through our support of parties and rallies, sport and competition, touring and travel.
MAG is the representative voice of riders in Local and National government and passionately defends all that is good about biking, mobilising riders through a local and regional branch structure.
MAG is not aligned to ANY political party or ideology, our independance makes it possible for politicians and officials to work with us knowing that we do not have a party-political agenda.
MAG membership is drawn from across the whole spectrum of motorcycling. Whatever you ride MAG has something for you.
MAG can, and does make a difference. We work directly with politicians and civil servants, but still employ other forms of direct action if necessary to ensure the rider’s voice is heard.
Since our humble beginnings nearly 40 years ago, we have matured significantly and are respected for our responsible, objective, informed contributions which enrich the political debate.
Throughout this evolution MAG has remained faithful to its core principles of freedom of choice and self – determination and the mantra “Education not legislation”.
A word from Alec:
“I’m thrilled to be leading Liverpool MAG, and becoming even more involved in the biking community. Since my teenage years I have been a passionate motorcyclist, and I’m looking forward to meeting likeminded individuals who will join me at Liverpool MAG to represent the Liverpool biking community and be part of the fantastic work MAG does to affect positive change for us all.”
The first bi-monthly meeting will take place on Monday the 29th of June 2015. All are welcome – admission and parking is free. Suggested topics for discussion so far are:
- Legislative concerns
- The Great Brain Ride 2015
This is the inception of Liverpool MAG, and so is a great opportunity to meet people in your area who share the same interests as you. If you have any suggestions for topics you would like to be discussed at our meetings, or if you are a business and would like to affiliate, please contact Alec Hughes at email@example.com
We hope you can make it.