Bringing the voice of UK motorcyclists together

A coalition of motorcycling representative organisations

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About The NMC

The National Motorcyclists Council (NMC) is a coalition of motorcycling representative organisations, which works together on commonly held positions about issues where motorcyclists seek to change or influence government policy. It also researches issues to both inform campaigning and support the individual work of its members.

The NMC’s mission:

'Working together to help assure a positive and sustainable future for motorcycling’

The NMC brings together a broad spectrum of representative national motorcyclists organisations. These range from riders campaign groups, to motorcycle sport representatives, off road and green roads interests and road safety experts.

The NMC Goals

Research, inform and debate sustainability in motorcycling, and secure fair treatment for motorcyclists and motorcycling.
Provide single voice positions on issues of key importance to the motorcycle world as a whole.
Provide thought leadership on a range of issues that impact upon motorcycling.
Act as a force multiplier by combining organisations strengths.
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Members

The NMC’s current members are the Auto Cycle Union, British Motorcyclists Federation, IAM RoadSmart, the Motorcycle Action Group and the Trail Riders Fellowship. These groups between them, including their affiliates, represent approaching 100,000 individual motorcyclists.

Find out more about the NMC’s members here:

Member List

Latest News

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National Motorcyclists Council Joins Government Road Safety Delivery Group and Announces its Priority Policies

April 6, 2021
Membership of key Department for Transport Body a Key Step Towards a Motorcycling Strategy
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The Road to a New Motorcycling Strategy Opens

March 26, 2021
Government opens discussions with the NMC
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NMC publish updated COVID-19 Riding Guidelines ahead of the next major change to lockdown restrictions

March 19, 2021
Updated guidance issued as UK heads out of lockdown.
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