Plantec Assist Sponsors the National Motorcyclists Council

New partnership further increases the NMC's reach and authority

November 23, 2021

The National Motorcyclists Council (NMC) can today announce that it is to join forces with Plantec Assist, who wish to support the NMC’s mission to assure “a positive and sustainable future for motorcycling”.

Plantec is a market-leading claim management, repair and mobility solution provider. Their services are designed exclusively for motorcyclists. With Plantec Assist’s ethos to ‘keep rider’s riding’, there is a clear synergy with the National Motorcycle Council’s goals to research, inform and debate sustainability in motorcycling, secure fair treatment for motorcyclists and provide thought leadership and a single collective voice on issues that impact upon the motorcycle world as a whole.

Craig Carey-Clinch, the NMC’s Executive Director, said: “The NMC is delighted that Plantec are sponsoring the NMC. Plantec will also join the NMC’s growing membership base, so further extending the reach and authority that motorcycling organisations have created since the NMC was founded earlier this year.  Plantec are involved in key motorcyclists facing areas and are able to support the NMCs work through the knowledge it has gained by working with individual riders. We look forward to making further progress on biking issues with Plantec’s support”.

Garry King, Head of Sales and Development at Plantec Assist, said: “We are very pleased to be working alongside the National Motorcyclists Council and all of its members to share our knowledge, provide support and encourage change to ensure safe and sustainable motorcycling for the future."


Notes to Editors

1. For further comment from the NMC please contact Craig Carey-Clinch, on 07979 757484 /

2. National Motorcyclists Council members are: The Auto Cycle Union, the British Motorcyclists Federation, IAM RoadSmart, the Motorcycle Action Group, Plantec Assist, the National Motorcycle Dealers Association and the Trail Riders Fellowship