Motocross News

Qualifiers for Championships

Now that the registration's are in, the following classes will require qualifiers

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Tameside leading the Motocross club race

The Tameside Motocross club are currently leading the way on Motocross licences issued with 29 Motocross Licences

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classic dirt bike show - feb 16-17

Not that you need them but with the Classic Dirt Bike Show fast approaching, we have 5 reasons to visit the show on February 16-17!

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Officials Seminars - Plus new South Venue

A reminder to all Officials that the upcoming seminars will be held at the following

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VNUK - Update

We are delighted to announce that persistent lobbying by the MCIA and other members of the motorcycle and motor sport business community, to exclude motorcycle and motor sport from the EU’s Motor Insurance Directive (MID - sometimes referred to as Vnuk), has achieved success with the European Parliament.
IMCO, the European Parliament committee responsible for MID, has voted by an overwhelming majority of 32 to 2, with one abstention, to exempt various vehicles from the scope of the Motor Insurance Directive. 
The proposed judgment threatened motorcycle and motor sport by making road traffic insurance compulsory during off-road use (e.g. on a race circuit or MX track).  This would require a form of insurance not commercially available and according to the insurance industry, probably unachievable.
The MCIA brought together a coalition of UK groups including the ACU and AMCA and also worked with the MIA (Motorsport Industry Association), DfT (Department for Transport) and others, as well as enjoying support from MEPs Vicky Ford, now a UK MP, and Daniel Dalton.   
This coalition, working with the FIA, FIM and ACEM, successfully lobbied the European Parliament to exempt motorsport from the Motor Insurance Directive.
There are further hurdles to overcome, including gaining the agreement of the EU Council and the inevitable delays caused by the forthcoming EU elections, so, although the final verdict will not be known until later this year, the signs are positive.
Tony Campbell, MCIA CEO, commented: “This is great news and a big relief for motorsport of all types.  The potential impact of the proposal would have been catastrophic and likely to result in the end of motorsport as we know it. The MCIA Public Affairs team was the first to recognise the threat and as such was instrumental in achieving this great result. Whilst Brexit may have created an opt-out for UK motorsport, 80% of the UK motorsport economy is derived from export to the EU and therefore there would be no escape for the motorsport business world. The MCIA will continue to follow this through to the final outcome and we would like to thank the ACU and AMCA who have partnered our efforts throughout”.

Cheltenham Motocross Club

The Cheltenham Spa club (Motocross) are accepting members now

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Devizes MX - First club night

The Devizes club holding their first club night of the season on Monday 21st January.

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Staunton and Corse - First club night

The Staunton & Corse Motocross club will be holding their first club night of 2019 on Tuesday 29th January.

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The date for the next Motocross Committee Meeting is Saturday 2nd March with the start time set for 11.30a.m. (the start time is approximate as the meeting will follow on from the AGM).

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2019 Licences Available now

Get your 2019 Licences online now

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TERRY KING, President – Funeral Details

We have been informed that Terry passed away last week and his funeral will be held on Wednesday 12th December at 11.30am.

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It is with great sadness that the AMCA announces the death of it’s President Terry King.

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Register for the 2019 Championship

The AMCA's 2019 Championship (MX1 / MX2 / Vets / 125(2-Stroke) / 85) is open for Registration
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