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The Federation of European Motorcyclists' Associations

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Jul 8, 2014
High quality, cost effective initial rider training is probably the most important measure for improving motorcycle safety. Every European citizen who wants to start riding a motorcycle should have easy access to high quality, cost effective initial rider training.
Jun 12, 2014
About a third of fatally injured motorcyclists in Sweden do not have an appropriate license - this sad result is confirmed in this country every year. Read a full article and listen to an audio clip by Radio Sweden (in German).
May 5, 2014
Even Elseth, an experienced Norwegian rider, overturned, hit the subrail – and walked away completely unharmed.
Apr 7, 2014
Tor Arne Bell Ljunggren, chairman of the Norwegian Motorcycle Union (NMCU), says it is no reason to argue that motorcyclists are reckless road users. Rather the opposite...
Mar 25, 2014
Dolf Willigers (MAG NL) investigates the next motorcycle issue on the European agenda: mandatory motorcycle clothing.
Mar 11, 2014
The European Parliament by a large majority voted in favour of the compromise proposal from the European Commission on a European regulation for the periodic technical inspection (PTI) of motor vehicles.
Feb 27, 2014
A majority of the Swedish motorcyclists are safety-conscious riders who don’t take unnecessary risks. But national statistics show that in 25 out of 72 fatalities the rider did not have a valid A-license, which corresponds to 34,7 percent.

 


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Protecting & promoting riders' rights in Europe

The Federation of European Motorcyclists' Associations (FEMA) is the European federation of national road rider organisations. FEMA represents, defends and promotes motorcycling and the interests of millions of powered two-wheeler users across Europe. Through its 22 national organisations from 16 countries, FEMA reaches over 300,000 dedicated motorcyclists representing all social groups.

FEMA's primary objective is to represent European motorcyclists both within the European Union and agencies of the United Nations.