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Nov 18, 2014
FEMA tells European Commission: 'There is no need for a three stage license system'. In Brussels FEMA brought forward the topic of training and licensing and offered help and expertise to the European Commission to formulate a suitable directive.
Nov 11, 2014
Today FEMA, FIM and FIM Europe representatives met in Brussels. Since july the organisations have worked on the draft OECD*-ITF report on the safety of powered two wheelers.
Oct 21, 2014
In Finland young moped riders and young motorcyclists gather regularly to ride together and have the biggest fun on two wheels. Tommi Lumiaho (MP69) and Jani Immonen (Smoto) tell the Finnish story.
Sep 23, 2014
This summer, the Federation of European Motorcyclists Associations FEMA, made tests in European cities with different modes of transport.
Sep 4, 2014
  In Sweden six out of 22 motorcyclists who have been killed on a motorcycle in 2014 have collided with a crash barrier.
Sep 2, 2014
The European Parliament is back in session, so let the lobbying begin! All MEP's get a letter from FEMA, explaining our role as representative of European motorcyclists.
Jul 31, 2014
The European Commission has recently launched a proposal for a Regulation on Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). FEMA insists that the use of personal protective equipment should always be optional for the rider.
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.