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Manufacturers' recalls: your Husqvarna TR650 Terra & TR650 Strada, model year 2013/2014 couls stall due to a problem with the software of the electronic control unit (ECU).

FEMA, Europe's leading motorcyclists' organization, shows you all manufacturers' recalls: www.fema-online.eu/recalls
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REMINDER: From 15th January 2017, those not complying with the low emission zone in Paris will be sent fines of between €68 and €135.

Taking your bike to Paris? Read this! > www.fema-online.eu/website/index.php/2017/01/16/paris-starts-enforcing-low-emissions-zones

Vehicles driving in Paris need to have a ‘Crit’Air’ sticker, which shows the vehicle emissions. The Crit’Air sticker is mandatory if you want to ride during a pollution event or in a low emission zone. For non-French vehicles, the service for ordering the Crit’Air sticker is available online (the link is on our website).
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Cypriot motorcyclists take to the streets to raise awareness.

Read more > www.fema-online.eu/website/index.php/2017/05/22/cypriot-motorcyclists
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Low-emission zones and city bans could force motorcyclists into cars.

A FEMA survey shows that motorcyclists who are no longer allowed to commute on their low-cost, pre-2006 motorcycles, may switch to using a car instead. This could have serious consequences for urban traffic, congestion and pollution.

Read the full article and the survey results > www.fema-online.eu/website/index.php/2017/05/18/low-emission
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Dolf Willigers, FEMA’s general secretary, writes about his work in Brussels, representing European motorcyclists. His latest blog is called 'Road safety, an ongoing challenge'.

Read the blog > www.fema-online.eu/website/index.php/category/blogs
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MAG Belgium: ‘Motorcyclists must be allowed on bus lanes’

The Motorcycle Action Group Belgium (MAG Belgium) is asking for motorcyclists to be allowed to use bus lanes. Deputy Prime Minister and motorcyclist Kris Peeters supports this proposal.

Read the full article > www.fema-online.eu/website/index.php/2017/05/08/bus-lanes
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Swedish motorcyclists launch guidelines for safer roads.

SMC, the Swedish FEMA member organization, has just released guidelines which shows how roads can be improved for motorcyclists.

Read the full article > www.fema-online.eu/website/index.php/2017/04/24/swedish-motorcyclists-launch-guidelines-for-safer-roads
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European motorcyclists' organizations working together.

This week the periodic meeting between FEMA and FIM Europe was held at the FIM Europe office in Rome.

Read the full article > www.fema-online.eu/website/index.php/2017/04/20/european-motorcyclists-organizations-working-together-2
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MAG UK: 'The current motor vehicle tax regime in the United Kingdom creates a failure of trust in the parliamentary system because riders perceive the regime as unjust.'

MAG UK director Ian Churchlow wrote an opinion piece on the motorcycle taxation system in the United Kingdom. Ian is also MAG UK’s delegate to FEMA.

Read the full opinion piece > www.fema-online.eu/website/index.php/2017/04/08/2008
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Motorcyclists do not allow themselves to be distracted form their riding tasks easily, according to research by the Dutch motorcyclists’ organizations KNMV and FEMA member MAG Netherlands. They examined the use of communication and navigation systems on motorcycles.

Read the full article > www.fema-online.eu/website/index.php/2017/04/12/motorcyclists-are-not-easily-distracted
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