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European motorcyclists are positive about the 3rd Mobility package.

FEMA is content that road safety is clearly on the agenda of the European Commission. The Commission recognizes the need to invest in road safety in general and particularly in safe road infrastructure. Hopefully this will lead to better and safer roads, benefitting the European motorcyclists.

Read more > www.fema-online.eu/website/index.php/2018/10/18/3rd-mobility-package
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FEMA survey on sound and road closures: 'Banning motorcycles from the road is not the answer'.

A large majority of European motorcyclists (74%) do not believe that it makes sense that roads are closed for motorcyclists when motorcycle noise leads to complaints. Simply banning motorcycles from the road is not the answer to perceived nuisance by passing motorcycles.

Read the full article and view the survey results > www.fema-online.eu/website/index.php/2018/10/04/survey-sound-results
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MANUFACTURERS' RECALLS: your Suzuki DL250's top case rack could break and the top case could fall onto the road. Your Indian Scout, Scout Sixty or Scout Bobber may have air in the brake liquid circuit of the ABS system. This can cause a descrease in the performance of the brake, which could increase the risk of accident.

FEMA, Europe's leading motorcyclists' organization, shows you all manufacturers' recalls: www.fema-online.eu/recalls
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Safer roads for motorcyclists.

FEMA and ERF launched their campaign 'Road Infrastructure Safety - The Motorcyclists' Vision' during an event in the European Parliament, hosted by MEP (and motorcyclist) Wim van de Camp.

Read the full story, view the pictures and read the FEMA/ERF position paper > www.fema-online.eu/website/index.php/2018/09/26/infra_campaign
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MANUFACTURERS' RECALL: Specific types of MV Agusta built between 12/03/2018 and 30/04/2018 may have a fork that has an axle carrier with an excessive play of the wheel clamping screw. This defect could cause a potential malfunction of the fork assembly, which would lead to loss of control of the vehicle during normal use.

FEMA, Europe's leading motorcyclists' organization, shows you all manufacturers' recalls: www.fema-online.eu/recalls
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Finnish government: ‘Ride a motorcycle!’

It sounds like a joke, but it is true: the Finnish government urges people to ride motorcycles to reach its emission targets. New motorcycles and mopeds are needed for traffic to reach the 2030 climate goals.

Read the full article > www.fema-online.eu/website/index.php/2018/09/19/finnish-government
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Motorcycles are the answer!

It sound so obvious, but when it comes to urban mobility, FEMA believes motorcycles and other powered two-wheelers should be actively promoted as a great alternative for cars. Especially during the annual European Mobility Week.

Read the full article > www.fema-online.eu/website/index.php/2018/09/14/motorcycles-are-the-answer
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MANUFACTURERS' RECALL: your Triumph Street Triple R or RS's electrical circuits in the left hand switch cube may be sealed incorrectly. This can cause moisture to penertrate the cube, which can cause malfunctioning of the turn signal indicator and headlamp control switches, and lead to an accident.

FEMA, Europe's leading motorcyclists' organization, shows you all manufacturers' recalls: www.fema-online.eu/recalls
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New motorcycle test dummy is taking shape.

To test modern car technologies such as Advanced Emergency Braking System and other advanced driver assistance systems, a new motorcycle test dummy is being developed.

Read the full article > www.fema-online.eu/website/index.php/2018/09/12/motorcycle-test-dummy
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MAG UK: 'No charges for motorcycles in Birmingham City’s Clean Air Zone'.

FEMA member MAG UK has won a landmark campaign to gain exemption for motorcycles of all ages from Birmingham City Council’s Clean Air Zone.

Read the full story > www.fema-online.eu/website/index.php/2018/09/11/no-charges-for-motorcycles
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