MCC Seeks FIM Affiliation

By | Competition, News | No Comments

Looking to create unified voice for motorcycle racing across Canada

The Motorcyclists Confederation of Canada (MCC) recently held the Canadian Motorcycle Racing Summit, a discovery meeting to gauge the pulse of motorcycle racing in Canada. This event is the first step of our public consultation to hear from the racing community, and to listen to their suggestions, concerns, and vision for the future of motorcycle racing across Canada.   Read More

Canadian Motorcycle Racing Summit

By | | No Comments
The Motorcyclists Confederation of Canada (MCC) and the MCC Competition Council, representing national racing, is seeking input from racers and supporters on the current and future needs of Canadian off-road racers in order to grow the sport and ensure we have an international presence. MCC is the voice of motorcycling in Canada. This is an opportunity to add your voice to the future of motorcycle racing.

The meeting will be held at the Toronto Motorcycle Show, at the Enercare Centre, Exhibition Place, in Room 108B. Show admission is not required to attend the meeting.

RSVP by February 15 to info@motorcycling.ca

A year of growth for MCC

By | News | No Comments

Reflecting on successes of 2017

The Motorcyclists Confederation of Canada (MCC) held their Annual General Meeting on November 4, 2017 in Toronto, Ontario. Our organization meets all year long to plan, strategize and look for opportunities to represent motorcyclists at the national level. Read More

Motorcycle Safety Needed Now More Than Ever

By | News | No Comments

Ontario motorcycle study highlights the importance of increased motorcycle safety

A study published November 20th in the Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ) takes a close look at the direct medical costs of motorcycle crashes in Ontario. Through their analysis of medical costs associated with automobile and motorcycle crashes, the study found “that each motorcycle incurs 3 times the injuries, 6 times the medical costs and 5 times the deaths of each automobile.” Read More