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The Motorcycle & Moped Industry Council wants to extend that warm welcome to those who may now be thinking about getting started into motorcycling.

There are a number of practical reasons to ride a motorcycle but there are even more very human ones.

Our industry wants to send out the message that the world of motorcycling is an inclusive, welcoming one in which just about everyone can participate safely, easily and have an awful lot of fun while they’re doing it.

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The Shared Road To Safety

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The Shared Road To Safety – A Global Approach for Safer Motorcycling

The Motorcycle & Moped Industry Council is a member of the IMMA – International Motorcycle Manufacturers Association.

The safety of motorcycle riders is a high priority of the global motorcycle industry. Safer motorcycling leads to more sustainable motorcycling and the realization of the key benefits that motorcycles can bring to transport and the economy.  Road safety strategy should be focused on a progressive improvement of both road safety policy and practice. 

The industry believes that the most sustainable route to safer motorcycling lies within taking a comprehensive approach to safety policy and practice, based on a ‘shared responsibility’ approach. In order to realize this and ensure that safety is managed with an even hand and on a level playing field, the first and most important step is to recognize motorcycling’s place within society and overall transport strategies.

 Click here for the free download of the industry publication: The Shared Road to Safety -A Global Approach to Safer Motorcycling.

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Monthly Motorcycle Sales Reports

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Monthly Motorcycle Sales Reports

The Motorcycle & Moped Industry council is pleased to present you with our complimentary monthly Canadian Motorcycle and Off-Highway Vehicle retail sales reports via our monthly industry digest Canada Now.

The reports are prepared by our Director of Communications, David Grummett.

The sales data in the reports in generated by our Manager of Statistics and Finance, Verina Muharremi .



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Motorcycle Roadside Sound Test

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The SAE J2825 Sound Test for Motorcycles

On-highway riders and their bikes don’t have to be victims of questionable sound-level checks anymore, thanks to a new procedure developed by the Motorcycle Industry Council (MIC) in partnership with SAE International, and the Motorcycle & Moped Industry Council (MMIC), as one of its funding partners.

The MIC and the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) established the SAE J 2825 sound test, which will provide a quick, easy, economical, and science-based tool for accurately identifying motorcycles with excessively noisy sound emissions.

Now, law-enforcement authorities have a simple, quick, economical tool for accurately identifying motorcycles with excessively loud exhaust systems. The SAE document J2825, “Measurement of Exhaust Sound Pressure Levels of Stationary On-Highway Motorcycles,” meets the need for a practical, consistent roadside sound test.

MMIC and its member manufacturers and distributors recommend the new SAE J 2825 stationary sound test procedure for on-highway motorcycles and encourage the implementation of these standards across Canada.

To order the SAE J2825 standard go to:www.sae.org/technical/standards/J2825_200905

Also please see our pamphlet entitled “Sound Advice: Motorcycle Roadside Sound Test” .

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Open Road® Motorcycle Insurance

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You ride.  We ride. The Open Road program was designed to provide an easy, cost effective means to acquire insurance for you, the motorcyclist.

Open Road Motorcycle Insurance is the only insurance program endorsed by all of the major motorcycle distributors in Canada. This program is owned by Power Sports Services (PSS). PSS is a subsidiary of the Motorcycle & Moped Industry Council (MMIC) and the Canadian Off-Highway Vehicle Distributors Council (COHV).

“Insurance for motorcyclists by motorcyclists” what does that mean? It means Open Road’s goal is to offer you more choice to get you lower insurance premiums. Save you money with friendly, helpful service.

For convenience and additional discounts you have the option to add your home and automobile policies. Open Road insures you – the motorcyclist, not just the motorcycle. This means we can insure your street bike, dirt bike, ATV and Side-by-Side plus your home and your other automobile. Adding other coverage opens the door to more insurance companies that would prefer to insure your bike as part of a greater portfolio. This can lead to greater savings!

My Insurance Brokers (MIB) are the licensed professionals that facilitate the Open Road program and provide you with the exceptional service they are renowned for.

Visit the Open Road website to get a quote!

www.openroadinsurance.ca

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Contact Manager of Policy and Government Relations

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Please use this form to contact MMIC’s Manager of Policy and Government Relations, Paul Demers.

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General Contact for the Motorcycle & Moped Industry Council

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