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Basingstoke Motorcycle Action Group
Currently there are no Basingstoke MAG meetings. If anyone is interested in re-starting Basingstoke MAG, please get in contact with Tim Peregrine at

Everybody is welcome no matter what you ride. There are  two sides to MAG Basingstoke, the first promoting riders rights and safety. The other is social, having a good time and in the process raising money for local charities.

An appeal to members: Please fill in the new Direct Debit mandate form to automatically make your annual membership payments. To download the form view our Direct Debit pdf form link or visit MAG's page at MAG Membership link

Basingstoke MAG AGM news
held on 18th April 2019

The meeting re-elected the same officers as last year.

Rep:          Mike "Sammy" Roberts
Dep rep:    Richard Ilsley
Treasurer: Briony Williams

Next Basingstoke MAG AGM


Southern Region MAG AGM
19th February 2022,
13:30 for 14:00 start.

Southern Region MAG's AGM
Venue: The Station Inn, 63 Bridge Street, Andover Sp10 1BY
Don't forget to bring your current MAG membership
card to enable you to vote. 
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  Popham Motorcycle Mega Meet 14th August 2022

Venue: Popham Airfield, Coxford Down, nr Winchester,
North side of the A303, halfway between the junctions
of the A34 and the M3.


  MAG AGC 24th September 2022

Venue: Edward VII Working Men's Club, 65 Leeds Road, Allerton Bywater, Castleford WF10 2HE
Booking in from 10:00, conference starts 12:00



So what is MAG UK about

The Motorcycle Action Group (MAG UK) is a lobbying organisation that exists to protect motorcycling from negative legislation that threatens the pleasure of riders.

Established in 1973 specifically to campaign for the repeal of the mandatory helmet law MAG has dramatically broadened the scope of its activity and has now established itself as the legitimate voice of the road-riding motorcyclist in the UK.

Beyond that we have taken responsibility for promoting a better motorcycling environment through local lobbying on convenience issues such as bus lane use, advanced stop lines, congestion charging and parking facilities.

MAG is more interested than most in promoting the interests of road safety but not at the expense of our right to ride, enjoy fundamental freedoms and control our machines.

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