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Another scrumptious MCCNSW Newsletter:

Hi All,

Great news!  The MCC are pleased to announce that our February 2021 meeting will be our first “face-to-face” meeting with delegates and friends of the MCC.  It seems a long-time coming and I’m really looking forward to seeing and speaking with you all at Club Ryde. 
 
Please delegates, invite as many members from your clubs to attend.  It is important for the MCC committee to reconnect with as many of our members as possible on this momentous occasion of a legal gathering of like-minded individuals.
 
The ongoing issue with CTP scheme 
 
The MCC will not stop battling for the best and fairest outcome for motorcyclists of NSW. 
 
If you are encountering problems with making a CTP claim you should contact your club delegate or any member of the MCC committee directly.  We may be able to assist you.  SIRA (the regulator of CTP insurance) has proven to be open to investigate some cases where special circumstances are involved.
 
Motorcycle Awareness Month 2020

MAM went well this year with many events organised on a much lower profile due to the damn Covid.
 
One of the more notable events was the Cessnock City Council Joe Rider campaign, which was a joint-venture between several of the councils of the Upper Hunter region. 
 
The event received 605 sightings which is a fantastic result.  The MCC is pleased and proud that we were invited as guest speakers to the opening of this inaugural event.  We also received good airtime coverage on NBN Newcastle local news. 
 
A big thank you goes to the Road Safety Officers who organised and ran the event from all those councils involved.
 
MotoCAP going from strength to strength
 
The Five-star rating system for motorcycle safety clothing have seen many manufacturers being added to the list.  This rating system quantifies the claims of manufacturers that their products perform as advertised. 
 
Due to the MCC’s efforts, several committee members recently attended a demonstration at Crashlab.  The facility and their testing regime is very impressive.  We also received good air-time on local news media.
 
Trail Riders subcommittee at MCC 
 
Several people have boldly stepped forward and formed a subcommittee under the MCC.  Their first task was information gathering from the various groups and individual trail bike riders. 
 
This rapidly expanding pastime has proven over the past several months to be a valuable means of maintaining a balanced strong mental health as well as physical fitness.  
 
Anyone who enjoys this outdoor activity is invited to join the Facebook page.  

The MCC is eager for any recreational riding groups with a formal or informal structure to join the MCC.  This will give your riding group a good solid base of information and support.  It also enables us to represent the needs of all recreational riders of NSW as fervently as we represent all other forms of motorcycling within NSW. 
 
Please check out the MCC website for further details of membership and the activities of the MCC that benefit all motorcyclists of NSW.
 
 
So get out there and ride, visit and support our regional communities  who are recovering from Covid and bushfires and drop a line to the MCC of where your groups are visiting so others may also benefit.  

I’m sure you are all sick of hearing about COVID-19 but do not become complacent as familiarity leads to contempt which, may lead to infection.  Please, follow all the instructions and advice from the health professionals especially in washing your hands - a simple and necessary task. 

Happy holidays,  
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Motorcycle Council of NSW meetings
The Motorcycle Council of NSW meets on the first Monday of each month at
Club Ryde, 724 Victoria Rd, Ryde at 6:30 PM.  However, during COVID-19 restrictions, we are conducting video-conferencing of our meetings.

Meetings are not only for clubs or delegates. All motorcyclists are invited to attend.

Next meetings  - 1st February 2021 (@ Club Ryde)
1st March 2021 (@ Club Ryde)
5th April 2021 (@ Club Ryde)

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Sydney CBD Motorcycle Parking Survey -
Results Nov 2020

From your survey, Meriton are offering 24/7 secure motorcycle parking in Sussex Street, Sydney at less than $10 per day on a monthly contract.
 

Click here to read the results

 


Motorcycle theft predicted to climb with pandemic 
 Geoff Hughes from NMVRC, advises how we can secure our motorcycles at home and when out and about.
Read here

 


 Your next road trip could be here.

Some of our favourite motorcycle rides in NSW. 
Pack your bags, off we go! 

 
Road trips

 

 

Heading interstate these summer holidays?
Check your CTP Insurance if you are covered.  NSW CTP Insurance covers riders and drivers for single vehicle crashes but only if the accident occurs in NSW.  The CTP legislation in the State or Territory in which the crash occurs, determines the compensation you receive.  
Learn more.

 

 

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What's coming up...

 

 

Over the coming months, the committee will be working on:

  • Encouraging trail clubs and riding groups to join the MCC - to help preserve the rights of trail bike riders and access to the track network for riders of registered trail bikes.

 

 

Motorcycling Events on at ....

* Please check event websites for COVID-19 updates

 

Our next survey will be on ...
This survey will be created by NMVTRC about motorcycle theft.  They want to hear about your experience with motorcycle theft and what you do to protect your bike.
We will let you know when the link is available.


 

 

 

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Riding weather returns, as does another fantabulous MCCNSW Newsletter:


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Spring news.

                         
                          
Hi there,

I once had a car driver wind down his window whilst stopped in traffic in some of the most horrendous wild weather.  He said to me 'wish you weren't on a motorcycle now, buddy'.  Without hesitation, I replied 'Not really, I'd just like it to stop raining.' 

Only a motorcyclist could imagine his facial expression.

There are several common factors that bind us as riders in our passion for motorcycling - the costs, the bugs and all the types of obstacles on and off the road, including the big one none of us can predict or control, the weather.

You may be like me, when I think of my most enjoyable reminisces of rides they also include some of the worst scenarios.  Surprisingly, not always the nice, sweeping sharp corners of a rider's road, incident free.  The most memorable stories are of being wet cold and muddy.  Or simply surviving a journey of totally unexpected outcomes with amazing final destinations.  It is the stuff that makes life worth living to the fullest and really does bring us together.

So next time you head out on the road for a ride, and you notice the under rail crash barriers or improved regional roads, or are lane filtering through heavy traffic, or pay your rego, please remember a lot of these simple things you take for granted have not been given to you freely. 

In most cases, it's through the constant participation of dedicated people, attending never ending meetings or writing endless submissions, often duplicated over many years. 

This is the MCC and a small band of volunteers who ask only the simplest and noblest deed of you. 

As a motorcyclist, support the MCC by becoming an Associated Member and reap the benefits of the only group who has no hidden agendas and works tirelessly for all New South Wales motorcyclists. 

From the Chairman of the Motorcycle Council of NSW, please stay safe and read on to see what we have achieved in the last few months.  You'll also find lots of useful information for both experienced, returning and those new to motorcycling.


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Motorcycle Council of NSW meetings
The Motorcycle Council of NSW meets on the first Monday of each month at
Club Ryde, 724 Victoria Rd, Ryde at 6:30 PM.  However, during COVID-19 restrictions, we are conducting video-conferencing of our meetings.

Meetings are not only for clubs or delegates. All motorcyclists are invited to attend.

Next meetings  - 5th October 2020
2nd November 2020
7th December 2020
                         
                          

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Trail Bike Survey -
prelim results Sept 2020
<> As of early September 2020, we have had over 1900 responses to our survey.  Here are some interesting stats so far. 
 
Click here to read the results<>

Why riding is good for your mental health 

Dr. Joe Dunn, a psychiatrist and avid motorcyclist talks to us about the mental health benefits of riding (you'll love point number 2).<>

Read here 

 Check out these weather apps before your next trip.

How many times have you left the house for a ride in full sunshine, only to have the heaven’s open?  You could use these weather apps!  
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Case study:
Don't expect to get your day in court

 <> 12 months ago a rider approached the MCC of NSW to help him get his bike repaired after it was run into by a tow truck. It didn't go as planned.
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Get to know:
2019-20 Patron MCC of NSW,
Greg Piper MP
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We spoke to Greg about his passion for motorcycles, and the differences between riding in Australia and the U.S. 
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What's coming up...

                         
Over the coming months, the committee will be working on:
       
  • 2 Community Road Safety Grants have been made, one to develop a Road Safety Strategy for the MCC and the other to produce three trail bike riding videos

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Yep, Trip (a Lake Mac local and now President) has kicked off this worthwhile tradition again; here it is:


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Summer news.

Fellow Delegates,

Welcome to our revamped quarterly newsletters, hope you find them interesting and informative.
 
The MCC continues to represent you at meetings with Government agencies where the MCC is seen as “the go to organisation” for all matters relating to motorcycling. The MCC has regular meetings with the State Insurance Regulatory Authority (SIRA). A report on recent meetings to discuss CTP is contained in this newsletter.

The MCC has also recently met with Transport for NSW to discuss the use of Audio Tactile Line Marking, Temporary Portable Rumble Strips which are used at roadwork site, Road Rules Awareness Week and the development of a video on ABS braking which will describe how it feels when ABS is activated.
 
The MCC is now webcasting our monthly General Meetings.  If you wish to participate in these webcasts, please contact our Secretary at [email protected]
 
I ask that everyone support the MCC even at the smallest level by joining the Associate Members Scheme for a measly $25 insuring the continuance of the MCC into the future.  Plus, there is the 2 tiered breakdown service and discounted insurance deal from Swann.  “Helping Those Who Ride, Decide”. Go to our website www.mccofnsw.org.au to sign up.
 
Keep riding and smiling and remember to expect that all other road users cannot see you.  Act as if you are invisible, consider an escape route at every intersection or encounter with other road users and ride to your ability and comfort level.  A great ride is one where you arrive home, safe and sound.
 
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Motorcycle Council of NSW meetings
The Motorcycle Council of NSW meets on the first Monday of each month at
Club Ryde, 724 Victoria Rd, Ryde at 6:30 PM.

Meetings are not only for clubs or delegates. All motorcyclists are invited to attend.

Next meetings  - 6th April 2020
4th May 2020
1st June 2020
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Road Rules Survey results - February 2020<> As of early March 2020, we had 1065 responses to our survey.  We thank you for taking the time to complete the survey. 
 
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CTP Insurance<> The MCC of NSW are championing motorcycle riders, ensuring they are getting the best possible deal under the new CTP insurance scheme.
 
Here's what we've been up to with Motorcycle CTP Insurance<>
Case study: Helmet Compliance<> Read how the MCC of NSW helped a rider after they were issued a fine for wearing a non-compliant helmet even though they were wearing an identified and marked UN ECE 22.05 compliant helmet .
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What's coming up...

Over the coming months, the committee will be working on:
  • Ensuring riders are getting the best possible deal for their CTP Insurance
  • Input into Road Rule Awareness Week campaign which this year is from 30/3/20 to 5/4/20.
  • Trialing the webcasting at our General Meetings
  • A safety review of the Bylong Valley Way with Transport for NSW
  • Recreational registration for dirt bikes with Sonia Hornery, MP member for Wallsend
  • Attending the Road Safety Seminar Monday 23rd March
Motorcycling Events on at ....
Our next survey will be on ...
Riders views on how, in the medium to long term, the CTP insurance scheme could be changed to give riders a better deal.
This will be conducted in April/May 2020.

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Well it turns out newsletters stopped coming out a couple of years ago. Here is an interesting report from Guy Stanford, one of the MCCNSW's finest:



Date:     Fri, 16 Mar 2018 10:03:55


Yesterday, on behalf of AMC, I attended the ACCC's 2018 National Consumer Congress. Some interesting speakers and reports from the ACCC on their action plans.


In general terms, we are consumers and, as we saw with helmets, the Australian Consumer Law is in pretty good shape and with good C'th - State agreements, which enabled much of what was achieved with helmets.


One item worth mentioning is that the ACCC and DOTARS are working together on the Takata airbag recall. Many things come out of this.


One is that DOTARS do not have the legal power to force a compulsory recall. This is the prime reason the airbag recall has taken so long.
It has also caused the ACCC to take a bit of a jaundiced view of the car industry's willingness to sort problems (some good actors, some not so good)


This will be followed up with other items of relevance to us.


Primarily, the making available of service data for very recent vehicles to aftermarket registered workshops.
In many cases, non-factory service shops cannot even reset a service light without access to the dealer networked computer system. (e.g. Mazda dealer demanded $160 to turn off the "service light" on a Mazda after it was serviced by a non-Mazda dealership - it took 5 minutes).


The C'th is looking at increasing the legal powers of DOTARS to allow them to conduct their own compulsory recalls within the vehicle industry, as a kind of "little brother" of the ACCC.


Data protection was big ticket item at the Congress. The work plan for the ACC is (1) Banks, (2) Energy, (3) Telco.


The electricity market arrangements received unanimous panning as unworkable and gouging, with the vulnerable having to pay more.


Data management by software was also on the list with "no privacy as default setting" being the main target.


An excellent presentation on autonomous vehicles was given by Kate Mathews. I commend her publications available from Bond Uni:


http://epublications.bond.edu.au/theses/179/


http://epublications.bond.edu.au/law_pubs/811/


http://epublications.bond.edu.au/law_pubs/764/




Kate first came to our attention during the NTC submission phase on autonomous vehicles in 2016 https://www.ntc.gov.au/media/1457/ntc-discussion-paper-regulatory-options-for-automated-vehicles-may-2016-kate-mathews-bond-university-jul-2016.pdf


The IOT, or "Internet Of Things" is coming at us at high speed.
Autonomous cars are simply a data collecting platform.
AI algorithms are set to know more about us, our habits, whereabouts, etc, then our closest friends or even ourselves.


The problem is with AI algorithms talking to other AI algorithms in a daisy chain, where the various algorithms have inherent bias Already we have two different AI systems at Google, talking to each other in a meta-language that humans cannot yet understand.


I presented in helmets as a case study in market manipulation by sticker and a brief overview of what it took to fix it. They gave me the runner up prize for presentation in the "Soapbox" session (I didn't even know there was a competition, but it's in the ACCC name).


A number of parties came over and talked to me at the next break, seeking assistance on addressing their issues with Standards (including Standards Australia, who appear to have taken the events with helmets on board to re-organise some things)


Overall, the ACCC was encouraging of a strong and dynamic consumer action group and seeking to activate consumers to fight hard on their issues.


The AMC emerged as a sort of poster boy for this, so the AMC has earned some respect from the non-motorcycling community.


Regards,
Guy Stanford
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Re: MCCNSW - Motorcycle Council of NSW Newsletters July 2016
« Reply #9 on: 12 Jul 2016, 01:11 PM »
Here are the content pages from the latest newsletter; download the .pdf to get the extra pages of supporter advertising (some great ones in there so it is worth doing) and higher resolution pics / text.

There is some decent content in here, which I will start another topic on. But this newsletter came with the following intro:

 So what’s in it for you?
CTP Changes on their way from the NSW Government and it looks like a stitch up.
New road rules in force from 1 July

What have we been up to? Plenty.

How can you assist? Volunteer.

 
Really worth supporting the NSW MCC efforts by becoming an individual supporter - how about it then? Thank you.

Note this and previous newsletters can be downloaded from http://www.mccofnsw.org.au/a/326.html
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Re: MCCNSW - Motorcycle Council of NSW Newsletters April 2016
« Reply #8 on: 09 May 2016, 12:53 PM »
Here are the content pages from the latest newsletter; download the .pdf to get the extra pages of supporter advertising (some great ones in their so it is worth doing) and higher resolution pics / text.

Really worth supporting the NSW MCC efforts by becoming an individual supporter - how about it then? Thank you.

Note this and previous newsletters can be downloaded from http://www.mccofnsw.org.au/a/326.html
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Re: MCCNSW - Motorcycle Council of NSW Newsletters Dec 2015
« Reply #7 on: 02 Feb 2016, 12:34 PM »
Called Dec 2015, but not released until a couple of days ago! This one is the looong story about helmet certification and gives a great picture of what really is needed to get a seemingly simple thing like the ability to buy and use any properly certified helmet in the country. The nett effect should be helmet prices coming down and alternate brands becoming available. We'll see how that one pans out in time, but great work by the hard-working voluntary MCCNSW Comittee. Really worth supporting their efforts by becoming an individual supporter - how about it then? Thank you.

Here are the content pages, download the pdf to get the extra pages of supporter advertising (some great ones in their so it is worth doing) and higher resolution pics / text.

Note this and previous newsletters can be downloaded from http://www.mccofnsw.org.au/a/326.html
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Re: MCCNSW - Motorcycle Council of NSW Newsletters Sept 2015
« Reply #6 on: 02 Feb 2016, 12:27 PM »
And here is the other errant one...

Here are the content pages, download the pdf to get the extra pages of supporter advertising (some great ones in their so it is worth doing) and higher resolution pics / text.

Note this and previous newsletters can be downloaded from http://www.mccofnsw.org.au/a/326.html
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Re: MCCNSW - Motorcycle Council of NSW Newsletters June 2015
« Reply #5 on: 02 Feb 2016, 12:25 PM »
Bizarrely I just went to post the just released Dec newsletter and found the two prior had not been posted, although of course you can always check the link and get them asap.

Here are the content pages, download the pdf to get the extra pages of supporter advertising (some great ones in their so it is worth doing) and higher resolution pics / text.

Note this and previous newsletters can be downloaded from http://www.mccofnsw.org.au/a/326.html
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Here are the content pages, download the pdf to get the extra pages of supporter advertising (some great ones in their so it is worth doing) and higher resolution pics / text.

Note this and previous newsletters can be downloaded from http://www.mccofnsw.org.au/a/326.html
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Re: MCCNSW - Motorcycle Council of NSW Newsletters - Feb 2015
« Reply #3 on: 07 Mar 2015, 10:28 AM »
Here are the content pages, download the pdf to get the extra pages of supporter advertising (some great ones in their so it is worth doing) and higher resolution pics / text.

Note this and previous newsletters can be downloaded from http://www.mccofnsw.org.au/a/326.html
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Re: MCCNSW - Motorcycle Council of NSW Newsletters - Dec 2014
« Reply #2 on: 07 Mar 2015, 10:26 AM »
OK, just now getting throgh the wall of email while I didn't look at the 'puta for a month over Christmas - Jan and it seems newsletter writing by MCC has slowed down a bit in 2014 as, after an 8 month break, one was finally released in Dec. Here are the content pages, download the pdf to get the 3 extra pages of supporter advertising (some great ones in their so it is worth doing) and higher resolution pics / text.


Note this and previous newsletters can be downloaded from http://www.mccofnsw.org.au/a/326.html
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MCCNSW - Motorcycle Council of NSW Newsletters
« Reply #1 on: 05 Apr 2014, 04:00 PM »
Continuing on from http://hunterdog.org.au/DiscussionBoard/index.php?topic=890.0 here is the Feb / March 2014 newsletter. Download the pdf to get the last few pages of adverts.

And, to repeat the news from the last posting: CTP premium savings via Monaland's discount NOW you only have to be over 30 to get. Check out this and the many other advertiser benefits.
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