Ride with Respect.
The public, the land and fellow riders!
Stay legal, stay safe!
Recreational trail bike rider survey
Thanks for responding to the trail bike survey. Over 2,400 riders responded, a fantastic result. We would like to share a presentation of the results on the MCC of NSW website here.
This presentation was prepared by Outdoors NSW & ACT and funded by the NSW Office of Sport. We are working with them to develop a strategy based on the results of the survey to establish trail riding as a legitimate & sustainable recreational activity so we can enjoy trail riding well into the future.
WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT
You told us in the survey that you wanted representation for our sport in NSW, so now it’s up to you to do your bit to help us help you. Please consider joining the MCC of NSW Trail Bike Riders Facebook page here so we can keep you up to date with what’s happening and for you to provide feedback to us.
Advocating for Trail Riders,
We value our right to ride legally on Crown Land and support the rights of all land users and the public. We are at your service and we will promote and defend our rights as legally permitted holders of riding licences and using fully registered trail bikes . Your concerns about trail riding issues are our concerns.
Currently we are working with various local representatives of the Local Land Services and Forestry Corp to provide alternate trail routes around sensitive areas in order to both protect the environment yet retain our access to existing trails.
Why Join MCCNSW?
Because you’ll help yourself get a better deal as a motorcycle rider.
MCCNSW does not receive any Government support to help fund its work.
Anyone can become an MCCNSW Associate Member. Your support will help us represent road, dirt, track and farm riders; men, women and children; motorcycle, scooter, trike and quad riders. Riders just like you. MCCNSW Associate Members can make a huge difference to the rights and safety of all motorcyclists, by highlighting the issues that affect them.
Associate Members are invited and encouraged to attend monthly meetings to raise issues and hear first hand what is being done to improve motorcycling.