Latest News

  • New Meeting Format

    We’ve changed the format of our General meetings to include regular guest speakers and a Club Profile by one of our delegates about their club. All motorcyclists are welcome to attend the MCC's...

  • Helmet Laws

    On 11th December 2015 the use of helmets meeting International Helmet standard UN ECE 22.05 became legal for use in NSW. For more information click here

  • Cameras on Helmets

    The use of cameras on motorcycle helmets is now legal in the ACT provided that the mount is “frangible”. ACT Legislative Instrument The NSW Centre for Road Safety is undertaking another round of...

  • Increased Penalties for Phone Use While Driving

    Mobile phone offences have been added to double demerit periods. Also, an additional demerit point will be added to the existing standard penalty of three points. For more info Know The Rules

  • Historic Registration Rules

    On 4th September 2015 Duncan Gay, the Minister for Roads announced a new additional Historic Registration scheme (Classic Vehicle Scheme) to run along side the existing scheme. Download from the link ...

  • Putty Road and Oxley Highway Emergency Phone Locations

    The MCC has put together a pamphlet outlining the location of Emergency Phones along the Putty Road. A pamphlet is in preparation for the recently installed phones on the Oxley Highway. For more...

  • Lane Filtering legalised

    On 1st July 2014, lane filtering was legalised in NSW. The MCC of NSW has fought for this legalisation for many years. For more details click here

  • About M.A.R.I.

    A brief history of M.A.R.I.

So WHAT

So, WHAT can a Helmet do for me?

A Good Rider is a Good Risk Manager

About Road Rules

About UN/ECE22-05 versus AS/NZS1698

About AS/NZS1698 Safety Ratings

About UN/ECE22-05 Safety Ratings

Risk Management

A head injury is the most common cause of death for motorcyclists.

A helmet with more head coverage gives better protection.

More than 3/4 of impact damage happens on the front of helmets.

Standards testing of all helmet types is incredibly important.

The outer shell is the first line of protection. It works with the strap to keep the helmet on your head. It will flex in a crash and may crack.

The inner impact absorption layer is the critical stage of defence.

The strap is critical for keeping a helmet on your head in a crash

Helmets come off in around 11% of all crashes. Do it up, snug.

This can also happen if the helmet is too big, even when the strap is done up.

Every head is unique and you'll find some brands and models that simply won't work with you.


Never buy a helmet YOU haven't had on YOUR head.

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