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Facilitating Change

Our needs as road users are rarely considered by those who draft legislation, change regulations or implement road safety campaigns. If we don’t work at maintaining amd improving legislation, regulations… Continue reading Facilitating Change


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Past Achievements

The MCC of NSW has a long history of successful lobbying on behalf of individual motorcyclists. A number of those achievements of the MCC of NSW are listed below. Free… Continue reading Past Achievements

Contact Us

Motor Cycle Council of NSWPO Box 517Parramatta 2124 Ph: 1300 679 622 (1300 NSW MCC) General EnquiriesPlease direct enquiries to: MCC Email Club Liaison OfficerClub representatives needing information, please contactClub… Continue reading Contact Us

Contact the MCC

To contact the Motorcycle Council: Write to:Motor Cycle Council of NSWLevel 1, Suite F, Octagon110 George StreetParramatta NSW 2150 Postal Address: PO Box 517Parramatta CBD BC 2124 Ph: (02) 9615… Continue reading Contact the MCC

Club Information

The MCC of NSW is a federation of motorcycle clubs in New South Wales. These are all kinds of clubs, all kinds of bikes, all kinds of riders, all kinds… Continue reading Club Information

Rider Information

Ultimately, the MCC of NSW is representing the interests of individual riders – you! In this section we seek to provide you with useful information to make your riding safer… Continue reading Rider Information

Disclaimer and Copyright

The MCC road safety web site is based on Positioned for Safety, the MCC Road Safety Strategic Plan 2002-2005 which was written by Liz de Rome and Guy Stanford for… Continue reading Disclaimer and Copyright


The following are policy positions that have been established and approved by the MCC. The MCC uses these positions to argue their case and in consultation, lobbying or research activities.… Continue reading Positions

Frequently Asked Questions

Lane filtering Lane Filtering has been legal in NSW since July 2014; fully licensed riders can filter between cars up to 30 kmph. For further information see Note: learner… Continue reading Frequently Asked Questions