Riding your motorcycle through the Canadian summer can be exhilarating. Still, it's crucial to know the potential dangers—the heat and sun demand preparation to avoid sunburn, heatstroke, and debris in your eyes. Scorching seats and handlebars pose a risk, which can...


The Motorcyclists Confederation of Canada (MCC) is excited to unveil the newly revised Safety Awareness Campaign, just in time for Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month this May, celebrated across Canada. This year, we’re embracing a message that resonates beyond just one...

Safety First and Spring Riding Prep

Motorcyclists Confederation of Canada (MCC) Media Release, August 1st FOREST, ON – August 1st, 2023 by Marq Smith:  We all talk about the dangers of riding. Certainly, many of our non-riding friends talk about those dangers. I’ve always thought that everything is...

May Is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month | Let’s Watch Out For Each Other

Motorcyclists Confederation of Canada (MCC) Media Release, April 28 2022 FOREST, ON – April 28 2022:  Watch Out For Each Other returns as the theme for May’s Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month, promoted by the Motorcyclists Confederation of Canada (MCC). “Our goal...

Women are Changing the Motorcycling Landscape 2022

I have been frequently asked: How did you become a motorcyclist? The enquirer often has a puzzled look on their face which, if expressed in words, translates to: you just don’t strike me as the motorcycling type. Well, women are entering the motorcycling industry at...

OFTR Celebrates 30 Years

OFTR Celebrates 30 Years! 2022 marks the Ontario Federation of Trail Riders’ 30th Anniversary. With the commitment, volunteering, and passion of our members, we realized a point in the organization that no one imagined possible in 1992. In 2022, we are not only the...

Trial des Nations: Canadian team facing the best in the world in Portugal

By François Cominardi, Written for Cycle Canada The Canadian trials team had a date with the best teams in the world for the Trial des Nations, which took place this year from September 17 to 19 in Gouveia, Portugal. The team was made up of three riders: Félix and...

CMA and MCC Work Together to Support Canadian Riders at Trial des Nations

Joint Discussions Underway for a New Future for Canadian Motorcycling Motorcyclists Confederation of Canada (MCC) Media Release, September 7, 2021 FOREST, ON – September 7, 2021: Canada currently has two well-established not-for-profit organizations for motorcycling....


To say that the past year has been impactful for everyone is an understatement. One of the positive outcomes of the rollercoaster ride of living in a pandemic is that we have come to recognize that, now more than ever, we truly are all in this together. Just as the...

Media Release: MCC to Continue Bid for FIM Affiliation

Date: February 4, 2021 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: MCC TO CONTINUE BID FOR FIM AFFILIATION Canadian motorcycle racing has a big problem. FOREST, ON – February 4, 2021: On January 29, 2021, the Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM, International Motorcycling...


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Motorcycling is an important economic engine in Canada. The following infographics demonstrate the economic impact of motorcycling across Canada. They include national and provincial highlights for both on-road and off-road motorcycling.


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