Support Right To Ride

A big thank you to all those individual riders, clubs, groups, associations who have supported us through the years.

As we have now “closed” down Right To Ride we are not taking on any more support.

If you wish to support rider’s rights in some form in the UK you can join the British Motorcyclists Federation (BMF) or the Motorcycle Action group (MAG).

For Ireland check out MAG Ireland – The Irish Motorcyclists’ Association.

Check them all out and their subscription fees from the links on Right To Ride – Click Here

How should riders’ rights be promoted in Northern Ireland?

Giving riders a voice by using a fresh and alternative approach with the backing of individual riders, clubs, trainers and anybody else who cares enough.

No membership fees, nothing but the support of riders, to put the case for riders in the corridors of power.

We will promote and protect that collective lump of metal, rubber and plastic that we could not live without – the motorcycle – and all that it means as part of our way of life.

And to explain to the uninitiated about why motorcycling is such an important part of the lives of millions of people.

  • As an individual rider you can now sign up to support “Right To Ride”.
  • No membership fees just your commitment as an individual rider.
  • A supporters card.
  • You can also receive our Press Releases – On – Line Newsletter – Associated Articles.
  • Please fill in the Individual Support Form to show your support.

The Club Supporters page features your Clubs/Groups/Associations details – about your club – logo and website – please fill in the Club Support Form first.

  • As a club you can now sign up to support “Right To Ride”.
  • No membership fees just your commitment as a club, although donations are welcome.
  • A supporters card for all your club members.
  • A certificate of support.
  •  You can also receive our Press Releases – On – Line Newsletter – Associated Articles.
  • Please fill in the Club Support Form to show your support.

We need your commitment, not only is knowledge power but numbers from the motorcycle community gives representative power.

We cannot do this without that support and commitment.

Pointing you in the right direction!

The Business Supporters page features your businesses logo, website and a feature article about your business.

Right To Ride Ltd is a small not for profit company (Registered Number N1073799), whose object is to carry on activities, in particular (without limitation) to promote awareness and understanding of training, environmental road safety and security issues relating to the use of those vehicles classed in law as motorcycles, scooters, mopeds, motorcycle combinations and tricycles and to research and investigate solutions to these topics.

We have been operating since 2009 and have been able to exist solely due to project funding and our own resources.

We would like to do more, but in order to expand our horizons we need financial support. We understand times are hard and we would not want or expect individuals or clubs to finance us, although donations are welcome.

However we believe that there are opportunities for businesses to sponsor Right To Ride to fund our activities. In return we can publicise sponsors on our website or in our newsletters and magazine in a much more prominent position.

Become recognised as a Business Supporter or sponsor of Right To Ride and motorcycling in Northern Ireland.

Call us on to discuss or  fill in your initial details in the
Business Support Form

  • As a business you can now sign up to support “Right To Ride”.
  •  A supporters card for you and your staff  (dependent on numbers).
  •  A certificate to display in your premises.
  • Leaflets for your premises for your customers.
  • You can also receive our Press Releases – On – Line Newsletter – Associated Articles.
  • We will publicise your events and news articles as appropriate.
  • Call us to discuss or  fill in your initial details in the Business Support Form

Become recognised as a supporter of Right To Ride and motorcycling in Northern Ireland.