MRASA The Motorcycle Riders Association of South Australia
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Welcome
  Welcome to the site of the Motorcycle Riders' Association of South Australia. Please visit our about page for more information on what the MRASA are about.
 
 
Latest Information on Rallies and Rides for 2015
  Feel like a ride - visit the following pages for upcoming rides for 2015. Here are links to the SAMRATS upcoming rides, the Scooters upcoming rides and the rallies page.
Ridden-on Ride for 2015
  The MRASA are please to announce the ridden-on ride will be held this year on Sunday 12th April 2015. This is a popular event allowing us to remember our friends and loved ones who have passed on, usually while riding their motorcycle. Please see the ridden-on page for more details.
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Book by Jeff Fereday - Random Lines
  The book written by Jeff Fereday is a collection of 'Random Lines', columns written for 'Two Wheels' magazine by the late Jeff Fereday. The book contains 56 columns, many are laugh-out-loud funny. Some are philosophic, others melancholic. Most are pretty anarchic and downright cheeky. It is available in hardcopy or digitally (E-book), at the Random Lines website. A sample chapter named 'Rabble Without a Cause' is available to read online.
MRASA Tips for Riders - 29 July 2014
  MAC will be promoting a campaign in early September to coincide with the winter lay-off riders returning to the road - the 'seasonal riders' whose skills may be rusty or lacking. The MAC asked our road safety officer Neville Gray to provide '10 top tips' to go on their website and to be possibly promoted through other media.
  • Look for other road users that are not looking for you. Ride conspicuously and never in blind spots. Never assume that the other vehicle will stop.
  • Riders, unlike car drivers with aids such as air bags, collapsible steering columns and the stability of four wheels, only have their hazard perception and avoidance skills and their protective clothing to make them safer.
  • Always wear good quality protective clothing from your head to your feet. Protect your extremities with helmet, gloves and leg and arm protection in all weather conditions.
  • Most cars can stop quicker than most motorcycles especially in emergency situations. Therefore always keep a 3 second gap to the vehicle in front of you.
  • Always perform a head check before changing lanes. Just looking in your mirrors is not good enough.
  • It is vital to ride at a speed to suit the prevailing conditions. In bad weather, this could mean at a speed under the posted speed limit.
  • Riding under the influence of alcohol and drugs is plain suicidal. You need all of your faculties at a high level to successfully ride a motorcycle.
  • Don't forget the safety of your pillion as well as your own. They too need good protective clothing and be informed about the dynamics of a motorcycle and know how to assist by being a good pillion.
  • Never lend your motorcycle to riders who are unlicensed or inexperienced.
  • Intersections are high risk areas. Slow down when approaching an intersection and be ready to avoid a possible collision.
Meetings
  We welcome all interested people to attend our General Meetings. See the Meetings page for more details. MRASA Committee & General Meetings are held at the Prince Albert Hotel, 254 Wright St, Adelaide.
Interesting Links
  We have posted a few new items on the Links page, including a link to the LAMS approved motorcycle list, and a link to the World Health Organization global road safety report 2013. Use the About menu above or access the Links page here.
Motorcycling Fact Sheet - Roadworthiness
  We are providing a copy of the Motorcycling Fact Sheet as published by the DPTI (formerly DTEI) for the benefit of members and the motorcycling public. Our aim is to publicise a readily available document in the interests of ensuring our members understand the minimum requirements for their bike to be roadworthy. If by following the guidelines a member finds their bike needs work, the potential saving is about $500 ($350 fine for riding an unroadworthy vehicle and at least $150 fee for the inspection to certify the defect has been fixed) and then there is the demerit points and possible time off work to attend the assessment to be considered as well.
Toy Run 2014 Major Partner
  The Motor Accident Commission is the Major Partner of the 2014 Toy Run.

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"To live is the rarest thing in the world. Most people exist, that is all." - Oscar Wilde
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