The 2020 riding season is fast approaching and CMMG is once again inviting you or a representative of your motorcycle group to attend its next Board of Directors Meeting of Dealers and Motorcycle Groups.
Date: WEDNESDAY FEB. 26 Time: 7:00 PM Place: Downstairs at the Marion Hotel, 393 MARION ST. WINNIPEG
Dealers and groups will be first on the agenda, so you won’t have to sit through our regular agenda. The purpose of this meeting is as follows:
To update motorcycle dealers and groups of CMMG activities;
To update list of your groups motorcycle events, open rides and activities for our newsletter, website and our annual “Ride Guide” publication; and
To get input and concerns from all motorcycle groups.
Please arrange to have one or two representatives from your organization attend. If you are not the right contact person, please forward, and advise me by email of the correct person.
Be sure to bring an updated list of all your rides for the coming year, including date, location, email and website address and contact person. If you can’t make the meeting, please email your information to me at email@example.com.
PLEASE NOTE: All members wishing to attend the pre-meeting dinner MUST RSVP their first and last name to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 7pm Tuesday November 12. Names are checked at the door, so ensure yours is on the list or you may miss out on some great food.
Dinner is $10 per member of $15 per non-member.
The Coalition of Manitoba Motorcycle Groups is the ONLY organization that appears at Public Utilities Board hearings and lobbies MPI to try to get fairer motorcycle insurance rates. CMMG also provides input to the government on motorcycle legislation and regulations. Show your support and help the CMMG help all Manitoba motorcycle riders. Come for supper & socialize before the meeting.
CMMG needs the support of the entire riding community, so please encourage all riders to join the CMMG and cast a vote.
CMMG’s Motorcycle Safety Awareness Rally is next Saturday, May 04, 2019. All Motorcyclists Welcome.
Last year Manitoba Motorcyclists suffered too many fatalities and injuries. It’s imperative that we appear en mass to remind Manitobans “that it’s springtime in Manitoba and motorcycles are once again back on the road” and that we are serious about Motorcycle Safety. Free Safety Rally Pins.
11 am – Registration to 12 noon. at the Manitoba Legislative Building
12 Noon – Minister of Infrastructure to declare May as “Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month”
12:45 – Free POKER DERBY and Free Draws.
Guest speakers from Manitoba Public Insurance, Safety Services Manitoba, Women riders and the Winnipeg Police Service.
(Rain date May 11)
The rally is sponsored by The Coalition of Manitoba Motorcycle Groups and Manitoba Public Insurance.
May 4th is also “International Female Ride Day”
For more information please contact Doug Houghton at email@example.com or telephone 204-268-5406
We still need volunteers for the poker derby dealer check stops. if you can help email Doug at firstname.lastname@example.org;
The CMMG 2018 Annual General Meeting is fast approaching (Wednesday, November 14) and all members are requested to attend and cast their vote for the open board positions or volunteer to serve on the CMMG board for the 2019-2020 term.
The following board positions are up for election:
Vice President (Carolyn, interim VP)
Director 2 (Dave)
Director 4 (Myles)
The Coalition of Manitoba Motorcycle Groups is the ONLY organization that goes to the Public Utility Board hearings and fights MPI to try to get fairer motorcycle insurance rates. Show your support and help the CMMG help all Manitoba motorcycle riders. Come for supper & socialize before the meeting.
Will you be attending?
All members wishing to attend the pre-meeting dinnerMUST RSVP their first and last name to email@example.com by no later than 7pm Tuesday November 13. Names are checked at the door, ensure yours is on the list or you may miss out on some great food.
Dinner will be pizza, chicken, fries, gravy and salad with coffee and pop. Dinner is $10 per member of $15 per non-member.
Only current CMMG members are allowed to vote in the CMMG AGM elections. If you have not yet renewed you can do it quickly online at http://www.cmmg.org/membership/ or in person at the AGM. The CMMG needs the support of the entire riding community, so please encourage all riders to join the CMMG and cast a vote.
Thanks to Doug for representing tManitoba as a Director of the MCC (Motorcycling Confederation of Canada) for 10 years and Mary as a volunteer on the Women’s Rider Council! They have made and continue to make a significant contribution to Motorcycle Safety, awareness and enjoyment!
Carolyn (Vice President of CMMG) will be the new Manitoba rep on the MCC Board and Doug will continue to serve as a community member on the On Road Council for MCC!
2017 Traffic Collision Statistics Report – Executive Summary
Motor vehicle collisions resulting in a fatality, injury or property damage only are required by law to be reported to either a law enforcement agency and/or to Manitoba Public Insurance. Subsequently, a Traffic Accident Report (TAR) for the collision is created. The Traffic Collision Statistics Report deals with these reportable collisions and the TARs arising from them.
The Traffic Collision Statistics Report is the official report of traffic collision statistics in Manitoba. It reports the details surrounding traffic collisions in Manitoba, allowing users to analyze the reasons why collisions occur. Knowing more about collisions helps policy makers, traffic safety experts, public safety programmers and legislators to pinpoint areas for review and create targeted approaches to preventing and reducing traffic collisions.
Due to amendments to the Highway Traffic Act that took effect in 2011, this report uses two sources for Traffic Accident Reports (TARs); TARs completed by a law enforcement agency and TARs completed when a collision claim is registered with Manitoba Public Insurance. This change resulted in an increase in minimal injury and property damage only (PDO) collisions in the Traffic Accident Report Database that had previously been underreported.
The following is a presentation of the key highlights of this report for 2017.
Click the following URL to download a PDF of the report directly from MPI.