Motorcycle Representative Groups

British Legion Scotland - Riders Branch

British Legion Scotland - Riders branch

Motorcycle Law Scotland has been a member and supporter of the riders branch of the British Legion Scotland Riders Branch for a number of years now.

This is a vibrant and focussed group of like minded motorcyclists who want to perpetuate the memory of those who died in the service of their country. It is a registered Scottish Charity. The membership share a common bond in their enthusiasm for motorcycles although previous service in the Armed Forces is not a mandatory requirement.

All members, however, are expected to “buy into” supporting the The Royal British Legion Scotland.

The only qualifying criteria is that everyone must adhere to the law of the road and maintain a ”good citizen” approach to membership.

The branch endeavours to develop a biking culture and take part in all types of biking including rallies, rideouts, formal events and fund raising. It embraces The Royal British Legion Scotland fund raising term “Voices For Veterans” and hope to support individuals and/or other smaller ex-service charities throughout Scotland.


Motorcycle Action Group (MAG)

Link to MAG website


The Motorcycle Action Group campaigns to protect and promote the interests and rights of all riders, from learner to advanced. 

MAG membership is drawn from across the whole spectrum of motorcycling. We celebrate biking and the freedoms and independence it provides. 

MAG is the representative voice of riders in Local and National government, because they are not aligned to ANY political party or ideology. Their independence makes it possible for politicians and officials to work with them.

Motorcycle Law Scotland is MAG's preferred Personal Injury specialist for Scotland. All MAG members in Scotland are issued with a MLS/MAG Legal Expense Protection card.



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