Motorcycle wheels: No-go zone in Kerala

  • July 23, 2021

No-grievances have been issued by the Kerala High Court to motorcycle operators in the state after a motorcyclist was killed when his motorcycle was hit by a speeding police vehicle.

The case comes as the state has witnessed a surge in motorcycle fatalities in the past few months.

A case was registered against the driver of the speeding police car after it allegedly hit the motorcycle.

Police said the motorcycle was being driven by a 26-year-old man.

Police have registered an FIR against the police officers for allegedly ignoring the law and violating the road rules.

Motorcycle riders say the speed limit is not a problem and they have to obey the speed limits of vehicles, particularly police vehicles.

The court said the case was against police officers and not the driver.

The court said that the police must take into account the fact that motorcycles are used by many other people.

Mongolians want more, better roads, more cars

  • July 1, 2021

Mongolia’s Mongolian Motorcycle Club (MMC) has launched a new initiative, the Motorcycle Superstore.

It aims to bring in new motorcycles, more motorcycles, and better quality motorcycle parts.

It is the latest effort to improve the country’s roads and transportation infrastructure.

“The MMC is a grassroots organization and the main purpose of this initiative is to offer a better product and service to our customers,” said M.D. Khan, the president of the MMC, in a statement.

“We are striving to provide better products and services to our members and they are more than willing to give us their time and resources.” 

The MMCC has set up a new website to showcase the MMTC’s new offerings.

The website also includes an Instagram account that shows members riding the new motorcycles and parts. 

“We will continue to build upon the MMCC’s legacy by improving the quality and customer service,” Khan said. 

Mongolian Motorcycles will sell its motorcycle parts and accessories to dealers and consumers through the MMSC website. 

The Motorcycle Shipping Company of Mongolia, an affiliate of the Mongolian Government, has also announced a new partnership with the MMMC.

“Mongols are committed to delivering the best product for our customers, and we will continue our long-term cooperation with MMMC and other Mongolian companies to improve our market position,” said J.P. Kavadzic, the company’s chief executive officer. 

According to the MMCA, the MMSS offers the MMPC a better selection of motorcycle parts, which the MMTS wants to use for their own products.

“Our members are eager to get better quality and service,” said Khan. 

It also announced the MMPS to sell and distribute its own motorcycle parts on the MMMCC website.

“All our members can now get a better quality product that is more durable and reliable, and it is possible to buy and sell our own motorcycle, which is more convenient for the customers,” Khan added. 

MMTC President J.G. Kvitilis is a long-time member of the Mongols Parliament and has served in several government positions in the past.

The MMTC is part of the governing Mongolian National Democratic Party (MNDP). 

In March, the MNDP released a statement calling for an increase in motorcycle ownership.

The MNDPs new Motorcycle Safety and Quality Commission is set to take up the issue of motorcycle safety and quality.