MA Frequently Asked Questions
I wish to apply for a National Licence, who should I contact?
All queries regarding National licences should be placed with the relevant State Controlling Body.
How do I know if my helmet meets requirements?
Helmet guidelines are found in the relevant discipline chapter of the MoMS
I believe there is an error in a rule. How do I apply for a rule change or rule amendment?
I am travelling overseas to compete. Who should I contact?
There is now a single process for applying for your FIM Licence and Insurance. The FIM’s Riders Insurance Scheme attaches automatically to each FIM Licence. It cannot be purchased separately. Multiple Licence holders will require a policy for each licence. To obtain an FIM Licence you will need to compete an FIM Licence application form and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can contact the MA Events team on +61 3 9684 0500 or email@example.com for more information.
How do I apply to host a National Championship?
How do I become a Level 2 Coach?
MA hold level 2 coaching courses annually, at the Australian Institute of Sport. You must have previously held a Level 1 Coaching licence for a minimum of 12 months. For all level 1 coaching queries please contact your SCB. Any queries regarding Level 2 coaching please contact the Development Officer at Motorcycling Australia (MA).
I am a level 4 official. Who should I contact with a query regarding my licence?
Any queries regarding level 4 stewards, please contact the Development Officer of Motorcycling Australia (MA). For any queries regarding officials that are level 1 to 3 please contact your SCB.
What is the connection between MA and a state controlling body?
Motorcycling Australia (MA) is the National Governing Body for motorcycle activity within Australia. MA largely work on National Championships and International meetings that take place in Australia. SCB’s are the state governing body for their relevant state. State bodies permit, promote and run State Championships and provide assistance to clubs within their region. Further information regarding the structure of Motorcycling Australia and State Controlling Bodies can be found on page 17 of the MoMS.