Anti Doping Policy
Motorcycling Australia, in conjunction with Sport Integrity Australia (SIA), condemns the use of performance enhancing and recreational drugs and doping practices in sport.
Variation to the Motorcycling Australia Limited (MA) Anti-Doping Policy
Minor variation to the Motorcycling Australia Limited Anti-Doping Policy to recognise the replacement of the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority by Sport Integrity Australia from 1 July 2020.
From 1 July 2020 the Motorcycling Australia Limited Anti-Doping Policy is varied as follows:
Any and all references to the:
• Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA) are to be read as references to Sport Integrity Australia;
• Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority Act 2006 (Cth) (ASADA Act) are to be read as references to the Sport Integrity Australia Act 2020 (Cth); and
• Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority Regulations 2006 (Cth) (ASADA Regulations) are to be read as references to the Sport Integrity Australia Regulations 2020 (Cth).
To view our policy on anti-doping, please click here.
To view our policy on drug and alcohol testing, please click here.
Anti-Match Fixing Policy
Incorporating MA’s IMN Policy
Social Media Policy
Motorcycling Australia (MA) and the State Controlling Bodies (SCB’s) recognise the importance of the increased usage of electronic mediums to communicate, and encourage responsible and ethical online behaviour.
This policy sets out a framework for acceptable online behaviour where communications involve fellow MA members, volunteers, officials, coaches, sponsors, partners, staff and anyone else connected with our sport or clubs.
Download MA’s Social Media Policy
Motorcycling Australia is committed to the environment through the development and promotion of an environmental program incorporating principles of sustainability in motorcycle sport within Australia.
Please click on the links below containing MA’s Environment Policies.
Environment Policies & Documents
MA Environmental Sustainability Policy
MA Licence Conditions & Endorsements Document
MA Junior Officials
National Team Selection
National Recreational Policy
Occupational Health and Safety Policy
Motorcycling Australia recognises the importance of providing all stakeholders, employees’ volunteers, officials, contractors, visitors and participants with a safe and healthy work environment under their control. As such an Occupational Health and Safety Policy has been created and can be accessed through the link below.
Click on the link below to download a copy of Motorcycling Australia’s Occupational Health and Safety Policy:
For a general statement on MA’s privacy position a Privacy Statement is available by clicking the following link: