Terms & conditions


The Motor Cycle Industry Association Ltd would like to thank you for browsing our website. The following terms and conditions are to be considered throughout your use of this website.

www.mcia.co.uk is the property of the Motor Cycle Industry Association Ltd (MCIA). MCIA is a registered company in England under registration number: 1113282 and is registered under the address:

1 Rye Hill Office Park,
Birmingham Road,

Use & Content

The following website is to be used at your discretion but is subject to the stated terms and conditions and the MCIA privacy policy. If you have any concerns with any of the featured terms and conditions, please contact the MCIA.

The permitted use of www.mcia.co.uk is subject to your agreement with the following and use should terminate if you are unable to comply.

Your continued use of this website is your agreement and acceptance of the terms and conditions.

The content of the MCIA website; any reference to ‘MCIA’, ‘we’, ‘us’ and/or reference to a recognized association of the MCIA is controlled and administered by the Motor Cycle Industry Association Ltd.

It is the right of the MCIA to change any content on this website, as well as its terms and conditions without prior or post warning.

It is for you as the user to ensure you regularly check the stated terms and conditions and comply.

We have endeavoured to ensure that all information is accurate and regularly updated; however, we make no submission that all information is free from mistakes or omissions. The MCIA cannot be held liable for the information that you obtain from this website or from links and/or hyperlinks that the MCIA has posted or used for your convenience and leisure. The MCIA holds no liability for the accuracy of information posted on third party sites.

Reliance on any information from this website and/or links or hyperlinks is at your discretion and the MCIA holds no responsibility in connection with your use of this information and/or any consequence that may follow.

Copyright & Trademarks

The MCIA has the right to use all material featured on www.mcia.co.uk through ownership or license. This includes, but is not limited to; images, logos and names of the MCIA and of its associations and/or any third parties featured on the website.

It is for you as the user to ensure that you comply with the relevant copyright laws.

The MCIA consents to users printing from the website and/or copying content from the website but not the public distribution of any material from the website or any form of commercial use.

If any of the above copyright and/or trademark conditions are breached, the MCIA reserves the right to block your access to the site.


As a member of the MCIA, you have access to certain features of www.mcia.co.uk that are not accessible to all users of the site.

As such, members of the MCIA must ensure that they do not distribute restricted content featured in the ‘member’s area’, subject to the same copyright conditions above.

With membership of the MCIA, you are acknowledging that you understand this information is restricted to your membership and this material will only be accessed by members.

If you breach the conditions of membership the MCIA reserves the right to terminate your membership and block your access to the site.

The MCIA cannot be held liable for your own responsibility in protecting your username and password details.

Data Protection Act 1998

The MCIA is in full compliance with Data Protection Act 1998. In recognition of this, the MCIA is focused on ensuring your personal information is:

  • Personal information is kept confidentially by the MCIA

  • Personal information is only used in relation to the original purpose of information.

  • Any additional use of personal information by the MCIA is not completed until consent has been obtained by you.

Personal information is not shared with third parties. If information is requested for reasonable use by a third party, the MCIA will seek your consent before distributing personal information to the third party.

You are entitled at any time by notice in writing to require the MCIA to stop using/obtaining your personal information and remove your personal information from our records for specified reasons.

If the reason for the requirement of the MCIA to stop using/obtaining personal information is damage or distress due to the use of personal data, the MCIA will within twenty-one days of receiving your notice give you written confirmation confirming that we have ceased to continue to use your personal information and no longer obtain it.

Use of this website is subject to and regulated by the Laws of England and Wales. Any dispute that arises in connection with this website is also subject to the former.

Any abuse of this website may result in a criminal offence and may be subject to damages.