Despite the many odds stacked against professional sports, the Bennetts British Superbike Championship ran six action-filled events in 2020 and, almost incredibly, eight different riders tasted champagne throughout the season. Hard-charging Australian ace Josh Brookes took a while to get his Ducati race machine up to speed but he was dominant at the series finale … More DATATAG SUPPORTED BRITISH SUPERBIKE CHAMPIONSHIP CROWNS JOSH BROOKES AS EIGHT RIDERS WIN RACES IN 2020!
Staffordshire Police is calling on motorists to check their vehicles are safe to drive after a road policing operation at Norton Canes last week saw almost half of people stopped were breaking the law. Officers carrying out the operation, which took place on Thursday 2 July on the A5, targeted vehicles including vans, motorbikes and … More STAFFORDSHIRE POLICE FEATURE – Calls for drivers to check their vehicles are safe to drive following road policing operation
Bennetts British Superbike Championship organiser MSVR has today (Wednesday) announced an updated 2020 calendar following approval by its governing body, the MCRCB. The new schedule will feature six triple-header events, totaling 18 championship rounds, all of which will be broadcast live on Eurosport with free to air highlights on Quest and ITV4. Source: https://www.britishsuperbike.comDatatag BSB … More Revised 2020 Bennetts British Superbike #BSBRestart Calendar Announced
Saturday 2nd June saw the 3rd Vintage Japanese Bike Day at the world famous Sammy Miller Museum in Dorset. A record number of bikes made their way to the event with over 100 bikes packed into the Courtyard. With a further 150+ in the car park and along the drive this was one of the … More VINTAGE JAPANESE BIKES RACE TO SAMMY MILLER MUSEUM
Recently Datatag CEO Kevin Howells signed to continue support of the British Superbike Championship – for a fourth consecutive year. Datatag will once again become the sole sponsor for the Datatag Extreme Qualifying, arguably the most exciting part of the run up to each round’s racing. Kevin said “It’s great to be part of the … More DATATAG TO SUPPORT 2018 BSB CHAMPIONSHIP ONCE MORE
The UK’s leading motocross race organisation, the AMCA, has declared its continued war on motorcycle theft by again partnering with the UK’s leading security marking brand Datatag, to protect their fleet of Yamaha Off-Road Experience School MX bikes. The fleet of new Yamaha machines are used across the UK by the AMCA to deliver off … More AMATEUR MOTORCYCLE ASSOCIATION CONTINUE TO FIGHT MOTORCYCLE THEFT WITH DATATAG
November has been a busy month for the team at the Datatag 24/7 Contact Centre with calls coming in from both Police and members of the public all over the country – Devon and Cornwall to Scotland and the Ministry of Defence too! And there have been a number of items both identified and recovered … More Datatag Recovery Bulletin – November 2017
Datatag’s Nick Mayell, recently described by IAATI President Mr JD Hough as the world’s leading authority on heavy equipment identification, has been in New York delivering training to the city’s officers on that very topic. Nearly 40 officers from the NYPD were joined by colleagues from as far as Mexico the Dominican Republic and Jamaica … More DATATAG CALLED TO TRAIN NYPD!
The Macau Bike GP has cemented its place in road racing history alongside the Isle of Mann TT and North West races too. Unlike any other circuit in the world, the layout of the Guia Circuit has not been modified since the first event was run back in 1954. The circuit is an open road … More DATATAG SUPPORT MACAU LEGEND RUTTER AND CURRENT CHAMPION HICKMAN
Article Source: http://mcia.co.uk/ Following an increase in the theft of powered two wheelers (PTWs) from Birmingham City Centre during the early part of the summer, a ‘lock it or lose it’ campaign is proving to be working. The campaign is being delivered by West Midlands Police, in partnership with the Motorcycle Industry Association’s MASTER Security … More HANDS OFF OUR BIKES! CITY CENTRE MOTORCYCLE AND SCOOTER COMMUTERS SEND A CLEAR MESSAGE TO THIEVES IN BIRMINGHAM