Motorcycling Australia (MA) is inviting visitors to explore its brand-new dynamic, engaging and informative website. The new MA website has been designed to provide the ultimate user-friendly experience with improved navigation and functionality throughout, allowing users to go all the way from the beginning of their motorcycle journey through to every aspect of motorcycle competition.
MA.org.au is a one-stop shop for everything to do with motorcycle sport. The all new interactive calendar is a highlight in a host of new changes, giving visitors the ability to filter between disciplines, states, championships and even sync with your mobile devices, making the calendar accessible wherever you go.
The new user-friendly site allows direct access to Ridernet and the State Controlling Bodies (SCB) making any event entry and license enquiry as easy as it has ever been. To add to the simplicity of the new website, becoming a coach or official has become a breeze with the new coaching and officials menu.
Competitors will also enjoy the new website, with all your competitor information in the one spot. Each discipline section has a news, updates, results and documents tab providing you with everything you need to know.
The project begun in late 2017 and has been something MA has been looking to do for a while to freshen up the look and provide a better experience for competitors, members and the wider motorcycling public.
Peter Doyle MA Chief Executive Officer (CEO) is looking forward to providing MA members with a fresh new look and most importantly an easy way to navigate website; “This is something we have been in talks about for a while now and to finally see the site come to life is great. The fresh new look showcases the direction we are heading in here at MA, and the ability for this site to make the journey for anyone involved with MA user friendly is what we wanted to achieve,” finished Doyle.
You can view the new and improved MA website here
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