ACEM members have achieved high safety levels for existing products and continue to bring advanced and innovative vehicles while ensuring a high level of safety for users.
L-category vehicles not only can save time, space and money for commuters. They also have the added benefit of reducing congestion for all road users.
Over the last decade PTWs have achieved remarkable progress in reducing the environmental impact of its vehicles and processes.
ACEM's mission is to support a strong, competitive and profitable powered two-wheeler industry in Europe, contributing to the sustainable development and prosperity objectives identified by the European Union.
Regulation No 168/2013 sets out the legislative requirements for the approval of all L-category vehicles in the European Union.
Powered-two- and three-wheeler registrations continue to increase in the EU: +3.9% during the first eleven months of 2015
This represents an increase of 4.4% compared to the 1,102,996 vehicles registered during the same period of 2014.
16/12/15. Powered-two- and three-wheeler registrations in the EU continue to increase by 3.9% during the first ten months of 2015
This represents an increase of 3.9% compared to the 1,051,142 vehicles registered during the same period of 2014.
11/12/15. ACEM President Stephan Schaller discusses the outlook for the motorcycle industry in Pan European Networks
Pan European Networks interviewed ACEM and BMW Motorrad President Stephan Schaller to get his views on the outlook for the motorcycle industry.
10/12/15. European Commissioner for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship announces official launch of Gear 2030
Today Elżbieta Bieńkowska, European Commissioner for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs, announced the official launch of the new European Commission high level group for the automotive sector (relevant Commissioners, Ministers, NGOs): ‘GEAR 2030’.
04/12/15. About 300 motorcyclist improved their riding skills thanks to ANESDOR and the Catalan Traffic Service
On 25 November 2015 ANESDOR and the Catalan Traffic Service, Servei Català de Trànsit, completed the first round of Formació 3.0., a training programme that aims at improving motorcyclists’ riding skills in different parts of Spain.
The Skegness Annual Beach Race, which takes place on 7 and 8 November, is helping to extend the tourist season, according to a report by East Lindsey District Council. Last year’s race attracted over 20,000 spectators – the largest number to date.
The event is popular with both out of town visitors and local residents, injecting nearly 750,000 pounds into the local economy.