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The Governing Body responsible for the promotion of Motocross, Enduro, Quadcross and Supermoto events in Ulster.



It is with great regret and after much consideration and consultation that the Officers and Directors of the Motorcycle Racing Association (Ireland) Ltd. have made the decision to suspend all MRA activities indefinitely from midnight to

17th March 2020.


This decision has not been taken lightly and has been made with the health, safety, and wellbeing of all our members in mind, health must come before sport in these extraordinary times and following the Prime Ministers announcement yesterday evening, we must also free up our First Aid personnel who provide us with a sterling service every week for their work with the NHS.


I’m sure everyone agrees that we cannot overload our NHS at this crucial time, community welfare must come before sporting interest.


We would recommend that all Clubs scale back their own activities and use electronic communication to keep in contact in light of the latest advice being given by Government, the Chief Medical Officer and other agencies to stop the spread of this virus.

We will keep everyone informed of any changes with updates on social media and our website, and we would urge all our members, riders, officials, landowners and families to stay safe and look after themselves as this situation develops.


Please take this outbreak seriously.

The Directors of the MRA

            Motorcycle Racing Association Ireland Ltd.

The Governing Body responsible for the promotion of Motocross, Enduro, Quadcross and Supermoto events in Ulster.


The Association consists of 18 affiliated Clubs covering all 9 Counties of Ulster, promoting around 90 evets annually for Youth and Adults, with around 1500 members and 7-800 competition licence holders.


Youth competitions include motocross & quad Championships and for 2020 sidecarcross, with Adult Championships and races for Adult Solo, Adult Quads, Supermoto and Sidecarcross.

MRA Clubs also host British Championship as well as Ulster & Irish Championship events which are widely recognised as the best in their respective series and MRA riders compete at the highest level in the British, European and World stage.


MRA are also run a  successful Coaching strategy, and are affiliated through the MCUI to the FIM. MRA subsequently are signed up to WADA protocols for Anti Doping regulations, and have a full range of policies in place for Safeguarding, Equal Opportunities, Gaming, Social Media use etc.


The sport is Governed local by two committees, Youth and Adult Motocross, and are also partners with Motorcycling Ireland to Govern Irish Championship events and select Teams for the various International Team events, the Motocross, Quadcross and  Sidecarcross of Nations as well as the Under 21 Competition the Coupe del’Avenir.

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The Governing body responsible for the promotion of motocross, Enduro, Quadcross and supermoto events in Northern Ireland