IMMA’s Four Pillar Approach on Motorcycle Safety was presented during United Nations WP.1 Conference in Stockholm

On 18 February 2020, IMMA’s Road Safety Working Group Chairman, Mr Takeshi Ibaraki gave a keynote presentation at the WP.1 Global Road Safety forum conference in Stockholm. The WP.1 conference ‘Legal framework governing the international application of emerging automotive technologies’ was held as an official pre-event Global Ministerial Conference on Road Safety, sponsored by the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) and the Russian Federation.

The Amendment 4 to GTR2 was published – A major step forward for harmonisation of motorcycle emission standards

One of the key updates in this Amendment to GTR No. 2 was the expansion of the scope providing possibility for two-wheeled vehicles with a design speed under 50 km/h and with an engine capacity under 50 cc to be tested with the GTR 2 test cycle profile (WMTC), with a 10 minutes cold engine phase followed by a 10 minutes warm engine phase. The test speeds would be capped to the maximum design speeds of these vehicles.

IMMA And ACEM Organise Joint Spring Congress In Berlin

The International Motorcycle Manufacturers Association (IMMA) and the European Association of Motorcycle Manufacturers (ACEM) organised a joint Spring Congress in Berlin, from 3 to 7 April 2017. The event, attended by some 200 delegates, included senior industry leaders from Europe, India, Japan, South East Asia, and North and South America.