News 8 Dec 2009

General: Motorcycling Australia offers clubs free websites


Motorcycling Australia (MA) and the State Controlling Bodies (SCB’s) of MA are proud to be able to offer free Ridenet Sportzware websites to all affiliated Australian motorcycle clubs.

MA and the SCB’s are able to offer these free sites to clubs following an agreement that was reached with SportingPulse, a major sporting IT network with involvement in a wide variety of sports, leagues, associations and clubs around the country.

Clubs who are affiliated with Motorcycling Australia – either directly or via affiliation with their State Controlling Body – have an opportunity to take up this offer of a free website which could help save them thousands of dollars in website design and development costs, hosting fees, and domain name registrations and more.

“It is wonderful that Motorcycling Australia and our State Controlling Bodies can now offer these great websites to all of our affiliated clubs across the country,” MA Operations Manager Andrew Weiss said.

“Not only are they free, but they are extremely user-friendly and will provide clubs with a fantastic tool for communicating with their members.

“It’s just another benefit we can provide them, and I would urge any club that is interested in taking up the offer to get in contact with us!” Weiss concluded.

As well as being free, Ridenet Sportzware websites are easy to use, require no technical expertise and provide a wide range of features and a high level of flexibility, allowing clubs to tailor their site according to their needs.

The websites give the administrator control over their site’s appearance, layout and colour scheme, allow them to choose from a range of sections and features and utilise multiple display options for configuring the website the way they want it.

For more information about taking up this offer, please visit or contact Paul Fink, MA Communications Officer, on [email protected]  or (03) 9684 0507.