MCIA

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AcronymDefinition
MCIAMexico City International Airport
MCIAMotor Cycle Industry Association (UK)
MCIAMarine Corps Intelligence Activity
MCIAMinnesota Crop Improvement Association (Saint Paul, Minnesota)
MCIAMactan Cebu International Airport (Philippines)
MCIAMedia Center Integrator Alliance
MCIAMercer County Improvement Authority
MCIAMethyl Chloride Industry Alliance
MCIAMember of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators
MCIAMarine Corps Intelligence Association, Incorporated (Quantico, VA)
MCIAMessage Communication Interface for 2500A (Unit)
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With the growth of cycling and the evolution towards alternative power sources, the Motor Cycle Industry Association (MCI) is establishing the eMCI to represent those who want to accelerate the adoption of electric PTW (ePTW) in the U.K.
The Motor Cycle Industry Association commissioned the poll ahead of tomorrow's annual Ride to Work Day.
In a survey carried out for the Motor Cycle Industry Association (MCI), 45% of bikers said their dream motorcycle adventure would be Coast to Coast in America.
In a survey carried out for the Motor Cycle Industry Association almost half of bikers (45%) said their dream motorcycle adventure would be coast to coast in America.
Yet, according to the Motor Cycle Industry Association, more than 122,000 of us will stay on two wheels this winter.
But the Motor Cycle Industry Association is urging motorcyclists not to drink before riding in a bid to cut road accidents and casualties.
MOTOR cycle, moped and scooter registrations in the UK last month were 10% down on March last year, according to the latest figures issued by the Motor Cycle Industry Association.
The Motor Cycle Industry Association says that this indicates motorists are making better use of bikes in a bid to beat the effects of the credit crunch.
The Motor Cycle Industry Association's Simon Small says: "Commuters are fed up being stuck in traffic jams or waiting for trains and find it much easier to get to work by motorbike or scooter."
Craig Carey-Clinch, director of public affairs for the Coventry-based Motor Cycle Industry Association, said: "This is a great result for the motorcycle industry despite rising interest rates, falling house prices, record oil prices, the credit crunch and even poor weather.
China-made motorcycles now account for about 12% of new bike sales in the UK, the Motor Cycle Industry Association (MCI) said.
Figures from the Motor Cycle Industry Association show the bikes are becoming more popular by the year with a 10-fold increase in ownership.