Moto Gymkhana Membership


Launched in 2011, Moto Gymkhana UK has grown massively now running over 5 national championship rounds across the country and will be working with NORA Motorsport for 2020. To take part in the Moto Gymkhana Championships you need to make sure you are a registered member of the MGA UK.

You can take out a standard Moto Gymkhana Membership for the required level or if you wish you can upgrade to include Motorsport Personal Accident cover for your MGK events with a Gold Membership, you can find a summary of the cover shown below.

If you race in disciplines outside of Moto Gymkhana, such as Cross Country events, then you can choose to hold a race licence with Moto Gymkhana, equivalent to the Advanced Race Licence this also comes with the personal accident insurance cover.

UK National Competition Dates:

Round 1 – 9 May – Bruntingthorpe

Round 2 – 6 June – Bruntingthorpe

Round 3 – 4 July – Bruntingthorpe

Round 4 – 5 Sept – Bruntingthorpe

Round 5 – 3 October – Bruntingthorpe

When you compete or practice with an annual Moto Gymkhana Gold Membership, you can take comfort in the fact that you have personal accident cover in place. With you membership, cover will in place across all forms MGK sanctioned competition, practice and training. Below you will find a summary of the cover in place, for more information contact

BenefitsWhat it means to youWhat you get
DeathA lump-sum benefit to you if you die as the result of accidental bodily injury£10,000.00
Loss of sight in both eyesA lump-sum benefit to you if you permanently lose your sight or permanently lose, or lose the use of, a limb as the result of accidental bodily injury£20,000.00
Loss of sight in one eye£20,000.00
Loss of two limbs£20,000.00
Loss of one limb£20,000.00
Loss of sight in one eye and limb£20,000.00
Permanent Total Disablement (PTD)A lump-sum benefit to you if you are permanently disabled so you cannot carry on in any occupation as the result of accidental bodily injury.£30,000.00
ParaplegiaUp to £50,000
QuadraplegiaUp to £100,000
*HospitalisationFor those extended stays in hospital£75 per day up to 365 days
*PhysiotherapyTo help get you back on your feet.Up to £350.00
*Relocation ExpensesDon’t get stranded away from home.Up to £10,000
Temporary Total DisablementA weekly benefit to you if you are disabled so you cannot carry on in your occupation as the result of accidental bodily injury.£50
per week for up to 52 weeks from the date you first became disabled
Bone Fracture£300.00*
* + extra benefits fully detailed with your licence
What is not covered?
You taking part in any occupation, sport or pastime of a hazardous nature other than your motorsports activities. You engaging in or taking part in armed forces service or operations. You engaging in flying of any kind other than as a passenger. Your suicide or attempted suicide or intentional self-injury. Your deliberate exposure to exceptional danger (except in an attempt to save human life). Your own criminal act. You being under the influence of alcohol or drugs (unless prescribed for you by a qualified medical practitioner) or treatment for drug addiction. Terrorism, War or Radioactive contamination. AIDS or Illness of any kind. Claims arising out of any existing medical conditions for which you have received treatment. We will not pay for any claim for the first 42 days of each Temporary Total Disablement claim. We will not pay more than 70% of your gross weekly earnings

*Bone Fracture cover is dependent upon the bone broken

**Personal Accident Insurance is NOT included with practice or one event licences