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Motorcycle Association of Central European Countries

Polski Związek Motorowy  (PZM), Slovenská Motocyklová Federácia (SMF) and the Federation Motorcycling of Ukraine (FMU) undersigned  on 6th July 2003 in Amsterdam - during the UEM* Congress - the agreement establishing a Specialized Association: the Motorcycle Association of Central European Countries (MACEC).

The 2004 UEM* General Assembly in Sofia (Bulgaria) affiliated  MACEC as a Regional  Association.

The MACEC has been set up in order to foster cooperation between national Federations with the objective of developing motorcycle sports and tourism, establishing international contacts, cooperation in the framework of the UEM* and FIM while at the same time guaranteeing each member of the Association the right to carry on operations independently.

The following national federations  joined the MACEC:

- in 2005 Belarusian Federation of Motorcycle Sport and Bicycle Motocross Sport (BMX)**,
- in 2006 Federatia Romana de Motociclism (FRM),
- in 2008 Federatia de Motociclism a Respublicii Moldova (FMRM),
- in 2010 Lithuanian Motorcycle Sport Federation (LMSF),
- in 2019 Autoclub of the Czech Republic (ACCR).                                                   

The present MACEC authorities elected at 2023 MACEC General Assembly in Tatranska Lomnica  (Slovakia) -  for 2023 – 2027 term - are: 

Aleksandra Knyszewska  (PZM) -  President
Petr Moravec  (ACCR) – Vice President
Jakub Zliechovec  (SMF) -  Vice President
Aleksandr Lyatosinskyy (FMU) - Vice President

2023 General Assembly gave the titile of MACEC Honorary President to Andrzej Grodzki for his outstanding leadership in years 2003 – 2023.

The MACEC Honorary Vice President is Serghey Lyatosinkyy (FMU) - the title was given at MACEC General Assembly in 2015 in Kaunas.

The MACEC Secretariat is domiciled at PZM in Warsaw.

MACEC General Assemblies meeting  were held: in 2004 in Horny Smokovec (Slovakia), in 2005 in Lublin (Poland), in 2006 in Lviv (Ukraine), in 2007 in Brasov (Romania) in 2008 in Minsk (Belarus), in 2009 not held, in 2010 in Lesko (Poland), in 2011 in Bratislava (Slovakia), in 2012 not held, in 2013 in Svaliava (Ukraine), in 2014 in Braila (Romania), in 2015 in Kaunas (Lithuania), in 2016 in Brest (Belarus), in 2017 in Chisinau (Moldova), in 2018  in Lublin (Poland), in 2019 in Prague (Czech Republic), in 2020 in Lviv (Ukraine), in 2021 and 2022 not held, in 2023 in Tatranska Lomnica  (Slovakia)

Since 2004 MACEC Cup events has been organised in the following disciplines:

- Speedway - Individual and Team, 
- Motocross -  Individual and Team,
- Enduro - Individual,
- Trial - Individual.

Each of MACEC member Federations is the organiser of the MACEC Cup event/s.

In Speedway MACEC Cup participate also riders of the following federations: BMF, MAMS.

MACEC Cup events are held according to:

  • MACEC Cup Calendar,
  • MACEC Cup Organisation Terms,

updated every year.


*since 2012 FIM Europe
**since 2007 BFMS (Belarusian Federation of Motorcycle Sport), suspended in 2022