MWA’s President, Peter Clark, Resigns


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After several years at the helm of the organisation during what can only be described as a tumultuous time, our President Mr Peter Clark has tendered his resignation from the role and the Board of Motorcycling Western Australia.

Peter has given an incredible amount of time and effort in supporting the organisation over the last couple of years through some very complex situations. Peter has always maintained a strong focus on the sport and making sure that the organisation is viable, vibrant and delivering to our members.

He has remained extremely professional in representing the organisation at the highest level and has repeatedly advocated in the best interests of Western Australian riders with all stakeholders. Peter always had time for everyone and a smile on his face and was ready with some witty words of advice!!

Peter advised the Board that he had been able to see the organisation through some incredible highs and some difficult situations, but felt that the time was right to hand the reigns over and dedicate some personal time for himself and his family.

We would like to thank Peter for his passion and dedication to the organisation and wish him well in his future endeavours, he has certainly left some big shoes to fill.

The Board of Motorcycling WA accepted nominations from candidates to fill the vacancy and Tracy Simpson was elected President and Decima Johns was elected as Vice President.

Tracy Simpson commented on her new role as President of Motorcycling WA,  “I am looking forward to an exciting new time for our organisation, our sport and working with the new CEO Joe McCarthy, the  team at the MWA office, the clubs and most importantly, our members.”

MWA’s key focus as an organisation is getting ‘back to basics’ and supporting our clubs and members to enjoy the sport they love.  We are currently reviewing all operations and spending some time going through the consultation report with a view to making some changes to the organisation, so stay tuned for regular updates’’.


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