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Indian Motorcycle Reveals Pricing As Lead Up To Historic Unveiling Of All-New 2014 Indian Chief At Sturgis Rally Highly Anticipated Details Make Clear that Authentic, Affordable Choice is Coming to American Motorcycles as Indian Motorcycle Makes its Debut at the World’s Largest Motorcycle Event Indian Motorcycle, America’s first motorcycle company, today continued its trip toward [...]
Fans of Harley-Davidson are invited to come together June 23 and 24 to honor 2013 World Ride Day. The manufacturer created the festivities as a way to recognize its faithful riders and legendary motorcycle gear, and this year’s summer event will be part of the 110th anniversary of the brand and the 30th anniversary of the [...]
Motorcyclists everywhere will celebrate the thrill of riding during “AMA Go Ride! Month” in April. Sponsored by the American Motorcyclist Association, AMA Go Ride! Month encourages AMA members and riders nationwide to renew their passion for riding in the dirt and on the street. “Every spring, millions of riders roll out of the driveway or [...]
On Jan. 24, 1937, the first running of the Daytona 200 took place on the hard sand of Daytona Beach, Fla. Since that race, won by AMA Motorcycle Hall of Famer Ed Kretz of Monterey Park, Calif., the annual event has grown into a motorcycling mecca, packed full of racing and recreational riding events. This [...]
The American Motorcyclist Association is pleased to announce six national awards that recognize meritorious contributions to the world of motorcycling. The AMA Board of Directors adopted the selections unanimously at its recent meeting in Indianapolis on Feb. 16. For 2013, motorcycling advocate Andy Goldfine — founder of Aerostich/RiderWearHouse and inspiration for the annual worldwide “Ride [...]
Asheville, North Carolina, and Ann Arbor, Michigan, each hosted charity rides this weekend, raising almost $169,000 for the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation.
Motorsports enthusiasts in New England have participated in the Ride for Kids fundraiser supporting the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation for 15 years.
Motorcyclists came together for the Utah Ride for Kids fundraiser for the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation (PBTF) and raised $47,012.
The Pacesetters Motorcycle Club of Mobile, Alabama, is not just a group of motorcycle lovers who get together to ride and talk about bikes. In 2006, a group of bikers got together to give back to their community, and have been successful thus far, participating in 73 different charities and hosting community events in the [...]