Monday June 17th Is Motorcycle Ride To Work Day

Monday June 17th Is Motorcycle Ride To Work Day

The 22nd annual Ride To Work demonstration can more than triple the number of riders on some roads. Most motorcycle and scooter clubs and organizations encourage riders to commute by scooter or motorcycle on this day. Riders seek employer recognition and support for this form of transportation and increased public and government awareness of the […]

American Motorcyclist Association Honors Fallen Veterans

Memorial Day Riders

The American Motorcyclist Association expresses its deepest gratitude to the families and friends of loved ones who have given the ultimate sacrifice in service to the United States, and honors their memories on Memorial Day, Monday, May 27. “Motorcyclists everywhere salute the sacrifices of America’s armed forces and the U.S. citizens who have perished in […]

Celebrate Ride To Work Day This Summer

Celebrate Ride To Work Day This Summer

Motorcyclists across the country will be cruising down the roads this summer, but those who set out June 17 may be doing so with a special reason in mind. That’s the date of the 22nd annual Ride to Work Day, which encourages riders to take advantage of their two-wheeled machines as they commute and go about […]

Harley-Davidson To Celebrate World Ride Day In June

Harley-Davidson To Celebrate World Ride Day In June

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 […]

AMA Fights Utah Wilderness Bill In Congress

AMA Fights Utah Wilderness Bill In Congress

Legislation Would Close 9 Million Acres Of Utah Public Land To Riding Bills that would close 9.1 million acres of Utah public land to off-highway vehicles have been introduced in Congress, the American Motorcyclist Association reports. U.S. Rep. Rush Holt (D-N.J.) introduced H.R. 1630, and U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) introduced S. 769, on April […]