AMA 2013 Flash Tour #1: World's Largest & Smallest
March 08, 2013
AMA 2013 Flash Tour #1:
It's that time... You are looking for a reason to get your beloved scoot
out of storage and back on the road. Well, here's your chance. AMA
Flash Tours are back for 2013 - ride your motorcycle, take a picture,
and earn a chance at some cool gear & prizes.
challenge: Take a picture of your motorcycle in front of something
really big - or impossibly small. We don't care - but it would be best
if you can tell us what it is we are looking at. Special
consideration is always given for imaginative entries. Please take your pictures in the high resolution for best results.
So get that
picture and send it to us ASAP. We will post it on the AMA Facebook page, and you could win some cool AMA gear.
picture will be featured here on the Flash Tours web page and may even
be in an upcoming issue of American Motorcyclist. You may see your
bike on the AMA Flash Tours web site, or even in
American Motorcyclist magazine!
This challenge runs until March 31st, so get moving! Please include your AMA member number with each submission to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Not an AMA member? Sign up before you go at www.americanmotorcyclist.com/join.
Full rules and submission information can be found at www.americanmotorcyclist.com/Riding/Street/PremierTouringSeries/FlashTours.
About the American Motorcycle Heritage Foundation
Founded in 1990 by the American Motorcycle Heritage Foundation, the goal of the Motorcycle Hall of Fame is to tell the stories and preserve the history of motorcycling. Located on the campus of the American Motorcyclist Association in Pickerington, Ohio, the Hall of Fame's three major exhibition halls feature the machines and memorabilia of those who have contributed notably to the sport. The Motorcycle Hall of Fame recognizes individuals who have made significant contributions to motorcycling, including those known for their contributions to road riding, off-road riding and all categories of racing, as well as those who have excelled in business, history, design and engineering. More information can be found at MotorcycleMuseum.org.