Members of the American Motorcyclist Association now can subscribe to the leading satellite personal tracking system for less. The SPOT family of products, which includes the SPOT Gen3™ satellite GPS messenger, SPOT Global Phone and all new theft-alert tracking device, SPOT Trace™, will provide AMA members with an unprecedented and exclusive service credit on SPOT products in addition to existing device promotions.
Longtime off-road enthusiasts Jim E. Schoon and David Halsey are miles apart geographically, but united in spirit for a cause—promoting responsible riding, keeping trails open for public use and polishing the image of the off-road rider.
This year’s Ride to Work Day is Monday, June 16th.
In observance of National Get Outdoors Day, the Wayne National Forest will offer a fee waiver this Saturday, June 14, 2014.
Honda and Yamaha brand motorcycles proved most popular among thieves during 2013, with Suzuki, Kawasaki and Harley-Davidson rounding out the top five.
The AMA is encouraging all motorcyclists to participate in the 23rd Annual International Motorcycle and Scooter Ride to Work Day on June 16 to demonstrate that motorcycles are fun and affordable, easy to maneuver in traffic and park, fuel efficient and better for the environment than cars and trucks.
From Colorado to Ohio, motorcyclists hit the road to raise $100,047 for the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation on June 8.
Father's Day shopping in motorcycling families is an exciting time, as children peruse the wide array of gift choices for one special rider.
Last year Yamaha introduced the beginning of a new breed of motorcycles with the all-new FZ-09. So how do you follow up a first act as profound and game changing as the FZ-09?
In the early 1950s, three underdog riders were winning AMA Grand Nationals against their better-funded factory rivals out of Europe and Milwaukee, Wis. Whether it was the Springfield Mile, the Charity Newsies or Daytona, Bill Tuman, Bobby Hill and Ernie Beckman put their Indian motorcycles on the top step of the podium.