Designed to inform motorcyclists of rights-related issues and events in the United States and around the world, AMA News & Notes is a monthly publication compiled and edited by the American Motorcyclist Association Government Relations Department.
Fly Racing Kinetic Mesh MX gear is designed to help you beat the heat of summer riding but still keep you safe.
The ADAPTIV Motorcycle Accessory Mount by Adaptiv Technologies is a solid piece of equipment if you are looking to mount any device to your ride.
The AMA reminds motorists to drive safely this Labor Day holiday weekend and, particularly, to be alert for motorcyclists sharing the roads.
Mississippi off-highway-vehicle riders will have 9.5 miles of additional trails available when the U.S. Forest Service reopens Phase One of the Rattlesnake Bay OHV Trails in DeSoto National Forest on Sept. 20.
Ride for Kids motorcyclists in Michigan and North Carolina raised more than $84,000 for the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation on Aug. 24.
Propelled by Project RUSHMORE, the global launch of the Street™750 and Street™500 motorcycles and the electric buzz of Project LiveWire™, Harley-Davidson® (NYSE:HOG) stays hard on the throttle with the introduction of its 2015 model lineup. Combining world-class aerodynamics, exhilarating audio performance and dialed-in ergonomic fit, Harley-Davidson expands its diverse offering of motorcycles and gives riders more ways than ever before to lead their own pack to the open road.
Just in time for the traveling public this Labor Day Weekend! The Wayne National Forest has launched a new mobile-based tour designed to better connect visitors with National Forest System lands in southeast Ohio.
The AMA is pleased to announce that two candidates for two open seats on the AMA Board of Directors will appear on the ballot at the AMA business member meeting on Friday, Oct. 17, in Orlando, Fla. In addition, a third at-large member will go before the AMA membership for ratification.
Ride for Kids motorcyclists in Massachusetts and Missouri raised more than $87,400 for the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation on Aug. 17.