Buck Carson, a seminar speaker at AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days, outlined some basic methods for identifying younger people who may be interested in vintage motorcycles and introducing them to all the pastime has to offer.
AMA Motorcycle Hall of Famer David Aldana is the grand marshal for AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days this year. He spent much of the day on Friday meeting fans, shaking hands and signing autographs in the AMA Oasis tent on the infield at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Lexington, Ohio.
Artists Jonathon Ryan and Alicia Vanderelli spent Friday interpreting on canvas the American Motor Drome Wall of Death during AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Lexington, Ohio.
ince the early 1900s, motorcycle riders have participated in field meets, which include a number of fun, casual games on motorcycles. This weekend at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Lexington, Ohio, the American Motorcyclist Association Classic Field Meet Challenge will offer several free activities for attendees of AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days.
Participants on the Saturday, July 11, AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days dinner ride to the vintage dirt track race at Ashland Country Fairgrounds will enjoy a special gift from AMA member benefit partner MAD Maps.
Dowco Powersports announced today the retirement of OE Sales Account Manager, Ken Schweda, a long-time industry veteran.
Sena Technologies, Inc., the global leader in Bluetooth innovation for the motorsports, action sports and outdoor sports lifestyles, announced an all-new line of stealth communication systems for owners of the Shoei GT-Air and Neotec, Schuberth C3 and C3 Pro and Arai full face helmets.
With the long Independence Day weekend approaching, the American Motorcyclist Association urges everyone on the roads to remain alert, drive sober and watch for motorcyclists.
Beta is proud to announce their 2016 Xtrainer, RR, and RS models.
When pulling the Shock Sox—“the 10-second removable fork seal protector”—out of the package, the first impression is that it almost certainly lives up to that marketing tagline.