The American Motorcyclist Association is pleased to announce recent additions to its board of directors.
Six U.S. military veterans received new Harley-Davidson motorcycles Nov. 6 as part of the company’s partnership with the Wounded Warrior Project, which helps improve the lives of service men and women living with post-traumatic stress disorder.
Kevin Windham’s Ride Day and Party in the Pasture is just a couple of days away, so if you haven’t signed up yet it’s not too late. You still have until Thursday to pre-register, or you can buy tickets for the Ride Day, Spectator, RV Camping, and the Party in the Pasture the day of the event.
The Wayne National Forest in Ohio is waiving its trail fees over the Veterans Day holiday weekend, Nov. 8-11. The fee waivers are offered in cooperation with other federal agencies under the Federal Lands Recreation Enhancement Act. This fee waiver applies to trail use only.
Husqvarna Motorcycles has announced that it has unveiled three new street models at EICMA.
Earlier this year, I began to make plans for a vacation to Southern California. I have always wanted to ride in California and figured this was as good a time as any.
I am an AMA Life Member and remembered seeing an ad for SoCal Motorcycle Tours in this magazine. I called the number and within seconds I was on the phone with Tim Rambo, tour leader, and on my way to what turned out to be a fantastic day.
The American Motorcyclist Association and the U.S. Forest Service's Wayne National Forest have jointly produced two YouTube videos promoting safe and responsible off-road motorcycling.
Check out the footage from the 11th Annual KTM Adventure Rider Rally in Taos Ski Valley, NM. Includes appearances from Factory riders: Mike Lafferty, Russell Bobbitt, Chris Fillmore and Andrew Short.
iding a motorcycle between two lanes of stopped or slowly moving traffic -- a tactic known as lane splitting -- is a relatively safe maneuver when both the motorcyclist and nearby drivers know the law and adhere to "safe and prudent" practices, according to two California studies released this week.
Robert Bosch LLC has developed Motorcycle Stability Control (MSC), the world’s first all-in-one safety system for motorcycles. MSC is designed to measure key motorcycle data and intervene in critical situations, resulting in improved rider safety.