Motorcycle industry executive Larry Little has been named Chairman of the Board of the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation, the leading nonprofit funder of research into one of the deadliest forms of childhood cancer.
Every year, tens of thousands of riders converge on AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days to celebrate something very simple and surprisingly universal: old bikes.
AMA Club 1924, named in honor of the AMA’s founding year, will be the association’s presence at these events, celebrating the fun of motorcycling, connecting with riders and looking back on the history of motorcycling in America.
When you live north of 40 degrees latitude or at elevation, motorcycle riding is seasonal. We can’t stop snow and ice, but there’s no reason that on a dry day, cold should keep you off the road.
The American Motorcyclist Association reached more people in 2015 than any previous year, using social media, direct contact with motorcycling advocates, press releases, newsletters and magazines.
Geiger Grade Road is one of those strips of asphalt that makes any motorcyclist appreciate the wonders of nature. Although I’m not a geologist, I can certainly dig the topography that usually results where one natural expanse meets another. In this case, it’s the Great Basin to Reno’s west and the Sierra Nevada desert to its east.
Dowco is excited to announce the expansion of their industry-leading motorcycle cover line with the addition of the new Guardian Premium motorcycle half cover.
The AMA announced today its 2015 AMA Motorcyclist of the Year: AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame Legend Wayne Rainey. Rainey, three-time world champion, two-time AMA Superbike champion and now president of MotoAmerica, leads a team that has revitalized professional road racing in the United States.
Check out these photo highlights from the Rhinestone Rider Women's group, an AMA-affiliated social group.
One reason many of us ride motorcycles is the adventure of getting off the beaten path. An excellent way to heighten that experience is to combine your two-wheeled excursion with a camping trip. Living and riding in the Pacific Northwest, I’ve had numerous opportunities to sneak off for a night or so of camping, while exploring the grand scenery by day on the bike.