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Lap for History gives riders a Mid-Ohio memory

Hall of Famer Bubba Shobert leads parade lap on road course

The Lap for History offers riders at 2019 Honda AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days presented by Avon Tyres a chance to take their motorcycles on a parade...

Four ways to get around at AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days

Motorized options cut time moving between attractions, improve attendee experience

There’s so much to see and experience at AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days that it can be a challenge just getting to all of the races, bike shows...

Roadracing World Action Fund to provide soft barriers at 2019 Honda AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days presented by Avon Tyres

Airfence provides protection for road racers

The Roadracing World Action Fund will provide soft barriers for road races at 2019 Honda AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days presented by Avon Tyres,...

American Motorcyclist Association urges extra travel caution during Independence Day holiday

Risk for motorcyclists heightened during annual celebration of American freedom

The American Motorcyclist Association urges all road users to exercise extra caution and remain sober while driving or riding during the...

AMA News & Notes: July 2019

National and regional news for motorcyclists

AMA News & Notes is a monthly publication compiled and edited by the American Motorcyclist Association, designed to inform motorcyclists of...

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AMA Press Releases

Baltimore OHV committee meets

AMA Press Release

The American Motorcyclist Association is working with local government, riders and other organizations to investigate the possibility of creating an off-highway-vehicle park in Baltimore.

Group tours motocross parks

BALTIMORE – City Councilman Pete Welch led a 20-person group on a tour of the Happy Ramblers Motorcycle Club in Hanover, Pa., and the Candytown Motorcycle Club in Elizabethtown, Pa., on March 19 to gather information for their effort to create an off-highway-vehicle park for the city.

Welch hopes to establish a world class “wheels park” that will provide a place for OHV riders, bicyclists, skateboarders and others to enjoy their pastimes safely.

The initiative gathered momentum during the summer of 2015 as a way to curb stunts and other illegal riding on the city’s streets and in its parks. Community organizations, government officials, riders AMA District 7 representatives and the AMA are participating in the study.

Industry Press Releases

Powersports trade and safety associations announce CEO succession plan

MIC, MSF chief Tim Buche to move to consultant role

The boards of the Motorcycle Industry Council (MIC), Specialty Vehicle Institute of America (SVIA), Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF), and...

Monster Energy AMA Supercross 2020 race schedule announced

Utah, the State of Sport set to host the World Finale in Salt Lake City

The 17-round schedule for the 2020 season of Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, will return to some of the sport's most...

New forest supervisor announced at Wayne National Forest

Carrie Gilbert assumes duties in September

On Friday, June 28, Acting Regional Forester Bob Lueckel announced the selection of Carrie Gilbert as the Wayne National Forest’s new Forest...

Husqvarna Motorcycles’ MY20 FS 450 available now

Formidable performance from the most advanced 450cc supermoto

Progressive International Motorcycle Shows announces 2019-20 tour dates

Eight cities planned for show's 39th season

The Progressive International Motorcycle Shows (IMS), the industry leader for connecting powersports’ top brands with enthusiasts and...

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