The founders and equity holders of RevZilla Motorsports, LLC and investment funds managed by J.W. Childs Associates, LP have agreed to be joint equity holders of a newly formed holding company with investments in both RevZilla and Cycle Gear, Inc., two of the nation’s leading retailers of apparel, accessories and parts for motorcycle enthusiasts.
PICKERINGTON, Ohio -- The American Motorcyclist Association will greet current and future members at 2016's most iconic motorcycling events, including Daytona Bike Week, Americade, Laconia, AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days and Sturgis.
Reliving AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days in 2010
The smart phone app, Curb Ninja, lets users search and tag a map of motorcycle parking spots. This may seem ridiculous to some since parking a motorcycle in a suburban or country town is as easy as turning on the faucet. But in the fast-paced urban environment of cities like San Francisco and New York, turning a phone into a divining rod for motorcycle parking is as practical as an umbrella in a downpour.
While women are a common site on the starting line at a race today, I find it pretty uncommon to find women’s gear that isn’t pink. While the SE Jersey isn’t specifically designed for women, the Starburst Black/Purple offers the perfect solution for conveying that I’m a girl without using the stereotypical pink.
Erin Sills, American Motorcyclist Association Female Racer of the Year for 2014, has confirmed her participation the 2016 Sisters' Centennial Motorcycle Ride and will emcee the Grand Finale Party for the event in San Francisco.
Reminiscing on the bikes and people at AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days in 2010.
The American Motorcyclist Association is pleased to announce that Ted Cabral -- a 38-year member from Penngrove, Calif. -- has been elected to its Board of Directors from the Northwest Region.
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.