The American Motorcyclist Association is announcing the 2015 AMA Vintage Grand Tour, which will reward participating road riders for attending AMA-sanctioned vintage competition events.
When Bob J. Loguidice of Ramona, Calif., renewed his American Motorcyclist Association membership last February, it earned him the status of AMA Life Member and qualified him for the 2014 American Motorcyclist Association membership sweepstakes.
Today, Loguidice won the sweepstakes prize, a 2014 Yamaha Super Ténéré motorcycle, courtesy of Yamaha Motor Corp. U.S.A.
Motorcycle Safety Foundation Vice President Robert Gladden has announced that Donald L. Green has joined the Motorcycle Safety Foundation to manage the Indiana Motorcyclist Safety Program and assist MSF in advancing national motorcyclist safety initiatives.
Legends will collide when stars of HISTORY’s “Biker Battleground: Phoenix,” John Shope and Paul Yaffe, join the Buffalo Chip Challenge. These celebrity custom bike builders will pit iconic motorcycle manufacturers Indian and Harley-Davidson against each other in a classic build-off that will give Black Hills area high school students an opportunity to learn cutting-edge motorcycle customization techniques.
One of the fastest-growing brands in off-road racing and riding has signed on as the new title sponsor for the country's largest and longest-running dual sport series, the Beta AMA National Dual Sport Series.
Polaris Industries Inc. (NYSE: PII) today announced it has acquired the electric motorcycle business of Brammo Inc. In addition, Polaris is acting as a leading investor in a recapitalization of Brammo that enables the company to focus exclusively on the design, development and integration of electric vehicle powertrains.
Four years ago, Lynn Plog from Deer Grove, Ill., committed to dual-sport motorcycling. Since then, he has attended several events on the American Motorcyclist Association National Dual Sport Series calendar each year.
TomTom (TOM2) today launches the all-new TomTom RIDER, designed to make every motorcycle ride more exciting. For the first time, bikers can choose the level of twists and turns they want to ride to create their own adrenaline-filled adventure.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says the number of motorcyclists killed in traffic crashes declined by 6.4 percent from 2012 to 2013, and the number injured dropped 5.4 percent, the American Motorcyclist Association reports.
The new SHOEI Hornet X2 was introduced to media today at the San Diego Zoo Safari park in Escondido, Calif.