DirtDAZE is bringing in Jimmy Lewis and his Off-Road Riding School from Nevada. Jimmy’s school is considered one of the best riding schools in the U.S., and DirtDaze will be offering special 2- and 4-hour classes.
The American Motorcyclist Association has announced a new partnership with CycleTrader.com that provides a 20 percent discount for AMA members on top-of-the-line classified ads to sell or trade their motorcycles.
“Magnificent desolation.” Buzz Aldrin used these words to describe the surface of the moon, and they linger in my mind as I ride along Canada’s Trans-Labrador Highway somewhere between Labrador City and Churchill Falls.
The 75th Daytona Bike Week kicks off today and runs through March 13 in Daytona Beach, Fla. The event welcomes motorcyclists from across the country, including road riders and racers from many disciplines. Motorcyclists planning to race, go on a road ride or just watch the action are encouraged to check out the AMA-sanctioned events happening in and around Daytona Beach during the week.
The Dakota 600 is a four-day, all-inclusive ride that raises funds for trail development work through the 501c3: South Dakota Trails Development Corp.
I’ve been riding for over 30 years, and I have lived in areas where riding with heated clothing was a requirement if you wanted to extend your riding season. When I moved from Northern California to Arizona, I packed my heated gear in storage. That was almost six years ago, and I’ve only used it once when I was riding in Montana at altitude. Come this past December, some of our mornings in Arizona dipped down to 37 degrees, which gave me the opportunity to put Warm & Safe’s Generation 4 Women’s Heated Liner to the test.
Richard Anderson of Santa Clara, Calif., is the owner of a Suzuki Boulevard M109R because he renewed his American Motorcyclist Association membership and his name was selected in the 2015 AMA Member Sweepstakes, the AMA announced today.
One lucky winner will ride away on a 2016 Zero DSR electric motorcycle just for entering the 2016 AMA Club 1924 Motorcycle Sweepstakes at one of the nation's major motorcycle rallies, the American Motorcyclist Association announced today.
Maggie McNally was elected chair of the AMA Board of Directors on Feb. 16, making her the first woman to lead the board in the association's 89-year history.
McNally, a self-described city kid from Albany, N.Y., has been a member of the AMA board since 2009 (including vice chair), representing individual AMA members in the Northeast Region.