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  • Mission Open Road

    May 07, 2015

    The Harley-Davidson Motor Co. is offering free motorcycle training to all current and former U.S. military personnel from May 16 (Armed Forces Day) through Sept. 13.

  • Motus gets 'CARB' certification

    May 07, 2015

    Motus Motorcycles recently received its certification from the California Environmental Agency's Air Resources Board that all its 2015 motorcycles comply with California emissions standards, the company announced.

  • American Motorcyclist Association salutes motorcycling moms on Mother's Day

    May 06, 2015

    The American Motorcyclist Association salutes all motorcycling moms on Mothers' Day, May 10. More than 7 million of the nation's 27 million motorcycle riders are women, according to industry estimates. And Mother's Day presents the perfect opportunity to express your love, support and appreciation for the mom's in your family and circle of friends.

  • Motorcyclists ride for Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation in California, North Carolina

    May 05, 2015

    Motorcyclists at Ride for Kids events in California and North Carolina over the weekend raised $220,868 for the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation. More than 1,200 motorcyclists gathered on May 3 for the Los Angeles and N.C. Triangle Ride for Kids events to honor local brain tumor survivors Amanda, Charlotte, Chase, Cheryl, David, Dylan, Dylan F., Elise, Ella Cate, Ethan, Jamilyn, Julia, Kimberly, Lisa, Micah, Michelle, Samantha and Yverline.

  • AMA welcomes Moose Racing as presenting sponsor for national dual sport and adventure riding series

    May 01, 2015

    The American Motorcyclist Association is pleased to announce that Moose Racing, a leading provider of top-quality off-road apparel, is the presenting sponsor of the Beta AMA National Dual Sport and Yamaha Super Ténéré AMA National Adventure Riding Series.

  • American Motorcyclist Association highlights May as Motorcycle Awareness Month

    April 30, 2015

    With the beginning of Motorcycle Awareness Month on May 1, the American Motorcyclist Association is issuing a special appeal to motorists to be aware of their driving environment, check mirrors and blind spots before changing lanes and, especially, to watch for motorcyclists.

  • American Motorcyclist Association launches AMA Get Women Riding campaign

    April 30, 2015

    With a series of videos, expanded online content and an event for new riders at its Ohio headquarters, the American Motorcyclist Association is launching the AMA Get Women Riding campaign. The program promotes motorcycling to women and girls.

  • Go Ride–Safely: Start of New Riding Season is Great Time to Refresh Skills

    April 27, 2015

    Most of us have felt like “bait on a hook” while riding on the roadways at one time or another. And rightfully so. If there’s a collision, motorcycles are at the bottom of the food chain. The good news, though, is that we are born with basic survival skills that translate well to our riding.

  • Lessons Learned: Six-Day Education on Michigan’s World-Class Trails

    April 27, 2015

    When I was 8, my dad brought home a Honda CRF50. I learned the basics of riding in a field in the woods. Since we rode only a few months each year, my progress was slow. When I was 14, I switched to a Yamaha YZ125. Although light and quick, it was too tall for me. I often toppled over when I stopped, unable to properly touch the ground. That same summer, as I adjusted to the bike, I went on my first Six Days of Michigan ride.

  • Yamaha donates Super Ténéré and once again sponsors True American Heroes Weekend Hosted By Kenny Roberts

    April 24, 2015

    For the fourth consecutive year, Yamaha Motor Corporation, U.S.A., is proud to sponsor the True American Heroes Weekend, a fundraising event held at Kenny Roberts’ legendary ranch in Modesto, California, to benefit “Welcome Home Heroes” and the Cpl. Michael D. Anderson Jr. Memorial Foundation.

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