Tune in to “On The Line With The AMA,” a podcast featuring AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame inductees and other motorcycle racing greats, industry innovators and rights advocates.
Bench racing, storytelling and more from America’s top motorcyclists
Episode 1, April 15, 2020 — AMA Motorcycle Hall of Famers Gary Mathers and Rob Muzzy
Gary Mathers is best known for his successful career at the helm of American Honda’s racing efforts. Rob Muzzy’s name is synonymous with numerous Kawasaki championships. For many years, the two men worked together before managing opposing teams. Click here.
Episode 2, May 6, 2020 — AMA Motorcycle Hall of Famers Dick Burleson and Gunnar Lindstrom
Gunnar Lindstrom is a Swedish-born rider best known for ushering in the sport of motocross in America. Dick Burleson is revered for his eight consecutive AMA National Enduro Championships and eight consecutive ISDT gold medals. Click here.
Episode 3, June 3, 2020 — AMA President and CEO Rob Dingman and Erik Pritchard, president and CEO of the Motorcycle Industry Council
In this episode we talk with AMA President and CEO Rob Dingman and Erik Pritchard, president and CEO of the Motorcycle Industry Council. In addition to leading the dominant nonprofits in American motorcycling, these men direct important affiliate organizations, including the Motorcycle Safety Foundation and the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame. Click here.
Episode 4, July 9, 2020 — AMA Motorcycle Hall of Famers Debbie Evans and Gary Davis
For decades, Debbie Evans and Gary Davis have wowed movie and television audiences as professional stunt riders. Their names may not be household words like the stars they stood in for, but their credits include numerous box-office blockbusters and popular television shows. Click here.
Episode 5, July 27, 2020 — AMA Motorcycle Hall of Famer Mona Ehnes and her son, AMA Board Chair Russ Ehnes.
In the 1960s, Hall of Famer Mona Ehnes and her family enjoyed off-road riding in the Montana mountains often. When controversial legislation was introduced to close trails and restrict riding opportunities, she got involved. Mona’s son, Russ, has been a motorcycling rights advocate all of his life. Today, he is chair of the AMA Board of Directors. Fighting to preserve access to public lands is a job that requires long days and gets little publicity but when motorcycling in your blood, the call to act is strong. Click here.