As an American Motorcyclist Association Life member, you know what the AMA does for motorcycling and for you. But do your riding buddies know?
From the statehouse to the White House, motorcyclists are under attack and the AMA has been fighting those threats for almost 100 years. More members mean more clout for the AMA to fight those threats to motorcycling.
Are your riding buddies AMA members? If not, then pass along some of these reasons why they should be part of the largest motorcyclists’ rights organization on the planet. Then ask them to join the AMA at www.americanmotorcyclist.com or by calling (800) AMA-JOIN (262-5646).
AMA members save cash with AMA discounts on everything from hotel stays to motorcycle parts, gear, apparel and more.
Roadside assistance is available to cover bikes, cars, pickups, motorhomes and trailers for the entire household.
The AMA is involved in some of the greatest road-riding events on the planet. Whether you like touring the country, attending rallies, or having fun on your dual-sport bike, The AMA has a ride for you.
Whether you want to race amateur motocross, enduros or hare scrambles, the AMA is the place to be. The AMA can get you started in racing or steer you to a race in your area.
The AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame tells the fascinating stories of some of the greatest people and machines in motorcycling. It’s located on the AMA campus in Pickerington, Ohio.
The AMA website at www.americanmotorcyclist.com offers the latest news related to motorcycling and motorcycling personalities. Plus there are riding tips and more.
Nobody covers motorcycling like American Motorcyclist magazine. Whether you want to read about the personalities who make motorcycling great, what riders like you think about the latest gear or just want to read about someone’s exotic motorcycle journey, it’s all there. And it’s not sold on newsstands. American Motorcyclist is only available to AMA members.