Get AMA Membership.

AMA’s mission is to protect and promote the interests of motorcyclists while serving the needs of its members. For a modest $39 (the price of a one-year membership), your gift provides it’s recipient with a plethora of AMA membership discounts, plenty of sanctioned racing and riding events and helps underwrite this organizations political agenda to protect our rider rights at the national, state and local level.
Founded in 1924, the AMA is the worlds largest and most dedicated group of motorcycle enthusiasts. Your gift provides it’s recipient immediate association with 300,000 like-minded members of the world’s largest and most dedicated group of motorcycle enthusiasts. Then there’s the Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum in Pickerington, Ohio, a yearly subscription to American Motorcyclist Magazine, their bi-monthly email newsletter and affiliation with Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM), the international governing body for motorcycle sport and touring activity.

And this year, if you happen to be renewing someone’s current membership, or signing them up for the first time, if you do so by November 7, 2008 your gift will also provide its recipient with a chance to win a 2008 Triumph Bonneville. And winning a bike like that would make 2008 a very “Merry Christmas” indeed! Rogue, Sturgis Freedom Fighters, Motorcycle Hall Of Fame Member 2005

3 Responses to “Get AMA Membership.”

  1. 1 Nicker Nov 18th, 2008 at 10:45 pm

    “… to protect our rider rights …’

    There was a time when i never thought i would ride anything with saddle bags or that i’de ever belong to any organization (but then i never thought i grow up either).

    Even the most primitive herd animal knows there is safety in numbers.
    The AMA has the kind-a numbers it takes to make a difference.

    Moreover, these days, if you ride a contemporary scooter, when those high tech black box motor moniitoring systems take a crap 1k Miles from home, no amount of roadside fiddeling will get em going again (even if ya know what your looking at).

    Now, the AMA has a way-cool scooter towing package.
    “-Don’t Leave Home Without It-”

    Just a thought.

  2. 2 Pepper Nov 19th, 2008 at 12:37 pm

    When I began riding 25+ years ago I was advised to join the AMA, and have continued my membership since. The organization has morphed over the years to meet the needs of our ever changing lifestyle, and their legislative efforts, on and off road, are immensely valuable to today’s rider. Having a watch dog monitoring state and federal bureaucrats is no longer a good idea, it is a necessity. Well meaning politicians and safetycrats are working on legislation that we would never have imagined possible in this country. It’ll be the best $39 you’ll spend.

  3. 3 Rogue Nov 19th, 2008 at 12:38 pm

    I am a member of AMA and I am very thankful for the help that they have given me over the years as well as their efforts in Motorcycle Legislation
    Florida has had some laws passed in recent years pertaining to motorcycles that I think should never have been passed.
    A policy that some State Motorcycle Rights Organizations are using is to tell the AMA that they are not welcome in state lobbying efforts.
    I disagree with that and have during the past year have asked the to intercede on my behalf and other members.
    They have done that with some good results. They have posted position on numerous subjects and helped overturn others.
    When a issue like HB 137 was presented and we were told by ABATE of Florida it was a dead issue only to find out at the last minute it was not.
    AMA contact all their members in Florida to inform them what was happening. There were some changes made to the bill but some bad issues still got through.
    You all know about the license plates now having to be horizontal and the enomous fines if they are not.
    But more important is throught the efforts of AMA and BOLT the section pertaining to consfication of vehicles was defeated.
    By people joining AMA and asking them to continue in their efforts to monitor legislation and get more involved in issues that their membership wants even if it displeases other groups in the state is very important.
    I am suggesting the small amout of money for membership is a good investment in the future of protecting motorcyclist.
    You join, You let them know how you feel on issues and hopefully everyone works together to straighten out the mess we are now in.
    Talking and bitchin about it after the fact does not do any good.
    If you are not part of the solution you are part of the problem.

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