AMA to Educate Riders at IMS Events

As motorcyclists are expected to flood the International Motorcycle Shows locations, the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) will take the opportunity and greet existing members, recruit new ones and educate all riders on today's big issues in motorcycling at Qwest Field in Seattle, December 10-12.

"Today's riders have a lot of questions about the threats to motorcycling, such as the lead ban that still targets kids' bikes, efforts to shut down responsible trail access by environmental groups, and unfair sound laws that target motorcyclists," said AMA Director of Membership Marketing Dan Stedman.

"We will be on hand to answer questions about these topics as well as discuss the numerous member benefits of joining the AMA, from product discounts to access to competition events and our efforts to protect the future of motorcycling," added Stedman.

In addition to the Seattle event, the AMA will also attend the Progressive International Motorcycle Shows in Long Beach, Dec. 17-19; Washington, D.C., Jan. 14-16; New York, Jan. 21-23; Cleveland, Jan. 28-30; and Chicago, Feb. 11-13.

"For 2010-11, the International Motorcycle Shows have been transformed to offer a richer show experience,"
Stedman said. "This is the perfect opportunity for the AMA to get more involved in motorcycling's No. 1 consumer trade show. Attendees at these shows are dedicated riders whose passion for motorcycling runs deep. These are exactly the type of riders who belong in the AMA -- riders who care about motorcycling's future and are ready to help protect our access to the road, trail and race track." 

At the shows, the AMA will also offer a chance to win a beautifully restored 1971 Kawasaki Z1 and a new Kawasaki Z1000 in a raffle to benefit the Motorcycle Hall of Fame, as well as delivering the AMA's message of promoting and protecting motorcycling.
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