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National Cycle Joins the Sisters’ Centennial Motorcycle Ride

The Sisters’ Centennial Motorcycle Ride happily welcomes National Cycle as its most recent partner. Several of the staff will be using the ZTechnik windshields in the cross-country ride, most notably on BMW Motorcycles.

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The Sisters’ Centennial Motorcycle Ride happily welcomes National Cycle as its most recent partner. Several of the staff will be using the ZTechnik windshields in the cross-country ride, most notably on BMW Motorcycles.

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“National Cycle made several of our staff very happy by offering to outfit their bikes with ZTechnik windshields,” said event organizer Alisa Clickenger. “We are very happy to partner with National Cycle as all of us ride leaders are long distance motorcycle riders. We know comfort is the key to safety for long days in the saddle, and often customization is the way to achieve optimal comfort for an individual rider.”

“National Cycle is proud to sponsor the 2016 Sisters’ Centennial Motorcycle Ride and to provide our premier quality hardcoated polycarbonate VStream® Windscreens to make the long ride more enjoyable. We’ve had woman riders in our family and in our company for decades, and strongly believe that a woman’s place in this world is in the rider’s seat of a powerful motorcycle,” said Ann Willey, Sales and Marketing Manager for National Cycle.

Scheduled July 3-23, 2016, the AMA-sanctioned event is a cross-country motorcycle ride for women commemorating the 100th anniversary of Adeline and Augusta Van Buren’s historic ride across the United States from New York to San Francisco. The event, which MPN is the official media parter for, will conclude with a group ride in to San Francisco on July 23, 2016, where festivities will celebrate the event completion and riders’ accomplishments.

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Registration is open on the event website at www.SistersMotorcycleRide.com.

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