The Gold Wing Road Riders Association announced at Wing Ding that the association will close.
The AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame welcomes motorcyclists and fans of motorcycling to its Spring Bike Night, 5-8 p.m., April 28 at the American Motorcyclist Association campus, 13515 Yarmouth Drive.
Attorney Alexander Berger has been hired as the new associate general counsel for the Motorcycle Industry Council, the Specialty Vehicle Institute of America, the Recreational Off-Highway Vehicle Association, and the Motorcycle Safety Foundation.
Tony Moseley won re-election to the American Motorcyclist Association Board of Directors in voting that ended Jan. 15. Moseley’s challenger for the South Central Region seat was Nancy Broen of Georgetown, Texas.
Powersports industry icon Arnold W. Ackerman has retired after many years of service, stepping away from his seat on the Motorcycle Industry Council Board of Directors, his chairmanship of the MIC Aftermarket/Allied Trades Committee, and being active in numerous, far-ranging MIC committees.
The Recreational Off-Highway Vehicle Association, and major ROV manufacturers and distributors, want to remind drivers and passengers to be safe and responsible while enjoying their outdoor fun.
Annette Randolph, the new director of human resources at the Motorcycle Industry Council, is a familiar face to many at the associations.
Family enduros, insurance, dual sport rides and political issues were among the topics pertaining to recreational riding that were discussed during AMA Congress.
More than 800 attendees visited the Hall of Fame Museum and new “Six Days” display.
Sayre has been working for the organization as grassroots coordinator since January 2016 and has been an AMA member since 2012. He will continue working in the nonprofit association’s Washington, D.C., office.