The board re-elected the officers who were selected in the December special election.
Three organizations joined forces to share the priorities of the motorcycling community and industry with U.S. Department of Transportation.
Chuck Boderman assumes the chair, and Bill Jenkins was elected vice chair.
The MIC’s market expansion initiative is an integrated program aimed at inspiring and supporting new and returning riders.
For dealers and general managers, the roundtable taking place on 10 a.m. PT will feature a deep-dive into current and relevant topics that will provide solutions on improving your staffing, inventory and bottom-line. Aftermarket and vehicle manufacturers and distributors can discover valuable insights on improving the customer experience, maximizing existing resources, and growing your business. The
To help powersports dealers best leverage social media platforms to engage with current and potential customers, the Motorcycle Industry Council provided its Ride With Us Social Content Playbook to members. “A core principle of Ride With Us is connecting directly with riders and potential riders, and social media is a great tool to do just
Spring-boarding off the March 2021 MIC Symposium, David Savlowitz and Michael Ponton return to the MIC Symposium on September 23 at 10 am Pacific to provide updated data, predictive analytics, and strategic perspectives on the macroeconomy and the powersports industry. David Savlowitz is the CEO & Founder of Competitive Analytics located in Newport Beach, California,
MIC is closing in on helping more than 500 people experience the exhilaration of their first ride.
Competitive Analytics will provide an update of new data, predictive analytics, and strategic perspectives on the macroeconomy and the powersports industry.
Moto Intro will give attendees with no motorcycling experience the opportunity to experience the thrill of their first ride on dirt bikes.
The Motorcycle Industry Council (MIC), Motorcycle Safety Foundation, Specialty Vehicle Institute of America, and the Recreational Off Highway Vehicle Association recently hired Lisa Delaney to lead the associations’ membership division and Eli Ralston to oversee information technology at the organizations. “As the associations continue to expand the services we provide our members, we need strong