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I was a member during my AHRMA days because I had to be but I'm not now. Never really saw much value. I always have 2nd thoughts about an organization that will have me👍
Me too , which does cast doubt on the wonderfullness of this place Dusty
I've used their towing service twice (for a pickup and a car).Rich A
. I don't believe the AMA have played any roll in the ethanol debacle. Can anyone seriously think the AMA gets consideration when lobbyists for the corn production industry have way more savvy, money and interest in the status quo, - - - or worse. R3~
Y'all forgot how AMA screwed DR John out of business when he was whupping Honda and the ujms buts.
As an admitted tree-hugger, I've never been in favor of the AMA's agenda of opening all wild public lands to off road motorcycle use, protection of natural resources be damned......and therefore never a member.
I read that they'll pick you up for a breakdown but not a crash. Kinda kickin' a man when he's down don't you think?
Never heard that 1. So if you hit ice and crash into a tree or a deer jumps out in front of you they will not assist? I don't believe this.
Believe it or not, that's their policy. They only assist for breakdowns, not accidents.
The AMA screwed up American Motorcycle racing something awful. The last Class C event I attended had all the pageantry of a small church fair and the rules were skewed so much in HD's favor that the event rivaled professional wrestling for authenticity. Then there is roadracing...the once prestigeous Daytona 200 is now a 600cc Superbike race that serves as a backdrop for Sturgis-like strip shows and burnout contests. Add in the fact that they have taken to supporting causes at the ridiculous extreme of the sport, and I got to feeling that riders like me were not a priority to the AMA. I had a membership in the past, but no more...
They have had their ups and downs over the years, but overall, I think it is a good organization. I have been a Life-AMA member for many years...and motorcyclists need a voice in Washington and among the states to further protect our right to RIDE, so in that light, they serve a worthy purpose (IMHO)
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