American Motorcyclist Association members can win cool gifts, support their riding freedoms and get great deals on parts and gear at 112 Cycle Gear locations nationwide during AMA Go Ride! Month in April.
“AMA Bike Nights at Cycle Gear give AMA members a destination where they can enjoy good food, drink, music and fun with friends,” said AMA Chief Operations Officer Jeff Massey. “Thanks to Cycle Gear’s generous support, all AMA members who join, renew or bring a friend to join get special gifts. We also have incentives for clubs that encourage their members to join the AMA at these events.”
Those who join or renew with the AMA at a Cycle Gear location during April get a free AMA patch and an AMA koozie. AMA members who bring a friend to join also receive a free Stockton 15-in-one utility tool. Current AMA members also get a free “Touring Tips, Tricks and Techniques” booklet and an AMA decal just for showing their valid AMA cards.
AMA-chartered club representatives also can receive an AMA-chartered club patch for each club member they sign up to join the AMA. Clubs that sign up five new club members as AMA members earn an AMA flag for their club. (AMA-chartered club verification required for patch or flag.)
In addition to these membership incentives, Cycle Gear is providing a range of discounts exclusive to AMA members. The discounts range from 10 percent to 20 percent off regularly priced items.
AMA Bike Nights at Cycle Gear are part of AMA Go Ride! Month. Every April, AMA Go Ride! Month celebrates the riding season by highlighting the fun recreational riding opportunities on the AMA calendar, from dual-sport events to poker runs to swap meets to road rallies. AMA Go Ride! Month is the AMA’s reminder that motorcycling is the best way to experience this great country.
Learn more about AMA Go Ride! Month in the April issue of American Motorcyclist, the official journal of the AMA. For more information about AMA Bike Nights and Cycle Gear locations: www.americanmotorcyclist.com/amabikenight.
Source: American Motorcyclist Association
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