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Motorcycle Safety Foundation Issues Basic RiderCourse Handbook and Three ‘Quick Tips’ Sheets In Spanish

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Rider Magazine Staff
August 7, 2014

Hispanics comprise 7 percent of American motorcyclists overall, and 11 percent of younger riders—those of Generations X and Y. As part of its long-standing policy of reaching out to riders of all backgrounds and ethnicities, the Motorcycle Safety Foundation has released an updated version of its Spanish... Read more »

AMA Calls for RFS Overhaul

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Rider Magazine Staff
August 6, 2014

The federal government’s Renewable Fuel Standard is a failed strategy that must be completely reconsidered and restructured, said Wayne Allard, vice president of government relations for the American Motorcyclist Association, last May. “The RFS is not working for Americans who breathe air, eat food,... Read more »

American Motorcyclist Association Petition Calls for Return of Lane-Splitting Guidelines

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Rider Magazine Staff
July 22, 2014

The American Motorcyclist Association has initiated a petition drive in attempt to convince the California Office of Administrative Law to allow state agencies to once again disseminate important information on safely and responsibly executing the motorcycling technique called lane splitting. A recent... Read more »

Complaint Forces CHP to Remove Lane-Splitting Guidelines from Website

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Rider Magazine Staff
July 18, 2014

The California Highway Patrol and other state government agencies have been forced to remove information from their websites that was intended to help motorcyclists safely execute the allowed lane-splitting maneuver due to a single complaint from a Sacramento man. Kenneth Mandler, a longtime state employee... Read more »

Ride to Work Day is Monday, June 16

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Rider Magazine Staff
June 10, 2014

The 23rd annual worldwide Ride to Work Day will take place on Monday, June 16, and is expected to be one of the largest-ever, according to Ride to Work, the non-profit organization that coordinates this annual event. On Ride to Work Day, a much higher number of America’s 8,000,000 cycles and scooters... Read more »

AMA Launches Petition to End Federally Funded Motorcycle-Only Checkpoints

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Rider Magazine Staff
May 23, 2014

The American Motorcyclist Association has launched a national petition drive to end federally funded motorcycle-only checkpoints. The petition provides an opportunity for motorcyclists to tell Congress that they object to these discriminatory, costly and ineffective motorcycle-only checkpoints. The... Read more »

Vintage Motorcycle Display May 31 to Benefit the Kurt Caselli Foundation

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Rider Magazine Staff
May 20, 2014

Here’s your chance to see some really cool vintage motorcycles at a gorgeous winery that was custom-built to house the collection, all to benefit a worthy cause. The MotoDoffo Vintage Collection, which includes more than 150 vintage motorcycles from the 1950s-1970s, will open its doors to the public... Read more »

MSF Hosting Safety Fair for Southern California Motorcyclists on Sunday

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Rider Magazine Staff
April 25, 2014

The Motorcycle Safety Foundation is kicking off May’s national Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month by hosting its first-ever Safety Fair this Sunday morning (April 27) at Veteran’s Stadium in Long Beach, California. The Safety Fair is being held alongside the So-Cal Cycle Swap Meet and is free... Read more »

Harley-Davidson Launches Riding Academy, Expands Program Globally

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Rider Magazine Staff
April 24, 2014

The new Harley-Davidson Riding Academy was unveiled Wednesday as the only national rider training program hosted by Harley-Davidson dealerships and conducted on an all-new Harley-Davidson motorcycles. “For years we’ve been delivering a life-changing, freedom-inspiring training experience,” said... Read more »

Kansas Community College is First to Implement New MSF Basic RiderCourse

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Rider Magazine Staff
April 4, 2014

The updated Motorcycle Safety Foundation Basic RiderCourse was launched in a Kansas suburb over the weekend as the next phase in motorcycle rider training. Johnson County Community College became the first site to use the new Basic RiderCourse that now includes online training, greater emphasis on rider... Read more »

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