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THE SOCIAL VALUE OF MOTORCYCLING: A Collection of Essays
A Collection of Essays

MOTORCYCLE EMISSIONS
The purpose of this report is to familiarize us with what emissions are, and how they will affect us, the users. For simplicity, in this report the term “user” will refer to the motorcycle operator, and the term “industry” will refer to all motorc

CATASTROPHIC HEALTH INSURANCE
For three consecutive legislative sessions, commencing with the 1989 term of the General Assembly of the State of Maryland, the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (hereinafter, “the department”), an executive branch of the government, introduced

INTRODUCTION to the MRF White Papers Volume 1
Often those of us in the motorcyclist’s rights movement become reactionary. When I say “reactionary” I don’t mean it in the political sense of liberal and conservative, rather I use the term “reactionary” to define the way we set the agenda fo






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