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Importance of Government Relations Objectives to the Association
In April 1999, the Motorcycle Riders Foundation was honored, for a second tim, for excellence in in government relations. The American Society of Association Executives (ASAE) presented the MRF with the Certificate Awared of Excellence in the Overall Prog

Stratagem
In the motorcyclists’ rights movement, commitment is something we understand. We understand that people who are committed to achieving their goals and are willing to do what it takes to win usually do just that. We understand that the challenges confron

Do They Still Make Sidecars?
There are some parts of motorcycling that we’re not quite sure what to do with. When you see a sidecar rig or a trike, do you look away, or look at them more closely?

Understanding Global Harmonization of Motorcycle Manufacturing Standards
Over the last several years, global harmonization of motorcycle manufacturing standards has become a hot topic in motorcyclists’ rights circles. In a nutshell, harmonization means manufacturers will likely be required to comply with set standards on, am






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