News AMA Announces Discounts on XENA Motorcycle Products

AMA Announces Discounts on XENA Motorcycle Products

AMA Announces Member Discounts on XENA Motorcycle Security Products.

Two things all motorcyclists have in common are their prized two-wheel possessions, and their desire to keep them. Now, members of the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) can purchase a quality disc lock or alarm from one of the best companies in the business — XENA Security — for less.

The AMA is pleased to announce a new benefit that allows members to purchase XENA Security products at a 20 percent discount. The discount covers XENA disc-locks, disc-lock alarms, accessories and services. In addition, XENA will contribute a percentage of AMA member sales to the AMA, providing the Association with additional funds to help protect riders’ rights.

"Those of us who’ve been in the unfortunate position of returning to an empty parking spot where we expected to find our bike know first-hand the peace of mind that comes from a high-quality disc lock or disc-lock alarm," said AMA Director of Business Development Jim Moore. "With this discount, it’s now more affordable for AMA members to enjoy that peace of mind by buying one of the bullet-proof locks or alarms from XENA Security’s line of products."

Added Tristan Mullane, Head of Operations at XENA Security USA, "XENA Security has been building top-of-the-line disc-lock alarms for more than a decade, and our current lineup reflects the wealth of information we’ve gained over those years. We’re proud to support the AMA and AMA members with this membership benefit and potentially keep more motorcycles in the hands of their rightful owners."

The XENA Security line of products includes XENA disc-locks, disc-lock alarms and Bullett-lock alarms. XENA disc-locks come in different sizes and feature either a pushdown or double-locking pin. All XENA disc-lock alarms are battery powered so they won’t tamper with or drain your motorcycle battery, and are equipped with 110dB sirens triggered by shock and motion sensors. XENA’s unique Bullett-lock alarms offer the company’s highest level of security and are engineered from 304 stainless steel.

The XENA Security discount, the latest in a long list of AMA member benefits and savings, also covers the company’s accessories and passive infrared zone alarms for garages, homes and businesses. To take advantage of the discount, AMA members simply provide their AMA number to XENA representatives when placing an order through the company’s toll-free line at (888) 345-XENA (9362). For more info, see

AMA members not only get a great package of benefits, they also support America’s leading motorcycle advocacy organization. For more information, go to and click on Member Services.

Not an AMA member? It’s easy to join and redeem this valuable offer, as well as take advantage of numerous other savings. Just select Join/Renew in the Membership menu of the AMA website and follow the simple steps.

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