Motorcycle Holiday Cards | AMA Fundraiser

Motorcycle Holiday Cards

The American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) Motorcycle Hall of Fame has announced the return of a popular fundraising program that offers both nostalgic and custom motorcycling-inspired card designs for the 2009 holiday season.

"The holidays are the feel-good time of the year, and few things put you in a better mood than riding your motorcycle," said AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum Resource Development Director Dan Smith. "When the weather outside is decidedly unfavorable for more than half the country, warm your soul with images of our favorite pastime: throwing a leg over a bike and heading toward the horizon."

This holiday season there are 12 cards to choose from, with designs by two popular motorcycling artists, Dave Uhl and David Barnhouse. A new feature of the 2009 holiday card program is the ability to add a personalized greeting on the inside of all card designs, or upload a photo and a custom caption that can be displayed within two templates on the card cover.

In addition to the standard designs, in conjunction with the Marine Toys for Tots, the Hall of Fame has created an exclusive, commemorative card titled "Santa’s Ride," and $2 from every box of the "Santa’s Ride" design will go to support Toys for Tots, with the remainder supporting the Hall of Fame.

At, customers can select from 10 different holiday messages for the inside of the card, add personalized holiday greetings, add personalized salutations to friends and family, choose from four designs that accept personal photographs, and include a personalized caption with a custom photo upload.

With the exception of the $2 donation for every box sold of the "Santa’s Ride" card design to the Marine Toys for Tots, all the proceeds from the holiday card program support the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame and the Hall of Fame’s mission to tell the amazing stories of history’s most influential motorcyclists.

To view the card selection and to purchase a box today, Hall of Fame supporters and motorcycle enthusiasts can visit