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BMW Motorrad: Ride Smart Reward Program

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BMW Motorrad USA

BMW Motorrad USA has started the “Ride Smart Reward” program for all new and returning riders who are recent graduates of the Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) Basic RiderCourse.

Now through December 31, 2012, MSF graduates will receive $500 in BMW Riders’ Apparel with the purchase of a new BMW motorcycle.

Frank Stevens (Sales Development Manager, BMW Motorrad, USA) says: “Each year, approximately 375,000 students are trained in MSF RiderCourse programs. We’d like to reward riders who invested the time and money for motorcycle rider training from industry professionals, by offering them quality riding gear.”

“Many new or returning riders are reluctant to invest in quality riding equipment, yet, as with most activities, the right equipment can significantly enhance your riding pleasure and reduce the likelihood of injury. We’d like to introduce these new and returning safety-conscious motorcyclists to BMW products that are designed to enhance rider safety and performance.”

BMW Motorrad USA is the first motorcycle manufacturer to offer antilock brakes (ABS) as standard equipment on its entire range of 2012 models. The company pioneered the concept of ABS on motorcycles nearly 25 years ago.

Frank Stevens says: “Our ‘Ride Smart Reward’ Program is a natural extension of BMW’s ongoing commitment to rider safety.”

Any new or returning rider who graduated from the MSF BRC course in the past 90 days and purchases a new BMW motorcycle is eligible for one “Ride Smart Reward” incentive, in addition to any other qualified monthly incentive offer, during the program period (March 1, 2012 through December 31, 2012). Riders should simply present their MSF Basic RiderCourse certificate issued within the previous 90 days.

BMW dealers will honor BRC certificates issued in calendar year 2011 on motorcycle purchases through June, 2012. The “Ride Smart Reward” must be original BMW Riders’ Apparel such as boots, gloves, jackets, etc. available from participating dealers and the BMW MOTORRAD RIDE catalog, which can be viewed by visiting bmwmotorcycles.com.

For further information about the 2012 “Ride Smart Reward” Program, interested riders should visit their local authorized BMW Motorrad USA dealer.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling.

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