Schuberth to Co-Host Meet-and-Greet
Motorcycle Event News
Schuberth is partnering with MotoQuest Long Beach and Long Beach BMW/Husqvarna Motorcycles to host a special breakfast meet-and-greet on Tuesday, July 24 from 9-11 a.m.
The breakfast event is strategically timed to serve as a meeting point for Southern California riders taking a 2-3 day trek to the AMA Women & Motorcycling Conference in Carson City, Nevada. You don’t have to be going to the event to attend, all are welcome to come by for breakfast and socializing.
Out-of-towners should consider renting motorcycles from MotoQuest to take a scenic ride up the California coast and through the Sierra Mountains to the conference site.
MotoQuest is conveniently located next door to Long Beach BMW/Husqvarna Motorcycles and near the Long Beach or Los Angeles airports. Anyone is welcome to attend the breakfast whether flying into Long Beach to rent a MotoQuest bike, or just dropping by to meet up with fellow motorcyclists.
Free coffee, food and giveaways will be provided. Schuberth representatives will be on hand to present the award-winning C3 flip-up motorcycle helmet, and its companion the C3W specially fitted for women.
Long Beach BMW/Husqvarna Motorcycles
2125 E. Spring St.
Long Beach, CA 90806
Please RSVP on the Facebook event page, or call: 562-997-7368
Contact MotoQuest to book a motorcycle rental: 562-997-7368 or email@example.com.
The AMA International Women & Motorcycling Conference is the premier event for women who love to ride. Taking place July 26-29 in Carson City, Nev., the 2012 conference will combine motorcycling and wellness by featuring inspirational speakers, great roads, demo rides, product showcases, street parties and camaraderie. More information can be found at womenandmotorcycling.com.
Schuberth North America is a branch of Schuberth GmbH in Magdeburg, Germany, providing innovative Head Protection Systems. Schuberth helmets define state-of-the art technology and innovation in auto racing, motorcycle, military and fire fighting categories. Made in Germany. schuberthnorthamerica.com.Google+