Electric Motorcycles Free AMA Membership with 2017 Zero Motorcycle Purchase

Free AMA Membership with 2017 Zero Motorcycle Purchase

Free AMA Membership with Zero Motorcycles

2017 Zero S
2017 Zero S

Fresh off unveiling its 2017 lineup, Zero Motorcycles is offering another incentive for purchasers of its electric motorcycles—a one-year American Motorcyclist Association membership, which includes AMA Roadside Assistance.

“Zero Motorcycles has led the charge in the advancement of electric motorcycle technology,” said AMA President and CEO Rob Dingman.

“For years, the company has supported both the AMA and the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame. This newest program is just another example of the commitment Zero Motorcycles has to the future of motorcycling in America.”

New Zero customers will receive all the benefits of AMA membership, including discounts, information about AMA-sanctioned activities, home delivery of American Motorcyclist magazine and AMA Roadside Assistance.

“As America’s largest member-based non-profit organization promoting the motorcycle lifestyle and protecting the future of motorcycling, we are pleased to add the voices of each and every new Zero rider to our advocacy efforts,” Dingman said.

In addition, all members who join through this program will receive an exclusive Zero-themed design on their AMA membership card.

“As the country’s leading defender of motorcyclists’ rights, the AMA is a critical partner in protecting the future of our business,” said Todd Andersen, Zero Motorcycles VP of Sales, Marketing and Aftersales. “With the full slate of AMA member benefits, riders will get even more enjoyment from their Zero motorcycles.”

AMA Roadside Assistance includes coverage for motorcycles, cars, trucks, recreational vehicles and trailers and extends this service to all household members. The full list of AMA member benefits is available at the AMA website.

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