2011 Ride to Work Day
The American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) is encouraging all motorcyclists to demonstrate the tangible benefits of commuting to work on a motorcycle or motorscooter on Monday, June 20, as part of the 20th annual Motorcycle and Scooter Ride To Work Day.
This year, the 20th annual Motorcycle and Scooter Ride to Work Day is Monday, June 20. Over a million commuters will participate and demonstrate the positive benefits of riding for transportation, which include: reduced traffic and parking congestion, decreased commute times, and lessened fuel consumption.
The Tucson Safeway massacre has not only affected Arizona, but the the entire USA, including many motorcyclists. Six were killed in the incident, and US Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords was shot several times in the head on Sunday.
Police say Jared Lee Loughner, 22, fired at Giffords before killing the six others, and wounding many more.
Ride to Work
Click video to learn more about the 2009 Ride to Work Day. On June 15, 2009, the Motorcycle Industry Council celebrated the 18th annual Ride To Work Day by hosting a rally at its Irvine, California office. Motorcyclists describe why they prefer commuting to work by motorcycle.
Why do you ride to work? Tell us in a video response!
To save green and be green, Americans need two-wheelers more than ever, so the Motorcycle Industry Council is celebrating the annual Ride to Work Day by inviting local motorcyclists and industry staff to start the morning at its national headquarters with a free breakfast gathering in Irvine, Calif.
The June 15 national grass-roots effort is more relevant than ever. Motorcycles and scooters are a great way to save a lot of green while being more environmentally green at the same time.
The American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) is encouraging the country’s millions of street riders to demonstrate the social benefits of commuting on two wheels on the 18th annual Ride to Work Day, Monday, June 15.
"Motorcycles and scooters are not only fun to ride, they are an efficient, economical way to get from point A to point B," said AMA President and CEO Rob Dingman.