Courtesy of AMA
The American Motorcyclist Association welcomes the support of GasGas
North America, which will provide an AMA membership along with every new
2017 GasGas enduro or trials motorcycle purchased in the United States,
effective retroactively to Dec. 1, 2016.
“The support of companies such as GasGas North America to the AMA and
our members is good for the association and good for motorcycling,”
said AMA Vice President of Industry Relations and Business Member
Programs Jim Williams. “Working together, we are all in a better
position to fulfill the AMA’s mission to promote the motorcycle
lifestyle and protect the future of motorcycling. We look forward to
working with Gas Gas going forward and welcoming all new GasGas
customers to the membership ranks of the AMA.”
GasGas says the program is designed to help support the AMA’s
membership efforts and to get every GasGas owner started off on the
right foot as a member of the largest motorcycle enthusiast membership
association in the country.
“We are very proud to offer a one-year AMA membership with the purchase of one our motorcycles,”
said Scot Harden, Chief Marketing Officer of Torrot GasGas North
America Inc. “We strongly believe in and support the mission of the AMA
and can think of no better way to help grow membership than by offering
the membership free of charge to our customers. Our sport has never
needed the AMA more than it does today as we are under constant attack
by regulatory bodies and environmental groups. In addition to protecting
rider’s rights, the AMA offers an impressive list of membership
benefits including free roadside assistance, a subscription to American
Motorcyclist magazine and a host of other discounts and rewards.”
The membership program is available to those who have purchased a new
2017 GasGas model since Dec. 1. For GasGas customers who are existing
AMA members, GasGas will cover an additional year of their membership
To activate their AMA membership, or to extend an existing membership by one year, new GasGas purchasers should call (800) 262-5646.
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