We have a huge country waiting to be explored, and the best way to see it is with a motorcycle.
We’ve been following the American Motorcyclist Association to see if there are events worth seeing around the nation. As some of you know, they host the AMA Premier Touring Series which is a home of the biggest riding events in America. Every event tends to stand out as they carefully select music, activities, and venues to be a part of the events. Whether you’re looking to see iconic rallies or you simply want to meet local riders, they’re an event calling out your name. The following are some of the events they offer for the year.
SCMA USA Four Corners Tour
Date: January 1 to December 15, 2017
It’s called AMA Grand Tour as they offer two variables in the USA Four Corner Tours: “True X” and the “Regular.” You’ll receive a package to review to see what type of ride you wish to choose for the event. This will then be reviewed afterward.
For more info: sc-ma.com/rides/usa-four-corners-tour-site/
AMA National Gypsy Tour
Date: March to November 2017
The best things about motorcycling are the community. With this event, gypsy tours are a collection of riders heading to the same destination. This tour brings all like-minded riders to delegate in a way that they can enjoy the company of other motorcyclists. From the tour, they’ll enjoy historic significance, beauty and the importance of the sport.
For more info: www.americanmotorcyclist.com/riding/story/ama-national-gypsy-tour-series
AspenCash Motorcycle Rally
Date: May 18-21, 2017
This rally will take place in New Mexico which includes a poker run and a trade show. What’s more interesting, is that this will be its 20th anniversary!
For more info: www.motorcyclerally.com
SCMA Three Flags Classic
Date: August 1-5, 2017
This tour lives up its name as it starts from Abbotsford, BC, Canada until City of Puerto Penasco, Mexico. While some might think it’s race, it’s not. This event will be a six-day tour of four days of actual riding along with a banquet. Riders may experience some endurance as they’re exposed to road closures, extreme heat, sunshine, rain, and cold. With this tour, riders are given a map of the preferred route, but riders can choose another way they want as long as they’re present at the three given checkpoints.