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April Is Check your Helmet Month! Get Your Lid Checked!

Most Motorcyclists start riding again in April it begins their “riding season”, cool but not cold air and the sun on your face. It is a great time to ride. So why not go ahead and check your lid to ensure it is properly protecting you, which is why April Is Check your Helmet Month! A good helmet is a vital piece of protective wear and, we at AMERiders support wearing a helmet for safety.Check Your Helmet Month

Since riding season is ramping up for all us bikers, it is a good idea during this April’s Check your Helmet Month, to remember these basic tips to ensure your helmet is doing or going to do its job:

  1. FIT IS VITAL
    A well-fitting helmet should rest one inch above your eyebrows and shouldn’t roll forward or sideways on your head. To ensure a comfortable fit that doesn’t squeeze too tightly, wear a helmet for 15 minutes before making a final buying decision.Check Your Helmet Month

  2. HELMETS DON’T LAST FOREVER
    Over time, exposure to UV rays and the aging of adhesives and components will damage a helmet’s protective qualities. That’s why manufacturers and the SNELL Foundation recommend that helmets be replaced every three to five years, depending on use. Every new Harley-Davidson helmet comes with a “purchased on date” sticker that can be placed under the comfort liner for a quick reference.

  3. KEEP IT CLEAN
    A clean and well-cared-for helmet will protect better and longer. Use a mild soap to wash the outer shell and internal liners. Never use solvents or chemicals for cleaning as they can destroy protective coatings.http://www.harley-davidson.com/content/h-d/en_US/dealer-locator.html?hideHDNav=yes

  4. ONE DROP AND IT’S DONE
    A helmet is designed for only one impact. Even a small impact may fracture the outer shell or compress the impact-absorbing liner despite no visible damage. If a helmet has been dropped or suffers an impact, it should be immediately replaced.

So get out there and get your lid checked during this April’s Check Your Helmet Month, whether it be yours, or the families make sure they are checked, and if you need a new one AMERiders.com has large selection of DOT and Snell helmets to help keep your lid intact.

Let AMERiders replace your lid if needed during. Check your Helmet Month

Lil’bikers Are Forever

AMERiders.com believes in family first as well as family safety, which is why we want to remind you that being safe and wearing your protective gear when riding is important. Since St. Patricks Day and Easter are so close together this year make sure that you protect not only yourself but your Lil’bikers as well. So while your out riding please be safe and slow down, as we all know it is fun to crank that throttle up and go ninety-to-nothin’ but we want all our brothers and sisters to come home safe and sound each night.

Lil'bikersOur Lil’bikers are special to us and will grow up to be mirror images of us or what we want them to be if we show them the proper way to ride and wear protective gear when riding. To help gear up your little guy or gal check out our Kids Section were we have Vests, Jackets, and even Chaps to help protect them.  Why not enlarge their Easter basket and give them a new set of gear to ride with you this Easter.

Lil'bikers
Kids Leather Jacket

For instance, our Kids Leather Jacket is a great jacket to start off your little biker with. It is made from Top Grade Genuine Leather and will make them feel like they are one of the pack. This jacket is also great protection from the elements as well.  Features of this adorable kids leather jacket include Zip out lining within the sleeves for more freedom. multiple pockets both inside and on the front. as well as  2 air vents on the front and 2 in the back for coolness when needed. Zip-up cuffs for extra comfort as well as stylish orange stripes running across the jacket.

Some of our children’s clothing items have matching adult items to go with them, and who doesn’t like to see parents matching their Lil’bikers in gear. The items that match each other will be noted as such.

We not only have protective gear for their bodies but for their adorable little heads as well. Our DOT and Snell certified helmets are the best way to protect their noggins from damage when riding.  We have a large selection of men’s, women’s and youth helmets available to help protect your heads.

M&M Licensed Yellow MotoX Motorcycle Helmet
M&M Licensed Yellow MotoX Motorcycle Helmet

If your kid loves M&M’s and whose doesn’t then this helmet is for them, our M&M Licensed Yellow MotoX Motorcycle Helmet will help to keep any child safe while riding.  This Special Edition licensed and numbered Motocross helmet represents, Tony Dilberto’s, dream of putting animation on production helmets. He started with a photograph of animated M&M’s and instead of drawing it as art or using computer-aided design programs, he had the animation separated into the same four-color process that prints books and magazines. Then the four-color separation is ink printed on thin, flexible water slide decals, put on the helmet and clear coated.

These limited-edition helmets come with verification of their authenticity and are available in full-face modular and MX dirt helmets. The first series of helmets (M&M) are on sale now, and are available in two unique shells: Full Face Street Modular and Off Road Dirt.

We know family first is many a bikers code which is why we say put your family first when riding and ensure that they have all the gear they need to not only be protected but look good as well. Your Lil’bikers are just as important to us as our are, so please ensure they are geared up as well as you are when you ride.

Lil'bikers

Let AMERiders be your stop for protective wear for you and your Lil’bikers.

Hey Floridians, Great Events Coming in Your Area Check Them Out!

Hey, Floridians! There are some great events coming to your area and we wanted to share them with you so you have knowledge about them and can check them out. These will be posted up on our events page as well so that you can see them as needed. Bringing you these fun filled events is what we like to do. So, if you know of events that are coming up in your area let us know by emailing us at the address at the bottom of the post and we will post them for you.

FloridiansFirst up we have The Panama City Beach Motorcycle Rally® which is also known as the Thunder Beach® Spring Rally is coming up April 27th – May 1st, 2016. Thunder Beach,”The Most Biker Friendly FREE Rally in the United States! Bikers, vendors, and exhibitors from around the country descend on Panama City Beach, Florida for Bike Week, to share stories, see great bands and live entertainment, find the hottest custom motorcycles and motorcycle accessories available, and to experience a scenic ride on The World’s Most Beautiful Beaches!

FloridiansThunder Beach has been famous for a lot of things, but the FREE Rally wide entertainment is one of the things we find attendees talking about the most. With eight Official Thunder Beach Venues spread out across the entire expanse of Panama City Beach, Florida and each one offering its own brand of unique activities ALL DAY LONG, You won’t want to miss the US RIDER NEWS’ Best of the Beach Bike Show, The Miss Thunder Beach Contests, Stunt Shows at Frank Brown Park and so much more all weekend long! You can see why so many people love our Rally! The coming year is no exception as bands from around the southeast and other places descend on The Beach Lover’s Beach to rock the Thunder Beach Rally!

Don’t fret Floridians if you can’t make that we have another one for you as well!!!!

FloridiansIf you just want to get out and have some fun during the week we have a great one for you, head on down to Venom Bar and Grill in New Port Richey Florida for Bike Night every Tues Night! Fun, Food, Live Music and Cool Drinks abound for you when you get there. They say that Venom’s a Favorite Home Town Bar & Grill, and to come in while your getting your motorcycle worked on by Venom Custom Choppers, They Cater to EVERYONE. Once you pass their Doors you are now Family.  Not only do they have Bike Night they have more… here is a list of the fun times to be had there – Monday’s Karaoke 7-11, Tuesday’s Bike Night 7-11, Wednesday’s Open Mic Night 7-11, Friday’s Live Music 8-12.  Connect with them here on Facebook to find out more about what bands and other things they have going on.

If you are heading out to any of these events don’t forget to protect yourself with leather from AMERiders.com as we have many great pieces of leather apparel for menwomen and children as well as any gear you may need for the bike.

Floridians! Let AMERiders be your place for Events and great Leather Gear!

Don’t forget to send us your stories, pictures and events for posting to GALLERY.AMERIDERS @ GMAIL.COM  and we will post them for you. The more people that know about your event the better and we are offering free advertising. We would also love to hear about your rides and love to see those bikes so send those stories and pictures.

New 2016 Motorcycle Gear and Apparel Now Available

AMERiders has added New 2016 Motorcycle Gear and Apparel for all your riding needs, from gloves, to get back whips, motorcycle bags and so much more! When riding it is important to have great gear and we have searched found some for you. Our New arrivals are scattered throughout the store and we are sure you will love them as much as we do.

New 2016 Motorcycle Gear
Mesh Textile Mechanics Motorcycle Gloves

We have added items such as our Mesh Textile Mechanics Motorcycle Gloves will help reduce bloodshed while on the job, because let’s face it your hands are more fragile than you think they are. and this mesh textile glove comes with the chopper cross logo! These Gloves are great for any mechanic. We didn’t add just that glove check out our Gloves Section where we have plenty of gloves for Men and Women as well.

New 2016 Motorcycle Gear
BLACK, RED & WHITE GET BACK WHIP FOR MOTORCYCLES

We have also added a bunch of new Get Back Whips in an array of colors for your bike customizing pleasure! Such as Our Black, Red & White Get Back Whip For Motorcycles is made from Genuine, hand-braided leather around a nylon core and has a solid stainless steel quick-release, it also has matching Black, red, and white threaded fringe on ends, which has 1 small silver skull tied to it, the Clasp diameter is 3/4″ x 3/4″ and the whip is 42″ length.  These little beauties are a great way to make every effort you can to be seen and not run over, years ago motorcycles were the only vehicles with the headlight on all the time and people noticed us, now almost every vehicle made comes with daytime running lights. Today the laws may have changed but they still make a great way to catch the eye of other drivers and customize your ride, and we must make ways to be noticed.

We didn’t stop there when we were adding our New 2016 Motorcycle Gear we made sure to add luggage as well!

New 2016 Motorcycle Gear
10 INCH MOTORCYCLE TOOL BAG WITH FLAMES

We have also added many other items For the bike as well such as windshield bags and tool bags like this 10 INCH MOTORCYCLE TOOL BAG WITH FLAMES is made from lightweight PVC, and is Water resistant, it has a stylish Chrome stud design on flaps, the Soft cushioned lining protects your items, features Velcro closures and Grommeted holes in bottom to run wires it will Mount easily to windshield of your Motorcycle.

Don’t forget to send us your pictures, stories and events so we can post them to our gallery and events pages. Send them to gallery.ameriders @ Gmail.com we would love to hear from you!!!!

AMERiders will continue to give you great items such as our New 2016 Motorcycle Gear every day!

 

150 Limited Edition Jack Daniels Motorcycles to Be Made

AMERiders is bringing you a newsflash! There are to be 150 Limited Edition Jack Daniel’s Indian® Chief® Vintage and Limited Edition Jack Daniel’s Indian Springfield™ motorcycles made this year. This collaboration between Indian and Jack Daniels commemorates the 150th anniversary of the Jack Daniel Distillery, which was registered in 1866. These these finely crafted Limited Edition Jack Daniels Motorcycles will only be available for order at your local Indian Motorcycle dealership from March 4th to April 4th.  They will be sold on a first come, first served basis.  Specific motorcycle numbers cannot be reserved.  Each motorcycle will be hand painted and built to order, with delivery occurring no later than August 2016.

“Designed in conjunction with Klock Werks Kustom Cycles of Mitchell, S.D. to offer classic styling, premium features, touring comfort, and custom detailing, the new hard-bagged Indian Springfield and the leather-bound Indian Chief Vintage represent the first time in Jack Daniel’s history that it has aligned with a vehicle manufacturer. The bikes feature Jack Daniel’s “Bottles and Throttles Don’t Mix” responsibility campaign to remind riders that these two activities should be enjoyed separately. The models will be produced in extremely limited numbers not to exceed 150 total units.

 Both motorcycles share an MSRP of $29,999 (California models add $250 for California emissions), a Canada MSRP of $37,499, and will be available in limited quantities for international order. Both models come with a custom-printed Jack Daniel’s whiskey barrel top to commemorate each bike, a two-year unlimited mileage factory warranty and free membership in the Indian Motorcycle Riders Group™ for one year.

Limited Edition Jack Daniels MotorcyclesThe #001 Limited Edition Jack Daniel’s Indian Chief Vintage was revealed at the Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale Collector Car Auction on January 23.  It will be auctioned at the Barrett-Jackson Auction in Las Vegas, which takes place October 6-8, and will be the last chance for anyone to own one of these highly sought after motorcycles. All monies raised from the charity auction will be donated to support “Operation Ride Home,” a partnership between the Jack Daniel Distillery and the Armed Services YMCA that provides funding and travel assistance to help junior-enlisted military personnel spend time with their families during the holiday season.”

They are selling both the Vintage and the Springfield versions of these beautifully designed bikes as you can see below:

Limited Edition Jack Daniels Motorcycles
Limited Edition Jack Daniels Motorcycles

Both bikes are gorgeous bikes and are packed with many features and are masterpieces in their own right. The Springfield is the newest bike that Indian has released and is is handcrafted with ultra-premium pieces and care. The sculpted, two-piece seat receives unique white stitching, the side panels tout the Jack Daniel’s Old No. 7 logo, a gloss black taillight housing is added, and the custom paint job continues onto the hard bags.

Limited Edition Jack Daniels Motorcycles
Springfield

Accessories on each Indian Springfield™ include:
Chrome Billet Driver Floorboards
Chrome Billet Passenger Floorboard
Chrome Headdress Shift Peg
Black Speedometer Bezel
Black Fuel Caps
Black Rear Light Assembly
Black Fuel Gauge
Black Headdress Light
Black Fender Tips
Black Tank Pouch

The Vintage is just as gorgeous and is going to be just as rare as the Springfield, it is dripping with custom paint and accessories, each bike is a beautiful masterpiece. Accessories on each Indian Chief Vintage include:

Limited Edition Jack Daniels Motorcycles
The Vintage

Accessories on each Indian Chief Vintage include:
Chrome Billet Driver Floorboard
Chrome Billet Passenger Floorboards
Chrome Headdress Shift Peg Chrome
Black Heated Seat
Black Heated Pass Seat
Black Speedometer Bezel
Black Fuel Caps
Black Rear Lights Assembly
Black Fuel Gauge
Black Headdress Light
Black Fender Tips
Black Saddlebags
Black Tank Pouch

These are just some of the specifics and details of the two Limited Edition Jack Daniels Motorcycles to be made, to see more information you can check out the Indian page and specifics on them here.

Limited Edition Jack Daniels Motorcycles
Jack Daniel’s barrel top

ONE OF A KIND GIFT
Each motorcycle comes with its own authentic Jack Daniel’s barrel top, custom inscribed with your name, your bike model, your bike number and the VIN. Now that is just really cool, if we do say so ourselves, and we at AMERiders do say so!

Let AMERiders be your source for information on Limited Edition Jack Daniels Motorcycles as well as premium motorcycle apparel and gear.

Don’t forget to send us your pictures, stories and events to gallery.ameriders at Gmail dot com so that we can post them to our gallery and our event calendar for you as well. Who doesn’t like free advertising?

All pictures courtesy of Indian Motorcycles

Indian Springfield™ Unveiling and Current March Events!

Look out riders we are here to notify you about some great things going on such as the Indian Springfield™ Unveiling and other Current March Events as well!

Don’t miss out and Catch your glimpse of the new Indian Springfield™ Unveiling on Saturday, March 5th! That’s right tomorrow! So if you are not headed to bike week head on over to your local Indian dealership and check out that sweet ride. Named after the birthplace of Indian Motorcycle® and designed for a pure riding experience, the Indian Springfield™ features a traditional style, quick release windshield and all-weather, remote-locking saddlebags. It’s equipped with the most essential, touring features but designed for ultimate versatility. The all-new purpose-built chassis delivers unmatched handling and balanced even when fully loaded with authentic Indian Motorcycle accessories.

Indian Springfield
All Indian Pictures courtesy of Indian™

The 75th annual bike week started up today and will run through till the 14th of this month so dust off your leathers and ride on down and have some fun. Celebrate the very special celebration of the 75th Daytona Bike Week, a tradition since 1937…for what is sure to be the biggest, best, and most memorable Daytona rally in history. As with the other milestone rallies, Bike Week 2016 will feature higher profile entertainment,Daytona Bike Week signature events, larger attendance, and MORE FUN! So, be sure to make your plans to attend as soon as possible. Daytona Beach is biker heaven year round with great climate for riding and many businesses and venues that cater to and entertain bikers 24-7. Each March, hundreds of thousands of bikers gather along the central Florida coast around Daytona for the annual 10-day rally/festival to enjoy the Florida weather, the views of the Atlantic Ocean, non-stop entertainment and exhibitions…and the largest gathering of motorcycle enthusiasts, manufacturers, and suppliers on the east coast. Make your plans to attend…and use DaytonaBikeWeek.com as your guide and information resource for the best that the Daytona Beach motorcycle rallies have to offer.

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Full Throttle Saloon Rebuild Run

We also have one other one coming in as well on March 12th,  Join  “Senior” and “Goat” from the television show “Full Throttle Saloon” as they participate in the Best Damn Bike Run in all of Daytona during “Bike Week”. You will help the FTS family by raising money for the rebuild. This run will be amazing……with 100% of the proceeds with go directly to the rebuild of The Worlds Largest Biker Bar….Full Throttle Saloon, Sturgis, SD. They will be starting at Orlando Harley then off to Seminole Harley then off to both Rossmeyer’s Harley’s ending at Cackleberrys.

Don’t forget us when you are out riding and having all this fun make sure to send us your pictures, stories during your fun or when you get home to gallery.ameriders at Gmail dot com and we will post them to our gallery page.

All our events go to our Events page so you can see them at a glance, so send those for some free advertising and publicity on your ride let us know and we will get that information out for you!!!

Let AMERiders be your place to get information on the Indian Springfield™ Unveiling as well as all the cool gear you need to ride.

Motorcycle Road-Trip Planning What to Pack for Your Active Trip!

Traveling season is coming up and whether it is hopping in the car and heading out or hopping on the bike and letting the wind blow through your hair there is always one thing on everyone’s mind What to pack when planning a road trip. A Motorcycle Road-trip is so much different that traveling in a car because there is not as much room to pack you not only have to pack light and versatile as well. We want to give you the basics in packing for your trip so you can have fun and not worry about whether you left anything behind that you may need or not.

Motorcycle Road-tripFirst of all, Whether you’re going to Daytona for Bike week or just heading across the USA for a site seeing tour it’s still going to be the same except probably for the amount of clothes you take with you, and where you plan on sleeping (camping or hotel). You don’t want to take the couch, that would just look silly and might get you pulled over!

A Motorcycle Road-trip can be difficult to pack for so, what do you take when you are on a road-trip for a bike? Most everything can be taken that can be packed. Electronics, clothes, toiletries, books, however, you want to be practical. What how long do you want to be packing and unpacking during the day, and how much do you really want to carry? The other thing is that the more you carry the more gas the bike is going to use as well so, less is actually more in this case.

Take only what you really need such as:

  1. This is the main givens ID, cash, insurance & roadside assistance info, motorcycle key, maps / directions
  2. electronics phone /camera/ charger,
  3. riding protective gear such as helmet, gloves, jacket, riding boots, goggles, rain gear, rain /night goggles, sunglasses and any other protective gear you feel you need including earplugs.
  4. Your clothing pack light ensure that it is the most compressible clothing you have. remember that socks can be work more than one day. But don’t pack heavy clothing other than your protective gear unless you absolutely have too.Polyester is your friend on the road!
  5. Headwear ie ponytail holders, doo-rags or skull caps if needed. these keep your head warm.Motorcycle Road-trip
  6. Tools in the tool bag (adjustable wrench, alan wrenches, screwdriver (to remove the seat), air pump, and other motorcycle tools that are needed for the road)
  7. Toiletries (hotels have shampoo & soap unless you need special shampoo) – toothbrush, toothpaste, deodorant, comb/brush, lotion for dry skin, chapstick for dry lips, kleenex travel pack (or just tuck a couple of them somewhere on the bike)
  8. Ladies you don’t really need make-up if so pack very lightly remember things can break and make a mess. Mascara and eyeliner work great on a trip and can be smudged just right for a great look for pictures.
  9. Prescription meds – anything you regularly take, as well as a couple of ibuprofen and cold tablets just in case
  10. Extra bags – Ziploc bags, plastic shopping bags & 1 larger garbage bag you never know what you will need them for.

Motorcycle-RoadtripThing like this can be packed in Saddlebags, Tool bags, and other luggage that fits and is made For the bike.  At AMERiders we have plenty of luggage items that you can use to pack your items in safe and sound for your Motorcycle Road-trip such as our PVC Motorcycle Saddlebag it is UV Protected and features a zip-off bag with Heavy Duty Velcro Cover and Lock ,is universally fitting to most bikes, Includes a hard sheet inside the box with 4 pockets, a Heavy Duty Quick Release , is 100% Waterproof , is UV protected and it will not turn white in extreme heat, and will Hold its Shape, 4 Tie down ribbons on each side for extra security.

 

Or if you have a Harley Davidson Dyna we have just the thing for you, our Motorcycle Saddlebag For Harley Davidson Dynas are made specifically to fit your Harley Davidson Dyna, it includes a hard sheet inside the box with 4 pockets, features a heavy duty quick release is 100% Water-proof has 4 Tie down ribbons on each side for extra secure fit, and will hold its shape. Please note, however, this is NOT a cooler bag and is not intended to be used with water & ice.

Of course, you can always buy a Motorcycle trailer to match your bike so it is even much easier to pack for a Motorcycle Road-trip but then you have to slow down, and who wants to do that?

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Let AMERiders.com help you pack for your Motorcycle Road-trip and not forget a thing.

Don’t forget to send us your pictures, stories and events to gallery.ameriders at Gmail dot com  so we can post them and give you free, advertising for your motorcycle related events.

Biker Safety Tip 6: How to Pick Up a Fallen Bike

AmeRiders is back with our 6th installment of our Biker Safety tips we have gathered tips and advice on various aspects of motorcycle riding: about riding corners, braking, looking, safety, etc. This week’s tip is How to Pick Up a Fallen Bike when you are by yourself. Everyone knows that dropping a bike sucks no matter what because they are heavy and not easy to pick up by yourself. When you’re in a pack it is a bit easier because your friends and ride mates will help you pick your bike back up but when it’s just you and the gentle breeze your SOL on help. We have come to your rescue with tips on How to Pick Up your Fallen Bike when you’re all alone!

Here are 10 steps for you and then a video helping to explain it as well.

These steps are for a bike that has fallen on its left side.

  1. Hit the kill switch and make sure the motor is off.

  2. Turn the gas off using the petcock on a carbureted bike if fuel is leaking.

  3. Make sure the bike is in gear if you can get to it. If it is not in gear and you can’t access the shifter to put it in gear, the technique becomes more difficult because the bike could roll, but it can still be done. You’ll have to find the balance point of the motorcycle between the two tires and leverage it as you lift.

  4. Standing with your butt toward the seat, stoop down, and with your right hand grab the left grip.

  5. When you grab the grip, pull it until it is as close to the tank as possible. With your left hand find something sturdy to grab hold of under the seat. Don’t grab the seat. It’s too flimsy to support the weight of your lift. Grabbing the bike by the frame is the best bet. The closer your left hand is to your body, the better.

  6. Place your butt midway on the edge of the seat. This is crucial. The placement of your butt too high or too low on the seat will not give you the leverage angle. You are pushing the bike with your butt and upper legs. You will have to pull up with your arms a bit, but mostly you will be pushing the bike up with your legs.

  7. You must have good traction under your feet or they will slip. If there is gravel under your feet, sweep it away with your boots. Same for grass.

  8. Start pushing your butt against the seat using baby steps to force it upright. The hardest part will be the beginning. Once the bike starts to lift off the ground, you’ll gain momentum to help you execute the rest of the lift.

  9. Once you have the bike up, carefully put the kickstand down and lower the bike to it. If you can’t get the kickstand with the heel of your boot, turn your body carefully toward the front of the bike and grab both grips, then put the bike on the kickstand or center stand.

  10. The process is the same if the bike is on its right side. Your hands are reversed of course. It is easier to get it into gear. Remember to put the kickstand out first so that you can ease the bike onto it once it is upright.

If you feel like there is no way this bike is going up like this, then move the position of your butt. If that doesn’t work, try changing the flex of your knees. Tries not to flex your knees too much to begin with, often when you get the angle just right the bike goes up like it’s made of paper. Adrenaline tends to push the bike over the other side if you’re not careful.

These tips  come from Carol Youorski, a BMW rider from Atlanta who traveled to rallies around the country showing people how to do it for many years. However, these tips are the same ones that are used by Harley Davidson and many others in bike rallies, bike nights and other bike shows to show how to pick up a fallen bike regardless of height and weight.

As seen below a Harley Davidson employee is showing a female bike rider how to pick up a Sportster bike.

Instructional video
https://youtu.be/k4MPyX0QCYw

Let AMERiders.com help you be safe when picking up a fallen bike with great traction from our leather boots for men and women.

New Events Calendar! Up to date information at a click!

We at AMERiders know how important that word of mouth and advertisement can be which is why we have set up a New Events Calendar and are offering to promote and advertise your motorcycle related rides and events for free! Yes, we said free!  Promoting a ride or an event can make the difference between 10’s to 100’s of bikers showing up, we have seen it first hand. Why have your event or ride look like this…

Events Calendar

When it can look like this and larger…

Events Calendar

Which is why we have, spent the time to set up a special Event Calendar Page that you can have your events and rides posted too, whether it is for a special need, funding ride, poker run or other events we will advertise and post it on the event calendar for free. Just send us the information to gallery.ameriders at Gmail dot com and we post it to the calendar for you. Please give us at least 48 hours notice if it is on the weekend as we do not work weekends.

Don’t forget we also have our Gallery page that you can send your Pictures to so we can see what you ride and where you have ridden too we would love to hear all about your rides. We’ll post those stories as well!

75th Annual Daytona Bike Week is coming up March 4th-14th, 2016 and is posted on our Event Calendar already!  You don’t want to miss a great party so pack up and ride on down!

If you need replacement items or new items for your ride to Daytona, Florida, check out our apparel, gear and more at ameriders.com

Let AMERiders be your place for biker event related information, apparel, and more! Our Events Calendar will have up to date information at a click!

Rides, Pictures and Upcoming Events! Send them to us!

Rides, pictures, and upcoming events are what we at AMERiders love to see and hear about. Besides new and interesting bikes we love to hear the stories that go along with them as well, we have seen some cool and interesting bikes in our rides over the years and we will see some more we are sure. We would love to see and hear about your bikes, the rides you have taken and the bikes you have seen while riding.  So send us your bikes along with the stories behind them and/or a story of your ride to the email below. Please respect the rules that we have posted below for all pictures, events and stories that you send to us. Some of the cool bikes we have in the gallery now are a Limited Edition Harley Davidson that is shown below or our own personal 2001 Dyna Glide of AMERiders.

Rides, Pictures and Upcoming Events
Marilyn Monroe Custom Paint Job Soft tail rear view

We also want to post your events to help get exposure for your bike rides or poker runs and more in your area. For instance: Daytona Bike week is coming up and for those of you that are going to attend or want to attend, get your information here so that you can stay up to date on what is going on. The dates for attendance this year are going to be March 4th-14th of 2016.

Rides, Pictures and Upcoming Events
Limited Edition Harley Davidson

Send us your rides and pictures to gallery.ameriders at Gmail dot com!

We want to see know where you’re going and what you are doing so we are setting up a Gallery and Events Page so we can do just that! We will post your Rides, Pictures, and Upcoming Events that you send. Let us know when your event will be and we will advertise it for you as well, make sure to give us plenty of information and we will try to get it out there as best as possible for you.

By giving you a Gallery and Events page, we hope you will visit us more and give us more information on what you like and what we can offer you.

Rules:

  1. No profanity or images of it, no cussing if the story has it in it, Our manager will edit it for a more family friendly version such as ***&^*^, or a more appropriate word that could have been used.
  2. Do not send distasteful photos of your old ladies or your men it’s just not wanted.
  3. No Politics, No religion
  4. No Solicitations ADs-Sales
  5. No funding unless pre-authorized by AMERiders
  6. Please limit to 5 .jpgs pictures per e-mail
  7. If you are in a club or association please make sure that any and all people in the picture are ok with us posting it/them
  8. WE WILL NOT DELETE PERSONAL PHOTOS THAT ARE OWNED BY AMERIDERS ADMINS/MANAGERS AND THEIR FAMILY

Let AMERiders show you where the action is with our Gallery and Events Page that has many Rides, Pictures, and Upcoming Events!