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Are you ready for AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days? #AMAVMD
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Less than two weeks until Ride to Work Day 2016! What bike will you be riding to work on June 20?
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We are happy to announce that the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation's Ride for Kids program is now an AMA Affiliate Partner!
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Less than one week until the 25th annual Ride To Work Day 2016!
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Attending Americade?

Stop by #AMAClub1924 to enter for a chance to win a Zero DSR motorcycle and grab a free New York RoadMap by RoadRUNNER Motorcycle, Touring, and Travel.

[Located near the expo entrance on Beach Rd.]
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#MotorcycleMonday 1940 Triumph Tiger 100: Evolving the original Speed Twin.

Like the 1938 Speed Twin, the Tiger 100 used gears instead of a chain to drive the camshaft, and both cylinders were fed by a single Amal carburetor, which was possible thanks to the 360-degree firing interval of the two cylinders.
1940 Triumph Tiger 100. Evolving the original Speed Twin. 1940 Triumph Tiger 100. Say you're legendary Triumph engine designer Edward Turner. And let's say you've just produced the landmark 1938 Speed Twin—a motorcycle that proved two cylinders can be as practical as one and as fast as four.
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#MotorcycleMonday 1919 Indian Military Powerplus: "The motorcycle that helped the U.S. win the First World War."

The bike was modeled after Indian’s Powerplus Big Twin, which advertised the “most powerful and economical engine ever fitted to a motorcycle.’’

Military versions like this one previously displayed in the #AMAHoF, shared the same three-speed transmission, rear-only brake and leaf-spring front fork as the civilian model.
1919 Indian Military Powerplus. 1919 Indian Military Powerplus. This is the motorcycle that helped the U.S. win the First World War. Unfortunately, it's also a bike that set Indian back significantly in its battle with Harley-Davidson. But then, that's the kind of story that's common in Indian's ...
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#MotorcycleMonday 1969 Honda CB750: The Year of the Super-bike!

Four cylinders. Four megaphone exhausts. A disc front brake. An overhead camshaft. Amazing fit and finish.
1969 Honda CB750. The Year of the Super-bike. 1969 Honda CB750. It's hard to imagine the glee that lovers of high-performance motorcycles must have felt in 1969. Suddenly, almost every major manufacturer was introducing a new big-bore bike that was leaps ahead of anything ever built before.
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