February 5th, 2014 —
The AMA Office will be closed today due to inclement weather and treacherous road conditions in Central Ohio.
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Supporting The All-Terrain Vehicle Association


Make the world a better place for ATVs and the people who ride them

The All-Terrain Vehicle Association is the sister organization to the American Motorcyclist Association, and is dedicated to protecting and promoting the ATV lifestyle. The ATVA is supported by its members and the generous donations of individuals, groups and corporations.

Your support of the ATVA and the AMA makes a real difference, and there are several ways to be a part of the effort to protect the future of ATVing.


Endowments


The AMA has three separate endowments that were created for the AMA's Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum, government relations activities, and amateur racing. To contribute to one or more of these AMA endowments, contact the AMA at (800) AMA-JOIN, or send donations to: American Motorcyclist Association, Endowment Fund, 13515 Yarmouth Dr. Pickerington, Ohio 43147. Please be sure to designate the fund(s) to which you are contributing: the AMA's Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum, government relations, or amateur racing.


Donations


Your tax-deductible gifts to the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame help preserve and protect our motorcycling heritage and educate the public to the history and excitement of motorcycling. You can donate cash, appreciated securities, or even donate a motorcycle to be sold to raise funds for the Hall of Fame through the Cycle Donor program.

Donors are recognized in the Hall of Fame's Founders Hall and online. For more detailed information, click here, or  feel free to contact the Hall of Fame at (800) AMA-JOIN.


Heritage Clubs


Over the years, motorcycle clubs have been among the committed supporters of the Hall of Fame's mission. The Heritage Clubs program recognizes clubs both large and small that contribute. Learn more about Heritage Clubs.


Stay involved


There are many ways to keep connected to the AMA and ATVA, For a full list, click here.