From the National Motorcycle Museum Newsletter Thursday, Aug 25, 2016
Do you remember the person most responsible for getting you interested in motorcycling, and how your first ride “happened?” And maybe later in your riding experiences …Read More →
July 8, 2016
NORTHBROOK, Ill., July 08, 2016 – Allstate has chosen to sponsor the Sisters’ Centennial Motorcycle Ride across the country, commemorating the centennial of Adeline and Augusta Van Buren’s historic ride across the United …Read More →
July 14, 2016 Thanks to the efforts of our staff and including Stephani McIntyre, our wonderful Columbus event organizer!
We had a blast last weekend riding on the Mid Ohio Race Car Course, touring the museum …Read More →
July 14, 2016 This weekend we’re headed up to Pikes Peak. We’ll be hitting one of the highest elevation points so it’s important to recognize the effects of Altitude Sickness along with how to prevent …Read More →
July 3, 2016 On Sunday, July 3rd, 2016 we will be hosting an intimate dinner with living relatives of the Van Buren Sisters in Brooklyn, New York. Hosted by BMW Motorrad, this is a great opportunity …Read More →
July 1, 2016
Contact: Marian Sullivan, Communications Director (413) 886-5166, email@example.com
Mayor Sarno to Address Sisters Centennial Motorcycle Riders
Who: Mayor Domenic J. Sarno, Sisters Centennial Motorcycle Riders
What: Greetings and proclamation
When: Tuesday, July 5, 2016 at 10:00 a.m.
June 30, 2016
Stow, Ohio – Avon Motorcycle Tyres North America is proud to sponsor the historic Sisters Centennial Motorcycle Ride scheduled July 3-23. The AMA-sanctioned event marks the 100th anniversary of the heroic cross-country motorcycle …Read More →
June 28, 2016 With the upcoming Sisters’ Centennial Motorcycle Ride, the opportunity came up to install a touring windscreen on my bike for the trip. I’ve owned many bikes over the years and most …Read More →
June 25, 2016 In recognition of the anniversary of the Van Buren Sisters’ Ride into Marion, Iowa 100 years ago, the city of Marion issued this proclamation.
Thank you to the city of Marion, and its mayor …Read More →