AMERICAN MOTORCYCLIST MARCH 2020
Ups and Downs
To the National Football League for airing commercials that appear to glorify illegal stunt riding of dirt bikes on city streets.
To the Grand National Cross Country Series presented by Specialized, an AMA National Championship, for continuing its program with the Veterans Tickets Foundation to provide active military and veterans with the opportunity to obtain free admission at each of the 13 scheduled rounds of America’s premier cross-country racing series.
To Dime City Cycles for raising $27,000 for the Prostate Cancer Foundation and giving 71-year-old prostate cancer survivor Larry Ratliff a Honda CX500 flat tracker that was rebuilt by Dime City.
To the Milton, Fla., man who fired shots at neighborhood kids riding dirt bikes. Jeramy Harrison, 48, was charged with reckless discharge on a public roadway and possession of ammunition by a convicted felon.