American Motorcycle Association (AMA)
THE organization for and about motorcycles in the U.S. All facets of the sport are covered and a very strong and active political action group represents the interests of every motorcyclist. Join and show your support.
American Motorcycles Norway
Vist this fascinating web blog to see what is going on in Norway concerning the love of American motorcycles. The site is in English and has much to see. Be sure to check out the other blogs that they point to.
Cyclemo’s Motorcycle Museum is in Tennessee and is relatively new, but you would hardly think that to visit there. They are destined to become one of the best motorcycle museums in the country. Do yourself a favor and take a look.
Ed Youngblood’s Moto History
This is the place to go for up-to-date information on what is happening in the motorcycle world. Ed is a past president of the AMA and is very active in all things motorcycle. Be sure to get on his mailing list.
Please take the time to visit the following website by Marty Weil dedicated to the collecting of ephemera. “Marty Weil is a freelance writer and ephemera researcher. He has written more than 250 magazine features on a variety of subjects. Articles written by Marty Weil have appeared in more than two dozen publications, including Fortune, Managing Automation, Antique Week, APICS, and Scholastic Administrator. Previously, he was the President of Weil Marketing Communications Inc., a successful high-tech PR consulting firm. He is a graduate of Illinois State University.”
Epopee de la moto
Please visit this lovely motorcycle museum located in Quebec, Canada. They have a nice collection of motorcycles representing many countries. Very friendly people who would love to see you ride in for a visit some lovely summer day.
The place to go for real family sidecar riding enjoyment. This magazine has been around a long time and continues to provide valuable and friendly information about sidecars..
Long Riders Magazine
An on-line magazine for the touring bike rider as well as riders in general. There is a strong emphasis on a multi-racial, gender and ethnic mix of members.
Metro Triumph Riders of Detroit
This group of riders are devoted to keeping the name Triumph alive as well as the marvelous variety of machines that club members own and ride. Visit the site and join them for their monthly breakfast. You won’t be disappointed.
National Motorcycle Museum
This fantastic collection of motorcycle history is located at Anamosa Iowa. If you visit the AMCA vintage motorcycle rally at Davenport Iowa in the Fall, you must take a trip up to Anamosa.
Visit here to learn about one of Englands oldest motorcycle dealers specializing in all those really hard to find antiques. They have a well deserved reputation for great service.
A very nice web site for all you fans of early Triumph cycles. Give a visit here and be sure to visit “Yesterday’s” from the link provided.
Vintage Memories, Inc.
This is a nice site to visit for vintage motorcycles from around the world. Kieth Campbell owns this museum and if you are down around Georgia let him know you are coming and he will show you around.
Vintage Motorcycles U.K.
A wonderful site full of great pictures depicting motorcycles from decades past. Unique also are the sound files of many of these historical bikes. A well designed site sure to please.
Vintage Motorcycle Works
This is the place to pick up the most comprehensive set of books ever published on motorcycle patents. It is also the place to go for Harley “45” parts and a restoration guide for models from 1929-1936. I highly recommend this site.
A great site for vintage cycle enthusiasts. The site is in German, but be plesantly surprised as you click around and find wonderful images of rare and unique motorcycles.
Marvel here in the over 1200 item data base of published books on motorcycle travel. A great resource for finding stories of motorcycle adventures. Text, German and English
If you are serious about your antique motorcycles, Yesterdays is the place to visit. Wonderful people to work with and a fantastic selection of antique and newer machines to choose from. Great links page.