Submitted By Mick Degn

May and almost June, where are the months going?

May started out with the 2018 Motorcycle Day at the Dome.

A different year as the Teachers had the grounds full with their campaign and there were thousands of teachers and their supporters there.

AMSAF had a booth at the MDATD and we had an opportunity to talk about AMSAF and a number of speakers mentioned AMSAF in their speeches which were great.

A huge thank you to ABATE, MMA, and ACMC for all their work in putting this on.

May is Motorcycle Safety and Awareness Month and you’re seeing a lot of postings on Facebook.

Here’s our challenge- Why can’t we see this all year long to try and get the awareness out. Let’s not make it a one month campaign, let’s share all year long.

AMSAF is honored to be one of the Charities selected by Discount Biker Supply for the month of May.

During the year Rhino and Discount Biker Supply are selling chips for $5.00 each that goes to the charities they have selected each month.

What a wonderful way to support the Community and all the great Charities out there. Please take a minute and check out the site and donate to your Charity.

In May AMSAF is their Charity and again, we’d like to thank Rhino and Discount Biker Supply for what they are doing to help the community.

We’d also like to thank all of you that support AMSAF and what we do. If you want to help AMSAF and can’t make it to one of Discount Biker Supply events, you can go to their site and purchase chips.

Remember 100% of this goes to AMSAF and helps us get more folks into motorcycle training through our Scholarship Program

This month we’re going to talk a little more about our Community outreach and how we get involved with the community to help reduce motorcycle crashes and fatalities here in Arizona.

As we’ve mentioned it before, we can’t do it alone but together with local businesses, State, Police and other organizations we can continue to make a difference and reduce crashes and fatalities.

We want to thank all those supporters for helping in this area.

We’ve already hit the 100-degree temperature, please dress appropriately in the heat and make sure to drink plenty of fluids.

Watch your surroundings and always assume someone doesn’t see you.

Thank you again for all your support of AMSAF and if you haven’t signed up for our newsletter, go to our website and get signed up.

Mick Degn

Executive Director

Arizona Motorcycle Safety & Awareness Foundation (AMSAF)