AMSAF Executive Director's Letter

Thank you for taking the time to visit or support Arizona Motorcycle Safety and Awareness Foundation (AMSAF). Our name says it all. Since our inception, AMSAF has made tremendous progress in working toward change in the Arizona motorcycle industry on Safety. Since our inception AMSAF has given out over 2500 Scholarships to Arizona residents to complete a Basic Rider Course (BRC) and Basic Rider Course 2 (BRC2) through the many credentialed training schools across the state. Allowing the applicant to pick the school of their choice. As we move forward, more and more riders will learn the skills they need to make smart, safe motorcycling decisions – life-saving decisions.

In addition to our focus on training, which has received the support of the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety (GOHS), we have teamed up with numerous Healthcare entities, Motorcycle Business’s, Insurance, Legal and the Community to promote Motorcycle Safety and Awareness. Our goal is together we can help the motorcycle community reduce motorcycle crashes and fatalities.

We continue  to work on getting grants, sponsorship and donations that assist our organization in creating strategic alliances, scholarships and training opportunities. Just as significant, we work closely with the Governor's Office of Highway Safety (GOHS) and the Department of Transportation (ADOT) to continue our goal to promote and improve the well-being of motorcycle riders. In addition, AMSAF participates in the Arizona Strategic Highway Safety Plan (AZSHSP) for motorcycles to help achieve strategic goals with the State of Arizona. 

Please help us get more folks into motorcycle training through education by you're donation. Motorcycle fatalities are on the increase and together we can reduce these statistics. 

We hope that AMSAF is the go-to organization for you in motorcycle safety and awareness. Together we can reduce motorcycle crashes, injuries and fatalities here in Arizona.


Mick Degn
Executive Director, AMSAF