NEWS & Updates

3-year freeway fatality toll: 207

Ariz. exceeds U.S. death rate by 61%

David Kadlubowski/The Republic

This interchange connects Interstate 17 to Loop 101 in north Phoenix. The Valley’s interstates, including I-17, had higher concentrations of fatalities than Loop 101 and other state routes. Experts say that’s because the interstates are straighter, so drivers take more chances.

On the afternoon of Jan. 8, 2015, the driver of a black Hyundai sedan rear-ended another vehicle on Loop 101 near Broadway Road. An 84year-old passenger in the sedan died of injuries from the impact. It was the first fatal accident on a Valley freeway that year.

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AMSAF Rider Training Scholarships are back!

BIGDEALScholarships are open once again to all Arizona residents 15-years 6-months old or older. A small fee is required at time of course registration. All other costs for the Basic Rider Course are paid for by AMSAF.

AMSAF’s goal is to promote motorcycle safety and awareness through education and training.

AMSAF Riding Training Scholarships will enhance motorcycle safety by helping to reduce motorcycle crashes.

 


AMSAF Monthly Rider Training Contest Offers Free Advanced Classes!

Click here for more information.

 


HealthSouth Supports AMSAF!

October 2014 – HealthSouth made a $2500 contribution to AMSAF. The contribution will be used to further AMSAF’s efforts to promote motorcycle safety and awareness.

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Ride Arizona Publishes Article on AMSAF!

September 2014 – Ride Arizona published an article on AMSAF’s efforts to promote motorcycle safety and awareness. DOWNLOAD The Article

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IT’S OVER! AMSAF Rider Training Scholarship is closed.

Scholarship was open to all Arizona residents 15-years 6-months old or older. A small fee was required at time of course registration. All other costs for the Basic Rider Course is paid for by AMSAF.

AMSAF’s goal is to promote motorcycle safety and awareness through education and training.

AMSAF Riding Training Scholarships will enhance motorcycle safety by helping to reduce motorcycle accidents.

DOWNLOAD The Press Release

 


Superstition Harley-Davidson Supports AMSAF

August 2014 – Superstition Harley made a $250 contribution to AMSAF. The contribution will be used to further AMSAF’s efforts to promote motorcycle safety and awareness.

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Chester’s Harley-Davidson Supports AMSAF

August 2014 – Chester’s Harley Davidson made a $2500 contribution to AMSAF. The contribution will be used to further AMSAF’s efforts to promote motorcycle safety and awareness.

 

 

 

 

 


RideNow Supports AMSAF

June 2014 – RideNow makes a $2500 value contribution to AMSAF. The contribution will be used to further AMSAF’s efforts to promote motorcycle safety and awareness.

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AMSAF works with Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) to get signs to display “Look Twice For Motorcycles”

Highway signs will randomly display LOOK TWICE FOR MOTORCYCLES through Memorial Day!

AMSAF gets its message on boards

 


May & June AMSAF Free Rider Course Contest Winners

June 2014 Debra Chalfin
May 2014 Julie Frost

 


Phoenix Business Journal

July 2014 – Mick Degn Recognition Plaque. Read More
May 2014 – Joseph Hoodak | People on the Move. Read More