The 15th Annual Michael “Boz” Kerr Bikers Inside the Beltway is the ONLY National Motorcycle Lobby Day held in our nation’s capital. Motorcyclists from around the country ride to Washington D.C., to help educate Members of Congress regarding the issues facing motorcyclists today. This event will be held Monday, May 20th and Tuesday, May 21st, […]
Feb 9, 2024 Late last month, 120 members of the U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Senate sent a letter to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) slamming proposed changes to the Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) standards for passenger cars and light trucks. The proposal by NHTSA would require an industry fleet-wide average
This week, the House Motorcycle Caucus announced changes to its leadership team. Congressman Michael Burgess of Texas, who will retire at the end of the year, has stepped down as co-chair of the caucus. Congressman Burgess helped found the caucus in 2009 and has been a tireless champion for bikers. He was the 2018 MRF
Over the weekend, media reports have surfaced that the Biden Administration might loosen its rules for the country’s switch to electric vehicles. You may remember that last year the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) proposed strict tailpipe emissions standards that would effectively force manufacturers to sell mostly zero-emissions vehicles by 2030. A diverse set of stakeholders
This week the Motorcycle Riders Foundation (MRF) submitted comments to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) on the need for rulemaking regarding the right to repair. The FTC has opened public comments because of the petitions filed by two (2) groups, iFixit and the US Public Interest Research Group. The petition requests rulemaking by the FTC
Just before the end of 2023, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine signed H.B. 201 into law. The focus of the bill is to; “Prohibit a state agency, county, or township from restricting the sale or use of a motor vehicle based on the energy source used to power the motor vehicle; to prohibit a state agency
The Motorcycle Riders Foundation and its dedicated team brings opportunities to connect with bikers all across America. With a network of over 250,000 individuals, we can mobilize grassroots efforts in all 50 states, implement member driven policies at the national level, and keep our members up to date on the latest and greatest when it comes to laws and regulations that affect your right to ride. Most importantly, the MRF promotes the image of today’s biker in a positive way.