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Monday Provides Opportunity to Highlight Motorcycles as a Viable, Fun, Fuel-Efficient Mode of Transportation

Washington, D.C., – In an open letter to motorcyclists the Congressional Motorcycle Safety Caucus (CMSC) Co-seats, U.S. Agents Michael Burgess (R-TX) and Gabrielle Giffords, with Caucus Members John Duncan (R-TN), Bob Filner (D-CA) and Walter Jones (R-NC) asked riders to take part in the yearly Ride to Work Day on June 21 and energized riders and other street clients to concentrate on wellbeing. Ride to Work Day supports bosses, government authorities and the overall population to be more mindful that riders originate from all occupations and strolls of life and that riding cruisers and bikes is a social decent.

The Members state in the letter, “This year, on June 21, more than a million riders will drive to deal with their cruisers. This yearly occasion offers motorcyclists a chance to feature bikes as a practical, fun and fuel-productive method of transportation. We urge you to partake and to utilize the day as a suggestion to get associated with cruiser wellbeing.”

The letter urged riders to get included and to do their part to help develop the Caucus, “Please enable us… by reaching your Member of Congress and urging him or her to join the Congressional Motorcycle Safety To gathering (CMSC). Data about your Representative and how to connect can be found by going to



The Caucus Members likewise noticed that Ride to Work Day gives a chance to help other street clients to remember their part in bike security. “Our Caucus empowers drivers of autos, SUVs and different vehicles to know about bikes and to pay special mind to motorcyclists. In more than 66% of deadly auto bike crashes the driver of the auto was to blame, making it critical that our gathering of people is more extensive than simply the individuals who ride.”

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The Motorcycle Industry Council’s (MIC) Senior Vice President for Government Relations, Kathy Van Kleeck stated, “Ride to Work Day is a critical open door for motorcyclists to put forth a positive expression and we might want to thank the Caucus Co-seats and alternate Members of the Congressional Motorcycle Safety Caucus for their association and proceeded with sense of duty regarding cruiser wellbeing.”

Duane Taylor, MIC’s Director, Federal Affairs expressed, “The CMSC is a successful voice for cruiser wellbeing. As noted in the letter, the CMSC has passed Congressional Resolutions supporting the objectives of May As Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month, facilitated a Capitol Hill occasion went to by the Secretary of Transportation, and guaranteed that bike security is recollected in the transportation reauthorization process and additionally featuring Ride to Work Day.” Taylor proceeded with, “I urge all riders to get included and to approach their Member to agree to accept the Caucus.”

The Motorcycle Industry Council exists to save, ensure and advance motorcycling through government relations, correspondences and media relations, insights and research, secondary selling programs, improvement of information interchanges norms, and exercises encompassing specialized and administrative issues. It is a not-revenue driven, national industry affiliation speaking to makers and wholesalers of bikes, bikes, bike/ATV/ROV parts and embellishments, and individuals from unified exchanges, for example, protection, back and speculation organizations, media organizations and advisors.

The MIC is headquartered in Irvine, Calif., with an administration relations office nearby Washington, D.C. Initially called the MIC in 1970, the association has been in operation since 1914. Visit the MIC at www.mic.org