The American Motorcyclist Association is making some rare and collectible items available in their eBay Store. These deals are just in time for Christmas and proceeds go to support a worthy cause.
You'll find books, pins, belt buckles and more.
The AMA began issuing commemorative pins and belt buckles in 1984 as a way for the AMA to honor notable anniversaries, landmarks and important places and events. But the practice actually has a long history with the AMA, going back to the 1920s.
During the early years of motorcycling, small gatherings of motorcyclists evolved into organized road-riding events. A “Good Fellowship Tour” held in 1913 in Milwaukee proved to be immensely popular with the riding public. Following the pattern of the Milwaukee tour, a Gypsy Tour was developed and promoted by the AMA’s precursor organizations.
Special pricing is listed and most items allow you to make an offer.