by El Presidente

I am proud to announce we are among three nominees for this year’s AMA Recreational Road Riding Organizer of the Year award!  The special award winners will be announced at the 2019 AMA Championship Banquet on Saturday, Dec. 7, at the Hilton Columbus in Columbus, Ohio. The event is part of the 2019 AMA Legends & Champions Weekend, Dec. 6-7.  Among those recognized at the banquet are top clubs and promoters in competition and recreational riding categories.

Courtesy of the AMA

Award nominees announced for 2019 AMA Championship Banquet

PICKERINGTON, Ohio — The American Motorcyclist Association has announced the nominees for the 2019 AMA Championship Banquet awards. The awards recognize individuals and organizations that excelled in AMA-sanctioned competition and recreational activity in 2019.

“The AMA Championship Banquet honors this year’s national and regional champions and recognizes individuals and clubs who have gone above and beyond to support and protect the motorcycling lifestyle,” AMA Director of Racing Kevin Crowther said. “We are grateful for the opportunity to recognize the accomplishments of motorcycle and ATV competitors, volunteers and advocates across the nation, and we invite the motorcycling community to come and enjoy this very special event.”

Among those recognized at the banquet are top clubs and promoters in competition and recreational riding categories. AMA volunteers also will be recognized in the areas of Rights, Riding and Racing.

Recreational organizers will be recognized in road-riding and off-road categories. The AMA Club of the Year and the AMA Media Award also will be presented.

To reserve your space at the event, visit Tickets are $75 each. AMA Life Members receive a $10 discount and children 4 years old and younger are free.

Reservations can be made through Nov. 20 at a special rate. Visit

The banquet includes dinner and door prizes.

Visit to learn more.

2019 AMA Organizer Award Nominees

AMA Recreational Road Riding Organizer of the Year

Being nominated once again is a great honor! For a relatively young club of just over 15 years, it is quite an achievement for being considered alongside the Dawn Patrol MC, established in 1937 and the American Legion Riders.  Thank you for all of your efforts in making this club one of the best in the nation and special thanks go out to our Board of Directors, Dagame Dominguez, Steve Stoops, Rodney Chew, Allen Kelley and Todd Gilles  for all their hard work in keeping the ship on the right course.  Kudos also to long-time sponsor GO AZ Motorcycles for their continuing support along with Spooky Fast Customs and Law Tigers!  Let’s make 2020 an even better year!

Published by El Presidente

Riding since 1983, I've owned a variety of bikes over the years, I have done all sorts of riding! I started in the motorcycle industry in 1999 at Fast By Ferracci in Willow Grove, PA, winners of World & AMA Superbike Championships and AMA Supercross race winners. I now work as the Assistant Operations Manager at Spooky Fast Customs and Yamwood Foundry after a stint from 2009 to 2013 at the GO AZ Scottsdale parts department.