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Moped sales on the rise

September 19, 2008 by · Comments Off on Moped sales on the rise 

Young and old alike are flocking to fuel-efficient mopeds and more stylish scooters to get around Waynesboro and other towns and cities across the country.

With high gas prices, an increasing number of the fuel-efficient mopeds that can get 100 miles per gallon or more can be found on city streets. Greg Hensley, manager of Wayne Cycle Shop in Waynesboro, said the mopeds are moving out quicker than he can keep them in stock.

His sales are up by about 60 percent over last year, with nationwide moped sales up nearly 50 percent. Prices start at just under $2,000, with payments as low as $50 per month.

According to a AAA Mid-Atlantic news release, more people are riding motorcycles and mopeds.

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08LR18 – MRF Leaders Report – September

September 19, 2008 by · Comments Off on 08LR18 – MRF Leaders Report – September 

The United States House of Representatives Committee on Energy and Commerce today passed legislation that would make it illegal for insurance providers to exploit what is known as the “source of injury exclusion” loophole, the Motorcycle Riders Foundation (MRF) reports.

Under current law, insurance providers can refuse to pay for treatment of an injury based solely on the source of the injury, with no prior notice of denial of benefits for that source of injury simply by pointing to the “source of injury” law that exists today.

Some sources of injury that can be used as a reason by insurance providers to refuse payment of medical bills are motorcycling, snow skiing, ATVs and horse back riding.

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08NR17 – MRF News Release – HIPAA Update

September 16, 2008 by · Comments Off on 08NR17 – MRF News Release – HIPAA Update 

The Motorcycle Riders Foundation is pleased to report that HR 1076 will be marked up by the US House Committee on Energy and Commerce tomorrow September 17th at 10 AM. The legislation to close the loophole that allows insurance companies to refuse payment for an injury that happens on a
motorcycle will be marked up in open session along with ten other bills in the Rayburn House Office Building.

HR 1076 is expected to pass favorably, however anything can happen in a markup. In order to ensure swift clean passage we are asking you to contact your Member of Congress IF they are a Member of the Energy and Commerce Committee. That list follows.

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Ribbon cut for new motorcycle technician training facility

September 16, 2008 by · Comments Off on Ribbon cut for new motorcycle technician training facility 

The expansion of the academy programs for Halifax County Public Schools continued Thursday morning with the ribbon cutting for the new motorcycle technician training program at the high school.

The latest expansion was part of a significant push forward in the academy programs. Virginia Gov. Tim Kaine visited Halifax County Wednesday morning for the ribbon cutting of the new Lowe’s Equine Center and Agricultural Science Academy at the Halifax County fairgrounds.

One day later, Southside Virginia Community College, represented by provost Dr. David Johnson and other college officials, took center stage at the ribbon cutting, held at HCHS.  SVCC and its president, Dr. John Cavan, have worked closely with local school officials to make the new motorcycle technician training program a reality.

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Biker Babe of the Week

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Biker Friend and Family Rally Day – October 19, 2008

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Sunday, October 19, 2008
Christiansburg First Church of the Nazarene

Bikers for Babies – September 27, 2008

September 10, 2008 by · Comments Off on Bikers for Babies – September 27, 2008 

Saturday, September 27, 2008
Registration 9AM – Ride 10:30AM
Bayside Harley-Davidson – Portsmouth, VA
80 Mile Police escorted Ride

Join Bikers for Babies by revving up to help us give every baby a healthy start. Sign up and raise money at bikersforbabies.org. $15 Registration includes pin and lunch.

On Saturday, September 27th, Bayside Harley-Davidson will host our 15th Annual motorcycle ride in Portsmouth. Join hundreds of bikers on our 80 mile police escorted ride.

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