Yesterday, bikers from across the country arrived on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. to meet with lawmakers and staff to discuss important motorcycling issues.
Over 200 congressional offices from Alaska to Georgia met face to face with motorcycle advocates on topics like profiling, autonomous vehicles, ethanol and transportation funding. Both in the Senate and House of Representatives bikers answered questions about our priorities and encouraged lawmakers to defend our freedoms.
Our work in D.C. would be impossible without the time and effort MRF members expend coming to our nation’s capital. Thank you to all that made the trip, and truly make the MRF the voice of the street rider in Washington D.C.!