AMA-logo-230PICKERINGTON, Ohio — EVS Sports, which produces a broad range of protective gear for off-highway, street and motocross riders, is providing American Motorcyclist Association members with a discount on the company’s full range of products.

“We’re pleased that EVS Sports is providing AMA members with this generous discount,” said AMA Chief Operations Officer Jeff Massey. “Safety gear is a critical component of any ride, and EVS offers one of the most comprehensive lines in motorcycling, whether you race off-road, motocross or ride on the street.”

Using an exclusive discount code provided in the Members Only section of www.americanmotorcyclist.com, AMA members save 10 percent off direct purchases at www.evs-sports.com.  EVS sells helmets, a range of knee braces and guards, race collars, chest protection, ballistic jerseys, elbow guards, gloves, base layers, various join support products and kidney belts. They also provide gear bags, accessories and apparel, and trackside support gear.

“The AMA and its mission to protect the motorcycle lifestyle and promote motorcycling is important, not just to its members, but to companies like ours that serve motorcyclists,” said EVS Sports Marketing Manager Brent Harden. “We’re pleased to offer this discount so all AMA members, whether they are hardcore racers, weekend warriors or casual recreational riders, can take advantage of these savings.”

One new product for 2015 is the 2015 EVS Venture helmet, designed to be a lightweight dual-sport helmet with a faceshield integrated into a traditional off-road design. The DOT-approved EVS Venture includes ample airflow, an adjustable mouth port, a removable liner, and a scratch- and fog-resistant shield.

For more about the benefits of being a member of the AMA, as well as insight into the best rides and races, follow the AMA on Facebook at www.facebook.com/americanmotorcyclist, on Twitter @ama_riding, @ama_racing or @ama_rights, and on Instagram @ama_riding. For a full list of AMA member benefits and discounts, see www.americanmotorcyclist.com.

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