June - This monnths LOM - Easily allows you to remove the background from your photos to create masks, cutouts, or clipping paths, all done instantly online with ClippingMagic.com.
I din't understand how a develper can create game a name it Motocross-Rage and then populate it with a street bike.
Have a look around AMSA and see what catches your interest.
If you don't get SPEED or FUEL TV channels you can catch AMA racing online at: http://www.motorstv.com, often offering live broadcasts.
The weather may have spoiled a few ride days recently, watch the AMSA Forum and/or our Facebook page for our next Family Day ride.
I've ridden Houston's - Rio Bravo motorcross many time in the recent months. I've found the shaded trees and perfect dirt makes for a fantastic day trip, even in this heat. I can't express enough how well this old nationals caliber track has made a come back in the last few years. I'm defiantly jealous of those TRH and Houston riders. I learned first hand that this nice flowing, fast, fun, safe, track and facilities (swimming pool) is worth a day trip. I'm going back, likely several times this year.
Here's some blasts from the past Google photos and Old School MX at Rio Bravo discussions. Start making your plans now for the Rio Bravo Old School Renunion.
One of our own AMSA'ers met Hall of Fame motocross champion Roger DeCoster. What an honor... Read More
A few of us dirt bikers have gone to the streets (because we can't get enough riding) myself included. If you're interested, you're in luck, I'll share some personal reports and website for your entertainment. Here's our Annual Big Bend trip website sponsored by TeamScream motorcycles, won't you come join us in April 2013?. A few AMSAers have gone south, way south-west (Big Bend, Tx) ahead of our annual motley-crew and they graciously shared their trip report.
Did you make it to Austin's Forumla-1 race in November? Well Circuit of the Americas will host a motorcycle GP in April 2013 and tickets are available online.
AMSA meetings are now held at our Family Day events. We hope you can join us and learn more about AMSA and the Family Day riding activities. We encourage you to visit the AMSA discussion forum for club activities.
Upcoming TORCS race events, see the TORCS Website for more info.
Are you sporting a AMSA club T-shirt? David Wilson and myself have worked very hard to develop a design that's sure catch everyone's eye when sporting it about.
I'm always adding new Blog entries so RSS Subscribe or check for updates often. You know I'm beginning to believe AMSA may have the largest collection of on-line Moto-Games on the Web (prove me wrong). So be sure to share this news with the kiddos.
Support your local motorcycle shops that support your sport.
Visit the Sponsors Web sites and please mention gratitude from AMSA for there support.
Last but not least... please remember to give gratitude to the AMSA Officers who volunteers and help stitch this club into the community that it is.
Give these members a pat on the back and a cold one someday and let them know you appreciate the hard work they put in to your club.
Please visit the AMSA and other discussion forums to ask questions. Fellow officers and members can answer most questions.
Ride safe and enjoy!
Changing ways... We're doing away with Pictures of the Month. Now we're simply randomly loading a photo each time this page is loaded.
If you are a AMSA member and would like your photo to randomly display here please send me your photo. Due to the layout there are a few necessary requirements that should be met. First the image should be between 500 and 700 pixels wide. The height is less important but optimum height is 378 pixels tall.
E-mail you photo's to email@example.com for inclusion in AMSA's random photo display (e.g. photo at the top of this page).
Last Updated: Saturday, 25 May 2013 at 04:31 PM