What is GWRRA?

Established in 1977, the Gold Wing Road Riders Association (GWRRA) is an International Association that provides an atmosphere for fun, safety, and knowledge to Gold Wing and Valkyrie motorcycle owners.

GWRRA is a social organization formed for the pleasure, recreation, safety, exchange of information, coordination of common motorcycle efforts, promotion of camaraderie and friendship of its Members and chapters, without political or religious affiliations or influence.

Other purposes include:

•  Assisting all motorcyclists in achieving and/or improving public acceptance of motorcyclists.
•  Member support of civic, local, police, charity, and government organizations.
•  Education of the non-motorcycling public concerning motorcycling problems.
•  Dissemination of safety information relating to motorcycling and motorcyclists.
•  Supporting the Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF).
•  Being a family oriented organization.
•  Promoting and enlarging the Association’s Membership.
•  To publish and distribute Wing World and other media that will inform, entertain, educate and enlighten our Members and officers.

Who are we?

The Pennsylvania District of GWRRA is made up of 20 chapters within the state of Pennsylvania. The Pennsylvania District is a member of the Northeast Region (B), which is made up of 11 states; Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont, and Maine. There are ten (10) GWRRA regions within the continental United States. Hawaii is a member of the Southwest Region (F).

If you find any mis-information or mistakes on these pages, please notify me at once. Thank you.
Mike Ammerman, District Webmaster.