2017 Mass Motorcycle Association Storms The State House

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Photos and video by William Tauro 

By William Tauro 

The Massachusetts Motorcycle Association was the first to announce a “Storm” was coming on May 18, 2017. 
“Storm The State House” hit the road with dozens of motorcyclists that stormed the Massachusetts State House this past Thursday.

Motorcyclists from across the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and Border States met up at staging locations across the state. 
The planned ride to the State House began on New Washington Street in Somerville under police escort and ended up in Boston covering the area in front of the Grand Staircase in front of the state house with motorcycles. 
All attendees were encouraged to do so as this was the only Massachusetts motorcycle lobbying day. 
While visiting the State House, riders had the opportunity to stop in and visit their State Representative and State Senator to discuss the MMA’s Legislative Agenda.

MMA organizers stressed to the riders that “If we don’t spend a little time making some noise and writing a few letters, then these Bills will die a slow death until the Legislative Session ends next year.” “Your MMA exists to fight for the Rights of Motorcycle Riders and your efforts can go a long way to protect yours.”
 Riders were asked to present a copy of the MMA’s Legislative Agenda to their State Representative and State Senator. 

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