NOTICE: In accordance with recommended health organization guidelines for the Coronavirus - Nassau Wings Motorcycle Club Monthly Meetings are scheduled on a basis for either outdoor locations or via Zoom. The Club will still be planning to schedule rides (possibly at a reduced schedule - which is subject to change) with the understanding to maintain social distancing as well as any other recommended safety measures.
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Nassau Wings Motorcycle Club
With over a 30 year history; the Nassau Wings Motorcycle Club was first established in 1986 as an American Motorcyclist Association Club (AMA Charter # 5797) plus we are an active member of AMA Road Riding District 34. The Club was incorporated as a Not-For-Profit organization in the State of New York in 1989.
The Nassau Wings Motorcycle Club is a riding group open to men and women of all riding skill levels plus we welcome all brands of motorcycles. Our membership consists of a wide range of riding types and backgrounds. Riding with an approach to safety and skills are our top priority. We have been fortunate to have several past and present members that are Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) RiderCoaches that have supported our organization with riding information and techniques. Newer riders have noticed their own skills improving between riding with the club and discussing riding/skill techniques with the other members.
Our rides include local roads throughout Long Island as well as many rides to Upstate NY, PA, NJ, CT, VT and beyond. We maintain a regular schedule of meetings and rides plus we also incorporate rides “Just to Eat” that are normally mid-week to an area eatery. The Nassau Wings also attends area motorcycle club events. Besides riding, we maintain a social schedule with various activities.
For 13 years (until 2017) the Nassau Wings Motorcycle Club had hosted a yearly fundraiser called “Pop's Run” which was renamed Freddy's Run in 2015 to honor one of our past members; with all the event proceeds going directly to benefit the Amyloid Research Fund.