Never Quit Challenge" four-day journey in September will cover California coastline from Morro Bay to San Diego.
The historic IJSBA Long Beach to Catalina and Back Offshore National Championship race aka “The LB2CAT” by Jettribe and RPM Racing Enterprises has challenged man and machine for just shy of two decades. The sea state for this race across the channel is unpredictable. Ranging from “ocean flat” to exceptionally rough. When it’s rough, it’s often the deciding factor on the rider’s performance.
There’s no secret about the quality of modern personal watercraft. For years now, manufacturers have made the reliability and durability of watercraft a priority which has directly translated into long lasting and durable product for owners. And we haven’t even broached the amazing evolution of technology today’s watercraft possess.
We love history at the AWA, and more often than not we find ourselves reminded of President Truman’s saying. In the past, we’ve re-published early articles from magazines highlighting the first of their kind mass produced personal watercraft – many still evolving today.
The Eastern PA River Runners
2014 Operation Helping Hero’s Freedom Ride
July 12th, 2014
Rain Date: July 13th 2014
The Eastern PA River Runners, a local charter club of The American Watercraft Association, along with Keller Williams Realty Elite, serving all Eastern Pa. Counties out of West Lawn, Pa. and Ray’s Yamaha, Polaris, Victory out of Reading, Pa. are proud to team with The Family & Friends For Freedom Fund Inc. to raise money for this wonderful organization that aids in the recovery of our combat wounded Marines and servicemen and women from all branches of the armed forces recovering at Bethesda Naval Hospital, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center and other hospitals in the surrounding regions.
Now is the time to speak up for access to your public waterways.
It is essential that your voice is heard in the public comments phase at Gulf Islands National Seashore.
As you know, due to a frivolous lawsuit brought by radical environmentalists, the National Park Service (NPS) was forced to waste taxpayer money in order to review public access for personal watercraft at Gulf Islands. Thus far, public scoping meetings were held last month. AWA represented all PWC riders at these events, and made plain our commitment to free and equal access to your public waters.