It's the place to "B"
Welcome to the Region B Website. We are the Northeast Region for Gold Wing Road Riders Association. We are made up of the following Districts: Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Vermont. Click on the Districts link to access the above named District websites.
GWRRA is the world’s largest social organization for owners of Gold Wing and Valkyrie motorcycles with over 80,000 members worldwide. We welcome all makes and models of motorcycles. We encourage you to become involved with the largest family around, GWRRA “Friends for Fun, Safety, and Knowledge.”
Thanks for visiting our Region website. There’s always something going on in our Region...It’s the Place To “B”.
Tom & Renee Wasluck
Northeast Region B Directors
Congratulations to Rich & Wendy Wirt for being named the 2015-2016 Northeast Region "B" Couple of the Year.
Congratulations to Maryland Chapter I for being chosen as the 2014 Northeast Region "B" Chapter of the Year.
Region B Members
Region B is please to announce ARC - RCICP (Riding Course Instructor Certification Program) for the spring of 2016. You can visit the GWRRA Rider Education website for details. The past couple of years Chapters and Districts in Region B have located additional ranges to hold GWRRA Riding Courses and the demand for Instructors has increased. Please get the word out we are looking for instructor candidates in your chapters and districts. There is a $100.00 registration fee to help pay for the cost associated with setting up the class as well as running the program. We need at least 6 to hold the program, but no more that 12.
I just completed teaching my first Basic Rider Course for the 2014 season. As we were getting into day two, I once again was amazed just how important where and how well we look to where we want to go.
Coaching the MSF courses is really getting the students to take a big leap of faith in what we have suggested to them for their success in riding motorcycles. No portion of the training is more obvious than in looking where you want to go.