Welcome to North Georgia Motorcycles!
We are glad you came by to visit.
A word from Eric
STARTING MARCH 1, 2014
We are giving away special packages each month through November!
One Grand Prize Winner in December!
1 winner announced at our monthly ride - you need not be present to win!
MARCH WINNING PRIZE:
$40.00 GIFT CERTIFICATE TO
EL REY'S MEXICAN RESTAURANT
PARTICIPATING ADVERTISERS WITH TICKETS:
Waffle King - Blue Ridge, GA
Whatnot's Frozen Yogurt - Blue Ridge, GA
Café Ink Tattoos - Blue Ridge, GA
El Rey's Mexican Restaurant - Ellijay, GA
Gold Strike - Ellijay, GA
Chattahoochee Biker Gear - Helen, GA
MORE BEING ADDED DAILY - WATCH THIS LIST
I also would like to encourage you to look at our advertisers in our directory of motorcycle friendly businesses to the left of this page or click on our Premier Businesses located further down on this page (they are also in the directory - just easier to get to them here).
Eric & Debbie Wieberg
As always, keep the shiny side up and the rubber side down! Until the next time.
If you have any thoughts about or for the website, I would love to hear from you! We are looking forward to making 2014 a blow-out year!
A “good” ride is one from which you can walk away.
A “great” ride is one after which you can use the bike again.
Upcoming NGM Rides
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New Magazine in Georgia
Born to Ride Magazine is now being published in the State of Georgia after 17 very successful years in the State of Florida. It is available at most Motorcycle & Motorcycle related shops. Look for it and pick up a copy! Our founder Eric Wieberg has joined the Born to Ride team and will be writing the "Ride Destination" articles for the magazine, with the ride published being run the following month.
You can view the entire current issue on line by clicking on the magazine cover below and then when you get there, click on Georgia!
CLICK ON THE PICTURE TO GO TO THE FULL REVIEW
The SMH10 is a Bluetooth 3.0 stereo headset with long-range Bluetooth intercom designed specifically for motorcycles. With the SMH10, you can call handsfree on your Bluetooth mobile phone, listen to stereo music or voice instructions of GPS navigations by Bluetooth wirelessly, and have intercom conversations in full duplex with a passenger or other motor cycle riders.
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The Book Has Finally Arrived!
Good read for a GA motorcycle enthusiast, April 11, 2013
The title of the review says it all. Good read for a GA motorcycle enthusiast. It's an easy read to help set up rides. If you live here or plan to ride here get a copy to help find some great roads. - James R. Harrell
While up in Helen, GA for Victory Cycle rally we took a little ride over to Dahlonega and found Riders Hill. I picked up a copy of your book, and thou I'm only part way thru it, it's been an enjoyable read so far. It also helped me find Chattahoochee Biker Gear in Helen. Best wishes in the future.....Mike
In a day when motorcycling is not only becoming an economical way of transportation, riders are also discovering the joy of riding for pleasure.
This book is written for those that want to take off and find some scenic rides in the North Georgia, Southeastern Tennessee and Southwestern North Carolina areas.
I have included some motorcycling stories for your reading pleasure including a comical take on my son's first long distance motorcycle trip. The chapters have been kept to a minimal write-up description of the rides, but yet they give you a feel for the ride area. Each chapter also includes photos from the ride routes, as well as, a map and turn by turn directions.
I am a very strong believer that businesses that truly believe in the biking community and welcome us into their establishments with open arms deserve our support! I have included in the book a listing of businesses that have believed in us and their information is included throughout the book. I encourage you to lend your support to these businesses that support us!
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$4.99 Instant Delivery for Kindle Edition
Tricks of the Trade is published in Born to Ride Magazine
North Georgia Motorcycles Teams Up With Chris Carr, World & National AHRMA Middle Weight Superbike Champion
Patrick Joiner, Chris Carr and Eric Wieberg (L to R)
Chris Carr has been actively engaged in motorcycle training and education since 2001. Chris is an MSF instructor who has also been trained as a DBS dirtbike and ATV coach. He also served on the American Honda Demo Team. Chris' programs have educated more than 6000 riders in the Atlanta area.
Chris grew up in Warren, Ohio and started riding motorcycles when he was 6 years old. He has competed in AMA, WERA, Formula USA, and AHRMA roadracing events. In 2006, Chris put Buell into the long distance records by riding his Ulysses from Key West, Florida to Prudhoe Bay, Alaska. He has since completed numerous Iron Butt rides.
In August 2010, Chris competed in the inaugural IBR 5000 which qualified him to compete in the most notable Iron Butt Rally scheduled from June 20 to July 1, 2011 (11,000 miles in 11 days).
Chris also competed in the 2010 Hoka Hey Motorcycle Challenge where he finished #15 (over 8,600 miles in 9 days)
His book "Street Riding Secrets" was nominated for Georgia Author of the year. Chris currently writes articles for several motorcycle publications.
Chris now hosts TwoWheelAdventures Radio every Tuesday nights from 7 to 8pm on Garage 71 station.
Chris is now the 2011 AHRMA Middle Weight Superbike National Champion, World Champion and Master of the Mid West Champion and is now also teaching AHRMA Racing School.
Regular Ride Schedule Chosen
Our rides will be scheduled for the 3rd Saturday of each month. Our rides are normally between 100 and 175 miles and are between 2 to 4 hours actual riding. We normally stop and have lunch somewhere during the ride. During the months of December, January and February, All rides will be announced 24-48 hrs. in advanced depending on the weather.