2017 Trustee election results

//2017 Trustee election results

2017 Trustee election results

Voting for the 2017 AHRMA Board of Trustees election concluded January 6, and the results were tallied by Allred Jackson, P.C., of Logan, UT. The vote count is as follows:

Beno Rodi (166 votes)
Carl Anderson (132)
Robert McLendon (109)
Corky Root (83)
Jason Colon (62)

Rob Poole (132)
Pat Riley (125)
Murrae Haynes (72)
Brian Larrabure (62)

A total of 497 qualified ballots were received; for the full report from Allred Jackson, P.C., please click here.

The AHRMA staff would like to thank outgoing Trustee Corky Root for his service to the organization; Root will remain in his position until the first Board meeting of 2017, scheduled for April 10 in Willows, CA. At that meeting, newly-elected Trustee Beno Rodi will be seated. Carl Anderson, Rob Poole and Pat Riley were re-elected incumbents. All terms runĀ for three years.

By | 2017-01-07T20:02:42+00:00 January 7th, 2017|Uncategorized|7 Comments


  1. Reese Dengler January 7, 2017 at 10:02 pm - Reply

    Based on the current AHRMA membership of 3013, reported in the last board meeting minutes, only about 16.5% of the membership voted. Pretty pathetic!

  2. Mike Wells January 8, 2017 at 12:03 am - Reply

    Lots of complainers, very few voters. Jeez.

  3. Joe Lachniet January 8, 2017 at 7:48 pm - Reply

    Most members of small organizations do not want to participate in the management of their clubs. But they want to criticize how they are run. Those people who are whiners should step up and do their part to make things better if they do not agree with how the organization is run. I believe we have a great current board. I applaud them for their efforts in making the club work so well.

  4. Randy Hall January 10, 2017 at 4:45 pm - Reply

    Remember the reason we all joined AHRMA,we wanted to ride and race the motorcycles we enjoyed.At an AHRMA event you can meet new people who share in your passion for these motorcycles and the time when they were popular. We all have had help from fellow members when we were in need. If a bike breaks people always come to the rescue,and are all Happy to get you back up and running.I’ve been a member since 2002 and enjoyed every day since,because I’m in daily contact one way or another with someone who I’ve met along the way.If there’s any thing I can do to make AHRMA better, that is to help find new members and hopefully they will get to have as much fun as I have. Thank You to all those people who I’ve met along the way and looking forward to more of the same.79L

  5. Patrick Riley #29u Western Trustee January 10, 2017 at 7:53 pm - Reply

    Well done folks, taking time to respond is a first step, and I am proud to serve!!! Randy Hall’s comments sum up the feelings of most everyone I have met in AHRMA.
    If you’re reading this because you have been away for a while and wonder what has been going on, please come back, it’s just as much fun as ever. New venues with excellent views keep popping up. Be not afraid to return, AHRMA is strong and healthy. If you stop, well you STOP. Enjoy today, Live for the Moment!!!
    Peace to all.

  6. Tom January 11, 2017 at 2:30 pm - Reply

    Why not offer online voting? I would think your vote count would increase significantly. You would still have to have an AHRMA number to make your vote count.

  7. Adam 848 January 12, 2017 at 12:58 pm - Reply

    Adam 848 I love the sport AHRMA is the best thing that we can have. I racing for a long time now I have been to many of races have seen it when you could not even find a parking space there was so many riders. And when we split from AMA I seen the classes drop tremendously I have Been to races when only 10 people show up and I have said to myself I don’t know how they can afford to keep doing this. AHRMA Never turn there back on us kept the program running and it seems like times and things are getting better I see more more riders I speak for many we are very happy we have a place to go ride. I want to say thank you too AHRMA Donnie warf Beno rodi Dave Aldana and all the others that give 100%. So for all you flat tracker out there come and have some fun and good memories see you all at the track be safe.

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