The Latin American Motorcycle Association was founded in 1977 in Chicago’s notorious Humboldt Park neighborhood. Since its inception, L.A.M.A. was intended to be a Moto-Touring Club with truly democratic ideas. In 1995, a Chapter was formed in Miami, Florida and in 1996 L.A.M.A. became a National Association when the first national president was elected. In 1999, L.A.M.A. became an International Association when Chapters were formed in Puerto Rico, Mexico & Cuba. Today, the number of chapters has grown to over 160 worldwide spanning the Americas, Asia, Europe and the “land down under” Australia. We believe that it is more important to recognize and identify ourselves as Human rather than Latin, Asian, Black or White! L.A.M.A. is a club of the 21st Century and continues to be a work in progress. Our forward progress evolves from the many contributions and the flow of rich ideas of our members, both current and new, from near and far-off lands. It is because of our philosophy, L.A.M.A. has become one of the most respected clubs in the world.
As a L.A.M.A member there are doors opened to you in every city where we have chapters. You will have the opportunity to visit those chapters, including those in other nations on our Annual National and International Rallies. L.A.M.A is also recognized as one of the most active long distance riding clubs in the world. Our members ride extreme distances over long hours on good and bad roads, on hot and cold days, rain or shine. This is truly a test of endurance that most bikers find way to far and /or too challenging.