10 S. West Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Room Rate: $99.00
Convention Registration: $80.00 which includes the Silver Spoke Award banquet. Registration Only: $45.00 banquet not included.
PRE-REGISTRATION MUST BE RECEIVED NO LATER THAN 2400 HRS ON APRIL 29, 2012
To download the convention flyer (PDF) go to:
The number listed on the NCOM 2012 flyer (800-228-9290) is for general reservations only. The number that you need to use for making room reservations for the 2012 NCOM Convention is (800-266-9432) and ask for the Group Rate for the National Coalition of Motorcyclists Conference at the J W Marriott (Indianapolis) on May 10-13, 2012. For more information regarding the NCOM convention call (800) 531-2424.
ABOUT THE NATIONAL COALITION OF MOTORCYCLISTS (NCOM) - On January 27, 1986, an idea whose time was long overdue became reality. It was almost 27 years ago that leaders of various motorcycle groups from across America met in Las Vegas to discuss a "coming together" and the overwhelming need for a national voice to protect our life-style and right to ride. The National Coalition of Motorcyclists (NCOM) was born.
NCOM is not another association, but rather a bringing together of existing motorcycle groups for the purpose of mutual exchange of information, legislative strategy and the combined strength to fight all that is adverse to the freedom of the road.
NCOM has grown to over 2,000 member organizations representing hundreds of thousands of motorcyclists nationwide.
The goal and purpose of NCOM is to assist all motorcycle organizations and individual riders with legal, legislative and other motorcycling issues. The Coalition will not dictate to any organization, but will be available to assist NCOM member groups through such FREE services as legislative assistance, nationwide information network, public awareness programs, safety projects, loan program, biker anti-discrimination legal and legislative assistance, etc.
NCOM is managed by bikers for bikers. Through its Board of Advisors comprised of motorcyclists' rights leaders representing 11 regions in North America, and a Legislative Task Force that includes four elected state legislators and one United States Senator plus many other experienced legislative advocates from across the country, we have the talent and expertise to serve the motorcycling community whenever called upon to do so.
Each NCOM member group can have one representative on the National Council, a nationwide communications network to facilitate the flow of information from and to NCOM.
Unlike other associations, NCOM is not supported by membership dues and does not solicit funds from member groups or individuals. All operating costs are paid through the Aid to Injured Motorcyclists (A.I.M.) nationwide network of attorneys who are the sole financial support for NCOM. A.I.M. attorneys contribute a significant portion of their legal fees from motorcycle accidents back into motorcycling by providing all the funding for NCOM...a way of recycling money from motorcycling back into motorcycling!
All motorcycle groups are invited to join the National Coalition of Motorcyclists regardless of what they ride, the patch they wear or the motorcyclists' rights organization they belong to.
If your club or organization is interested in joining NCOM call (800) 525-5355 for further information or join by email.