You have entered the site of the Michigan Squadron of the National Motorcycle Sport touring Association (MSTA). Our Members come from all over Michigan (and beyond), and we ride many makes of street bikes. We travel to great riding destinations close by and far away. We learn to be better riders, share camaraderie, and a common passion to ride.
MSTA MICHIGAN - This ain't your mamma's pokey bar hoppin' motorcycle club. It also isn't a squidly club. We ride and we ride well. You are expected to ride within your limits. You are expected to wear appropriate safety gear, ride a safely maintained machine,and follow reasonable group riding etiquette. We welcome riders of all skill levels, ages, genders, and marques. You will likely find like-minded members who ride at your level of skill. The MSTA and Michigan MSTA assume no responsibility for your safety, state of mind, average lean angle, or degree of rockin' fun that you'll experience with us.
See Breakfast link for time and location of monthly club meetings.
See Calendar link for scheduled 2013 events. Additional dates and events will be added when scheduled.
Next Major MSTA Event
April 9 - 13, 2014
MoArk Adventure 7
Missouri / Arkansas
This event is a “curve-chaser’s” delight. Three days of riding (1000 tire shredding miles) in the Ozarks, to start your riding season out.
This ride begins in Farmington, MO. We’ll meet there for dinner on Wednesday April 9. We’ll be staying the night at Super 8 Motel, 930 Valley Creek Dr, Intersection of Hwy 67 and 32, Farmington, MO, US, 63640. There will be a mandatory rider’s meeting there around 9:00 PM following a dinner at The Branding Iron Bar-B-Q (next door to the hotel). On Thursday, we’ll be taking a twisty route from Farmington, MO to Mountain Home, AR. We’ll be staying Thursday and Friday nights at The Comfort Inn, 1031 Highland Circle, Mountain Home, AR, US, 72653. On Friday we’ll be riding on some of the best roads in Arkansas that are south and west of Mountain Home. We’ll return to Farmington,MO fromMountain Home on Saturday and gather for dinner afterwards at The Branding Iron BBQ. You must be a member of MSTA to participate in this ride.
Ride Organizer: Gregg Mitchell firstname.lastname@example.org
2013 - SMOTY of the Year
Congratulations Chip Ashton as 2013 SMOTY of the Year.
Other 2013 Michigan MSTA Award winners:
Perfect Meeting Attendance
Most Rides Attended (Tie - 7)
“Rookie of the Year”
Highest Mileage Male Rider:
Gary Gulick: 38,699 miles
Highest Mileage Female Rider:
Jan Pennington: 21,716 miles
Closest to the Average Male Rider:
Gerry Wills: 11,209 miles
Closest to the Average Female Rider:
Ann Redner: 8,387 miles
Remember that many events and dates are being scheduled for 2014. Check the calendar link for a complete listing.
Current newsletters can be accessed by clicking on Newsletters in the left title block.
As all of us now know, the HSTA has changed it's name to the MSTA (Motorcycle Sport Touring Association). The new address is http://msta.us
Notice to MSTA Members
This web site is undergoing construction and will be revised in significant ways. Current MSTA information within this web page will be updated and structural revisions to the site will be added. The intent is that the site will be more comprehensive regarding the activities of the Michigan MSTA.