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NHADAMay 5, 2022< 1 min read

Governor Sununu Declares May 'Motorcycle Awareness Month'

As we welcome the warmer weather, state officials are reminding Granite Staters to share the road!

On Wednesday, Gov. Sununu signed a proclamation declaring May "Motorcycle Awareness Month."


Yesterday, we were joined by other members of The NH Motorcycle Safety Task Force at the State House where Governor Chris Sununu signed a proclamation declaring May as Motorcycle Awareness Month in the state of NH. This was an important day in promoting motorcycle rider awareness, safety, and training and encouraging motorists and motorcyclists to #ShareTheRoad.


Several state agencies joined him in Concord to discuss a new motorcycle task force in order to help drivers of all vehicles safely share the road.

"The task force we have in New Hampshire when it comes to motorcycle awareness and safety has been absolutely phenomenal,” Sununu said. "It really is a collaboration of state, local partners, nonprofits, national organizations, everyone really coming together to talk about all the different issues."

The task force was started by the state's motorcycle rights organization and the New Hampshire Office of Highway Safety and NHADA is a long-time founding member.