Doctor Herbert J “Hub” Brennan has been elected to the Board of Directors of the American Motorcyclist Association. Brennan was named to the board during its February 7 meeting in Pickerington, Ohio.
An established local physician, Brennan is an avid motorcycling enthusiast and advocate. He has been riding and competing in local, national and international motorcycling events since his teens. Doctor Brennan is a member of the International Medical Commission of the Federation Internationale de Motocyclsme based in Geneva Switzerland. He is a director of the Arizona based North American Trials Council, a member of the AMA Medical and Trials Commissions and the Rhode Island Trials Club. The doctor will represent the northeast region of the United States.
“This is such a high honor,” said Brennan of East Greenwich, “motorcycling has had such a positive presence in my life, it’s a privilege to be able to serve my fellow motorcyclists on a national level. Motorcycle riders really are terrific people.”
“Hub has always been there for motorcycling at every turn,” noted Carl “Coach” Swanson of Coventry, President of the Rhode Island Trials Club. “The tide always rises when Dr. Brennan gets involved. We will be well represented with Hub at the AMA.”
The American Motorcyclist Association is an Ohio-based nonprofit organization providing advocacy relating to rider safety, rights and the motorcycle lifestyle for its 200,000 members and over 1000 chartered clubs. The organization was founded in 1924.