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The Association of Recovering Motorcyclists (A.R.M.) is an independent motorcycle association that has existed since the mid 1980s and currently has chapters in the United States, Canada, Australia, Sweden and Denmark.

Members must meet certain standards of abstinence from drugs and alcohol in order to gain and retain membership status, and must own and maintain a motorcycle of 500 cc or greater. Member's are encouraged to be part of a 12-step program.

A.R.M. and its sister organization, Recovering Women Riders (R.W.R.), do not publish head counts, however, they state "there is always room for one more."


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