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Welcome To the Arkansas District Home on the Web


We are the Arkansas District of the Gold Wing Road Riders Association. GWRRA is the world's largest single-marquee social organization for owners and riders of Honda Gold Wing motorcycles, and, some would say, the world's largest family.

Dedicated to our motto - Friends for Fun, Safety and Knowledge GWRRA members enjoy the freedom of belonging to a non-profit, non-religious and non-political organization.

GWRRA also welcomes riders of all types of motorcycles, not just Gold Wings. Got a Valkyrie, BMW, Kawasaki, Suzuki, any other Honda or other marquee? Then you'll be made to feel welcome at any of our activities.

This Web Site is provided as a means of introducing others to GWRRA, keeping our members up to date on events, and providing touring information so that everyone can enjoy the fantastic scenic, historic and cultural opportunities that the State of Arkansas has to offer. Enjoy our Web Site, check everything out, & come back often, because we update information regularly.


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   It was posted 155 days ago.

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Hiroshima Bombing 75th Anniversary - August 6, 2020



After Japanese leaders flatly rejected the Potsdam Declaration, President Truman authorized use of the atomic bomb anytime after August 3, 1945.  On the clear morning of August 6, the first atomic bomb, nicknamed Little Boy, was dropped on the city of Hiroshima.  Leveling over 60 percent of the city, 70,000 residents died instantaneously in a searing flash of heat.  Three days later, on August 9, a second bomb, Fat Man, was dropped on Nagasaki.  Over 20,000 people died instantly.  In the successive weeks, thousands more Japanese died from the after effects of the radiation exposure of the blast.



The plane carrying the bomb, Enola Gay, flew high over the city and released its payload, a nuclear fission bomb named Little Boy.  After hitting the ground, the bomb sustained a nuclear fission reaction, releasing huge amounts of energy into the immediate area, instantly vaporizing houses, humans, and all that stood in its path.



The pilots of the Enola Gay described seeing blinding light fill their aircraft and the entirety of the ground below being obscured by the billowing mushroom-shaped column of smoke.  Reportedly, the co-pilot could taste the fission as lead in the air.



The area of the destruction caused by the bomb was about 4 square miles.  In this area an estimated 48,000 buildings were completely destroyed.  More damage occurred from the fires generated by the explosion over the next several days.  The ethicality of such a devastating attack on Japanese civilians by the United States military has been debated over and over.  However, what is clear is that thousands of U.S. Solders did not have to die fighting house to house throughout Japan in order to win final victory in World War 2 and removing the militaristic government in power.


   "We have proclaimed to the world our determination to die freemen, rather than to live slaves."
~ Samuel Adams

   

Always signal your intentions.  Change lanes or make a turn using your turn signals.  You want to be sure that the people around you know what you are about to do.




 

September 26, 2020 - Riding the Ridge with Chapter D - Flyer

October 10, 2020 - Arkansas District October Senic Ride - Information - Schedule

October 17, 2020 - District Memorial Picnic at Burns Park, NLR, Pavilion 10, 11:00 to 3:00

December 5, 2020 - District Christmas Party  District Christmas Party December - Golden Corral NLR 11:00

June 29 - July 3, 2021 - WingDing 42 - Springfield, MO - Info

Free Trial Membership. (Really, it's FREE)

AR District Recruiting Brochure (Tri-Fold) - Last Updated: November 23, 2018  Brochure

GWRRA Membership Application  Application

New to GWRRA?  The New Member Orientation Guide will help you find your way around.  Lots of great information for all members.  Booklet

Arkansas District is offering web hosting services.  Click HERE for details.

WE WANT YOU To Join Us (Recruiting Poster)  Brochure

Show off your pride & joy!  Of course not your wife but your bike or trike!

Arkansas Travelers Award Information


Gold Wing Road Riders Association Leadership
Name Position E-Mail Phone
Anita and JR Alkire  President and Wingman    aalkire@gwrra.org (623) 445-2680
Bruce & Bob Beeman  Presidental Assistants    bbbeeman@charter.net (507) 433-4286
Jere & Sherry Goodman  Presidental Assistants    jeregood@aol.com (540) 623-0447
Francois & Chantal Sequin  Presidental Assistants    chantal@lesseguins.com
francois@lesseguins.com
(613) 673-2341
Bob & Nam Shrader  Presidental Assistants    floridadd@msn.com (352) 668-3164
Tom & Renee Wasluck  Presidental Assistants    regionbdirectors.tom.renee@gmail.com  (570) 474-1014
Don & Sharon Weber  Presidental Assistants    ponderosads@roadrunner.com (208) 660-7836
Tim & Anna Grimes  Director of Rider Education    tgrimes@gwrra.org (301) 994-1394
Larry & Penny Anthony  Director of Mem. Enhncmnt mepgwrra@gmail.com (205) 492-9728
Clara and Fred Boldt  Director of GWRRA University  toledotriker@gmail.com (319) 240-4269
Randall and Janet Drake  Director of Finance    financedirector@gwrra.org (303) 933-6073
Mike and Barri Critzman  Director of Motorist Awareness    itsawingthing@hotmail.com   (760) 486-3405
Dan and Rachel Sanderovich  Executive Director Overseas    dan.sanderovich@gmail.com   (942) 542-300-311 
 



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