One of the greatest things that happened in this whole lead law debacle was that we put on an AMA family Capital Hill climb, and for the first time ever there were young kids in riding gear walking around the capital. Congressional staffers are used to seeing lobbyists in skirts and suits-they're not used to seeing kids-and it was just really remarkable. When Congressman Deny Rehberg from Montana came in to our event, he asked all the kids to stand up on the rostrum. Imagine if he'd asked a bunch of lobbyists in suits to stand up; that just wouldn't happen! It was just so effective and that's what helped us turn the tide. There were a lot of groups seeking changes in the lead law, but it was the motorcycle community that had the grassroots support, we're the ones who generated all the mail. That had a tremendous impact. Motorcyclist's rights are threatened, but they can do something to solve the problem."