A.B.A.T.E is the "Alliance of Bikers Aimed Toward Education". It is an organization of motorcyclists dedicated to the protection of the individual rights of motorcyclists through political change, public education, and charitable works. ABATE is active in the elimination of unfair legislation as it concerns motorcyclists; promoting motorcycle safety through both motorist and rider education; and improving the image of motorcyclists to the general public.
ABATE's goal and purpose is to keep motorcyclists, members, and the public informed, to promote safe riding habits, and to encourage favorable legislation for motorcyclists. This is accomplished through a monthly newsletter, e-mail alerts, safety & education programs, working with the state and federal legislators, and voter registration promotion.
Since 1983, A.B.A.T.E. has represented the interests of motorcyclists riding Pennsylvania's roads. Through a variety of programs, A.B.A.T.E. is working to protect and preserve the rights of over 800,000 licensed motorcyclists.
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Enjoy the right to choose to ride helmet free? Like to customize your bike, whether it be ape hangers, aux. lighting, etc. This is just a sample of what your membership helps to achieve.
For more than 35 years, A.B.A.T.E. of PA - Erie County Chapter has devoted its energy to advocating for the rights of motorcyclists, promoting safety and awareness, and helping various charities in your community. Find out how you can contribute to the future of your motorcycling passion.
WHAT WE DO. . .
Represent Motorcyclists Throughout PA
Protect Against Road & Land Closures
Introduce Motorcycle Related Legislation
Conduct Fund Raisers To Benefit Our Community
Promote Motorcycle Safety Training Classes
Educate The Public About Motorcycle Awareness
Defend Against Harassment & Discrimination
Preserve Motorcycling As Transportation & Recreation
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Let Those Who Ride Decide
Work with members in your community and make a difference
6/07/2018 Monthly Membership Meeting @ The Star Club 7pm
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