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BikePAC News Update

One of the goals of the annual Leadership and Legislative Seminar is to raise money for BikePAC for the coming year. This year will be extremely important to ABATE because it is a General Election year which will see the entire House of Representatives up for election along with 25 Senate seats. In addition, we will be electing a new Governor and Lt. Governor. read more...


Motorcycle Riders Foundation Update

Thanks to all the people and chapter representatives that stopped by the MRF table at the ABATE of PA Leadership & Legislative Seminar. read more...


L & L Panel Discussion Follow Up from PennDOT

The following questions were posed to Gary Modi (Representing Secretary Al Biehler) at the January 22nd, 2010 Alliance of Bikers Aimed Toward Education (ABATE) meeting. Responses to these questions have been provided. read more...


MRF News - Washington Update

WINTER WHEREABOUTS - This winter was my third trip to the ABATE of PA Legislative and Leadership seminar. Remarkably, this year was the 25th anniversary of the premier motorcycle conference in the keystone state. read more...


A.B.A.T.E. of PA Hosts the 25th Annual Leadership and Legislative Seminar

Grantville, PA -The Alliance of Bikers Aimed Toward Education (ABATE) hosted its annual Leadership and Legislative Seminar on January 22, 23, 2010 in Grantville, PA. The sold out event attracted 400 motorcyclists from Pennsylvania and the surrounding states, all with a common interest - Motorcyclists Rights. read more...


House Bill 2209 Introduced

Today, House Bill 2209 was introduced by Representative Seth Grove along with several co-sponsors that included fellow motorcyclists Dan Moul, Adam Harris and Curt Sonney. This bill has the support of ABATE of PA and we worked with Representative Grove on this issue. read more...


U.S. Department of Defense Engages Motorcycle Safety Foundation to Conduct Focus Groups

Key objective is to identify ways of reducing two-wheel
"Private Motor Vehicle" mishaps among military motorcyclists

IRVINE, Calif., Jan. 14, 2010 - As the popularity of motorcycling and motorcycle registrations continues to rise among military service personnel, so does the number of fatal motorcycle crashes. That is why the Department of Defense (DoD) continues to seek out aggressive countermeasures in the campaign against two-wheel Private Motor Vehicle (PMV) mishaps among military personnel, and military sport bike riders in particular. read more...


American Motorcyclist Association urges caution in the adoption of high-tech devices in motor vehicles

Open letter to U.S. transportation secretary stresses rider safety

PICKERINGTON, Ohio -- In a letter to U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood dated Jan. 8, American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) Vice President for Government Relations Ed Moreland urged caution regarding the adoption of "infotainment systems" being developed for motor vehicles. read more...


Plan for the Future

It might be the holiday season and the end of another year but that’s the perfect time to think about the future and plan for it. read more...


Seeking Your Support

Many of you know me from the legal advice columns I write and the appearances I’ve made through the years at motorcycle events & functions across the country, at local meetings around Ohio and the surrounding states, and at local, state & national legislative seminars, and you know that I not only represent bikers who are accident victims or prosecuted under the law, but I also believe in fighting for bikers rights in both the courthouse and the statehouse. read more...

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