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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...


Delaware Valley “For the Kids” Toy Run

Well, Delaware Valley pulled it off! That is, with the help of hundreds of volunteers, like yourselves, our 29th Annual “For The Kids” Toy Run was a huge success!! read more...


Motorcycle Crash Causation Study

Washington Update—It was recently announced, and reported by the Motorcycle Riders Foundation (MRF), that the federal government is proceeding with the motorcycle crash causation study. This is news for a number of reasons, as the study has been on virtual life support for the past few years. read more...


Motorcycle Riders Foundation Sustaining Membership

On behalf of the Motorcycle Riders Foundation (MRF), Thank You to the Chapter Presidents and District Rep’s for the opportunity to speak about the MRF’s Sustaining Membership Program at the Grand Board Meeting. read more...


L & L Sponsorship Opportunities

25th Annual Leadership and Legislative Seminar

We’ve come a long way since that very first one-day seminar back in the mid 80’s. Many refer to our annual seminar as the best in the country. It very well may be. But that comes at a cost.
Costs for everything continues to rise. If we want to keep the seminar to the same standards as in the past, we have little choice but to seek financial sponsorships from both the A.B.A.T.E. chapters and the businesses that support us around the state.
To help us continue to produce a premier seminar for motorcyclists we have developed the following very affordable sponsorship opportunities. read more...


ABATE of PA Seeks Award Nominees

Each year at the Leadership and Legislative Seminar, A.B.A.T.E. of Pennsylvania honors selected members and chapters for their special achievements and commitment through the year.
Below you will find a list of those categories that we are seeking nominees for. Do you know a deserving individual or chapter? read more...


Ride to Gettysburg Recap

September 26 marked the ninth annual Ride to Gettysburg sponsored by ABATE of PA in conjunction with State Representative Harry Readshaw. The ride raises funds to repair and restore all of the monuments in Gettysburg that were erected to honor the soldiers of Pennsylvania. read more...


Let's Roll - ABATE of PA Commemorates the Passengers and Crew of Flight 93

On Sunday, September 13, approximately 300 bikers rode to Shankesville, PA, not only to remember the events of September 11, 2001, but to show support to the families of those who lost their lives. read more...

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