of New York
Promoting Motorcycle Safety, Awareness, & Education since 1974.
New York's State Motorcycle Rights Organization (SMRO)
American Bikers Aimed Toward Education is a not for profit corporation formed to promote and protect the interests of New York state motorcyclists. ABATE monitors and interacts with the legislative process, enhancing the image of motorcycling, and provides educational and social opportunities for members and non-members. ABATE will continue to strive to stay acquainted with the issues and the people of the motorcycling community.
ABATE of New York Business Seminar
Saturday, January 26, 2018
Quality Inn & Suites, 8250 Park Rd., Batavia 14020
The Inn is 3/10th of a mile from the Batavia Thruway Exit 48
To reserve your room for Friday, January 25 at a special rate call 585-344-2100 $79.00+ for King and Double bedrooms and $99.00+ for a Suite
Riding History: 3 Women Who Changed the Face of Motorcycling
Is a story about three legendary female bikers: Melissa Holbrook Pierson, Lois Pryce, and Bessie Stringfield.
The story is published by ConsumersAdvocate.org.
These are are three of the most important people that most of us have never heard of, but should know.
It's a story about people, culture, women's empowerment, civil rights, living life on your own terms, detaching from technology and reestablishing the bond with yourself, nature and people from all walks of life. No matter what background people come from, or college they've attended, every person on earth can identify (whether they did it or not) with living life on their own terms.
Tired of Being Harassed?
If you or anyone you know (does not have to be an ABATE member) has been stopped at a motorcycle-only roadblock or harassed in any way by law enforcement for being on a motorcycle, please contact Prospector ASAP at 518-239-4560 to make a formal complaint to the Attorney General's office.
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