Welcome to the ABATE of Oklahoma website!
The mission statement of ABATE of Oklahoma is to promote and defend motorcyclists freedom, safety, and awareness through education and legislation to make Oklahoma the best place to ride.
All visitors can browse our site with limited access.
If you are already a member, please sign-in using your login/password to get full access. If you don't recall your login and/or password, or don't remember receiving one via an email, (be sure to check your spam folder), you just need to contact your chapter membership coordinator, who can then have the system send you another email with your login and a random generated password. The password is only provided to YOU via the email address you provided and is assigned to your profile. This keeps your password private to you and YOU ONLY! Once you receive the email with the random password, you can login using it, and then change it to something more personal if you prefer.
Be sure to check your spam folder for this email if you don't seem to have gotten it once you have asked to have it resent to you.
Taking effect on Jan 1, 2017, for a two-year term, the newly elected ABATE of Oklahoma State Coordinator and State Treasurer personnel will be as follow:
Mike "McNasty" Scholten
Mike Scholten is an Abate of Oklahoma member since 2008. He has been road captain, Sergeant-at-Arms for Chapter, and State, he was Vice President, as well as President of Chisholm Trail 412. He is a Motorcycle Riders Foundation member, and volunteers his time for the cause. He is head strong of his passion for Abate of Oklahoma, and Share the Road. He appreciates your votes for State Coordinator, and will give his best in the position. If you have any questions, or concerns you can call me at 580-541-9388 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bob "Mo" Mobley
Bob has been an active member of ABATE of Oklahoma member since Feb 2013. He has been the webmaster since June 2014. He is the current Vice-President of Heartland Chapter and is a Motorcycle Riders Foundation (MRF) member. Bob's passion and drive of helping make the roads safer for the motorcycling community is fueled by the lose of his step-son to a motorcycle accident. Bob was not a motorcyclist when he first learned about and joined ABATE of Oklahoma. He soon bought a bike and took the MSF course to get his "M" endorsement before joining his brothers and sisters on the road. He can be found on many occasions volunteering his time assisting with a membership booth throughout the state to promote our cause. If you have any questions or concerns, you can reach him at 405-761-8528 or by email at email@example.com
With the election of Mike Scholten as State Coordinator, we now have an opening for State Sergeant-at-Arms.
Nominations opened 10/08/2016 for this position and will remain open until Dec 1, 2016. During the ABATE of Oklahoma Christmas party (12/10),
the State Board members will cast their votes for the Sergeant-at-Arms and the elected member will assume the role starting Jan 2017 for a two year period.
Be sure to notify the State Secretary no later than Nov 30 if you have any nominations!
(Anita McMullen, ABATE of Oklahoma Secretary, 580-541-3149)
Susan "Lucy" Underwood (Southwest Chapter)
Mike "Speedo" Burch (NW 69 Chapter)
State Board Meeting
Our next State Board Meeting is scheduled for 12 noon Saturday, Dec 10, 2016 (very briefly) at Forman's Harley-Davidson Roadhouse in Stillwater. To be followed by the Christmas party.
If you are on a committee, remember the committees meet prior to the State Board meeting (the committee chair will provide start times as needed).
Safety Tip of the Month
Always ensure your tire pressure is at the proper levels and your tread is good. With winter approaching, bundling up can make riding bearable, but the road conditions (possible snow or ice, as well as fog) can make it even more dangerous than it is already, so be sure to watch out for road conditions. Give yourself more time to arrive at your destination.
Be on the look-out for motorcycles pulled off the road and may be flying a white bandana. This could represent a sign of distress.
The Motorcycle Riders Foundation (MRF), incorporated in 1987, is a membership-based national motorcyclists’ rights organization headquartered in Washington, D.C. The MRF monitors and when necessary, sways federal legislation and regulatory action that pertains to street riders. The MRF concerns itself with what is going on in the arena of motorcycling safety education, training, licensing, and public awareness. The MRF provides members and state motorcyclists’ rights organizations with direction and information to protect motorcyclists’ rights and motorcycling. The MRF sponsors annual regional and national educational seminars for motorcyclists’ rights activists and publishes a bi-monthly newsletter, The MRF Reports.
“To Promote awareness and education in the motorcycle community to improve rider safety.
To educate non-riders globally in the interest of all riders’ safety.”
Let's attempt to get more members of ABATE of OK to join the MRF and get our voices heard, not just here at home, but in Washington D.C. as well!
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Let’s continue working to make Oklahoma the BEST place to ride!!!!