Welcome to the ABATE of Oklahoma website!

ABATE of Oklahoma has another website as well! This site that you are currently viewing will continue to be maintained, but we ask that you check out our new site at http://abateok.clubexpress.com

The new site has sections that is open to all viewers, as well as sections that only registered members will have access to. Here is a link that you can use to become a new member of ABATE of OK and have the full benefits of the organization and the new site. Come check it out! Our current members should have already received their log-in credentials. If you are an existing member and haven’t received your log-in credentials, please send an email to the webmaster letting me know and I will have the system send you another message with your credentials.

SMILE Attendees, please take a couple of moments
to fill out this short survey:
How was Your 2015 ABATE of Oklahoma S.M.I.L.E. ?



Oklahoma Motorcycle Safety Guide

by clicking the above link, you will be downloading a copy of the guide and can save and read the document at your leisure, or just return to this source as often as you care to.

If you are not a member, we encourage you to visit our CHAPTERS page and find a location near you. ABATE of Oklahoma is made up of many different types of individuals. ABATE of Oklahoma is not a club; we are a Motorcyclists’ Rights Organization (MRO) dedicated to preserving individual freedom and promoting safety. You do not have to own a motorcycle, or even ride to be a member! You do not have to ride a specific brand of motorcycle to be a member! Check out our “ABOUT” page to learn more about ABATE of Oklahoma and check back often for updates.

The U.S. Center for Disease Control (CDC) has stated “Helmets are the only safety measure proven to save lives.”  Can any reasonable person actually think that learning to control your motorcycle and riding defensively and responsibly (like taking a Rider Ed class) does not save lives?


Safety! Safety! Safety!

Do you have a non-emergency road hazard or safety concern with streets or roads in your area? By using an app on your iPhone, Android or Windows phone, you can get it reported to the appropriate department to be cleared or repaired. Go to www.Seeclickfix.com and download the app, set it up, then notify the local agencies of hazardous streets and roadways.


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The mission 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.

Let’s continue working to make Oklahoma the BEST place to ride!!!!