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.
the above sign was placed in Tulsa on South Memorial between 34th & 35th streets on the west side of the road. Rick Cassady has been working to get this to happen, and with the help of David Patrick, the city of Tulsa came through on it. Let's all urge our local cities/towns/villages to do the same in our areas! Thanks for sharing Rick and Mary!
Visitors can browse our site with limited access. If you are already a member, please sign-in using you login/password to get full access. If you don't recall your login/password, you just need to contact your chapter membership coordinator, who can have the system send you another email with your login/password.
State Board Meeting
With the Christmas holidays just around the corner, we are having our ABATE of OK Christmas party instead of the usual State Board Meeting for December. Please see the flyer on our Events Flyer page for more details. We hope to see plenty of you there. The location is:
Forman's H-D Roadhouse
3512 S. Boomer Rd.
If you so desire to change your link to this page, you can use either of the following links to get here as well, or keep the same link you just used. The option is up to you!
Both of these belong to ABATE of Oklahoma and are now searchable through most/all search engines so that others may find us quicker.
Safety Tip of the Month
(from Garry "2R" Canaday - August 2015)
We as bikers need to share the road with other vehicles if we want them to share the road with us! We must watch out for ourselves!
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!