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/password, or didn't seem to receive one via an email, 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
Our next State Board Meeting is scheduled for 12 noon Saturday, August 13, 2016 at Forman's Harley-Davidson Roadhouse in Stillwater.
If you are on a committee, remember the committees meet at 10:30am that morning.
Don't forget that ABATE of OK is preparing and serving breakfast for the first annual "HONOR RIDE" 2016 that begins that day starting at Forman's Harley for a ride to Ft Sill National Cemetery (Elgin, OK). Breakfast will be served from 0800-0845. The "HONOR RIDE" is to raise money for wreaths etc....as they bring awareness to WAA (Wreaths Across America).
Host Organization Registration form
2016 Motorcycle Riders Foundation
Meeting of the Minds (MotM)
Hosted by A.B.A.T.E. of Oklahoma, Inc
Sept 22-25, 2016
If you are an ABATE of OK member and plan to attend the MotM, you will need to fill out one form for each person registering.
To download a printable copy of this form (word doc), be sure to log in to the website, then click on the tab "All ABATE Documents Here" on the left side of the page, then click on "Meeting of the Minds 2016" at the bottom of the list,
you will then be taken to the word document that you can print out and submit for your registration.
If you have forgotten your username and/or password, please contact your chapter's membership coordinator so that they can have an email sent to you with your username and a new password. Coordinator contacts can be found by looking in "Our Chapters" and locating your chapter.
Time to start planning the 2nd Annual MRF Member Appreciation Cookout! Anyone interested in helping plan contact Shannon Canaday. It's free for all MRF members. If you're not a member, the cost is $30 per person or $50 a couple but you get a free meal and MRF membership! Last year the cookout was awesome with great food and fellowship. We even got some new members! Children are invited too!
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!
Safety Tip of the Month
(from Jerry Hayes - January 2016)
Always ensure your tire pressure is at the proper levels, your tread is good and watch for road grime (salt, sand and etc)
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!