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Bill would cap ethanol in nation's fuel supply

Tell your representative to support H.R. 2540 today

H.R. 2540, the bipartisan Food and Fuel Consumer Protection Act of 2019, introduced by U.S. Reps. Bill Flores (R-TX) and Peter Welch (D-VT), would cap the volume of ethanol blended into the nation's fuel supply at 9.7 percent of the total volume of gasoline. The American Motorcyclist Association supports this bill and other efforts to reform the Renewable Fuel Standard.

This bill would stop the federal government from forcing E15 fuel (15 percent ethanol by volume) into the market. Capping the ethanol mandate helps ensure the availability of safe fuels, such as E10, and a continuing place in the market for ethanol-free gasoline (E0) for older motorcycles.

The AMA, along with other partners on Capitol Hill dedicated to protecting consumers adversely affected by E15, is working to generate more support for this bill and others at a time when E15 is set to become more available throughout the country, thanks to rule changes by the Environmental Protection Agency that allow its sale year round.

None of the estimated 22 million motorcycles and all-terrain vehicles in use in the United States is certified by the EPA to operate on fuel containing more than 10 percent ethanol. Inadvertent use of E15 in vehicles not designed for its use can damage fuel system and engine components and void manufacturer's warranties.

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From the Chairman of the Board page
Mike Stock
 (11-22-19)     This article is the only article I will be writing from now on. My position of Chairman of The Board oversees the Board of Directors and fills in for any open offices. I will write about issues involving those offices in this article. This will make life so much easier.
    This is the end of the 2019 riding season and I hope everyone had a great year. The start of the year was a little wet and some of our events had to be cancelled. As we all know, the weather is what makes or breaks these events. Every event has made a little money and that is what keeps this grass roots organization moving on and representing every motorcyclist in Ohio..................................( Read more....)
From the Exective Director Page
Ed Shetter
 ' (8-26-19)     Nationwide only 3 percent of Americans belong to a freedom fighting organization (explains the 3% and III% logos people wear). I recently ran into someone wearing a III% logo and asked him if new itís history. He gave me a story about a group who are tired of the government and rambled on for about 15 minutes and never did say where it came from. I let him know. This reminded me of how important a job we do here in ABATE. Only 1 out of 33 1/3 people (itís tough if youíre the 1/3 person) are willing to stand up and defend the rights and freedoms of all motorcyclists. .............( Read more....)

From the Legislative Page
Kolman Fuzy
  (11-22-19)     Both Congress and State Legislatures are back in session, and that means an increase in activity in dealing with all the issues we are facing. On the Federal side, H.R. 255, the profiling legislation has now over 90 co-sponsors, due to the hard work by Tiffany and Rocky of the MRF and all the SMROs involved in trying to get this resolution passed in the House. Keep pressuring your Congressmen to sign on as co-sponsors and to support this resolution. Also, E-15 continues to be out there. H.R. 2540, the Food and Fuel Consumer Protection Act of 2019 has been introduced by Reps. Bill Flores (R-TX) and Peter Welch (D-VT). This would cap the volume of ethanol blended into the nation's fuel supply at 9.7% of the total volume of gasoline. The AMA and other SMROs support this legislation as a way to limit the amount of E-15 forced into the marketplace and to insure the availability of E-10 and E-0 for motorcyclists and other small engine users. Please contact your Representatives to support this resolution as well.............. ( Read more )
From the Safety & Ed Page
Mike Stock
  (10-26-19)     With more than half the year gone, the older you get the faster time goes by, we seem to be riding better than we did last year. Last year at this time we had 81 fatalities and to date this year we have 66. Also there were 7 passenger fatalities, 10 out of state licenses and 5 three wheel motorcycle fatalities. What I desperately wish we could change but I have not found a way, 36 of our fatalities were our own fault. We are better riders than that, are we not?........ ( Read more )

Tired of sitting on your bike at Red Lights
that won't turn GREEN ????
    To enlist the help of Ohio’s motorcyclists, ODOT set up a special phone number & E-mail for motorcyclists for reporting problem intersections.
    When reports come in, ODOT will notifiy signal owners ( often a city or county ) about the situation and offer recommendations for improvement.
 
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