The American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) is gearing up for a year-long, historic celebration as it proudly commemorates its 100th anniversary in 2024. For a century the AMA has been at the forefront of promoting and protecting the interests of motorcyclists, creating a vibrant community of enthusiasts dedicated to the joy of riding. Since its inception
Do you enjoy working on your motorcycle? Do you want to guarantee access to the parts, tools and service information needed to modify, service and maintain your bike? If you answered yes to these questions, it’s time to contact your member of the House of Representatives and ask them to cosponsor H.R. 906, the “Right
ABATE of Ohio is proud to be part of RIDE ‘N’ ROLL Summer Long DICE RUN 2023 The dice can be rolled and your passport stamped at any event that the products trailer is present. There are also select events that ABATE Representatives will have the dice. LOOK FOR US! You can also get the
To further our cause of Safety & Education, we are pleased to announce that ABATE of Ohio Foundation will reimburse $25 of any Motorcycle Ohio Riding Skills course fee to a member in good standing. The ABATE member must submit a completion certificate dated after May 1st, 2023.
According to Tom Bradley, Co-Chairman and Treasurer of the Motorcycle Memorial Foundation in Hopedale, Ohio, some changes have had to be made. Due to the many trifolds spread across the state and beyond, ABATE of Ohio Inc. has offered to help spread the word of these changes. First; the deadline for submitting applications for bricks
Friday, the Biden Administration issued an emergency waiver allowing for the sale of E15 from June 1st to September 15th. Restrictions on fuel volatility have limited the sale of E15 to the months outside of summer. This move by the Biden Administration is an attempt to appease lawmakers from corn producing states, who for years
Across the country a battle is underway between those that want to end the availability of combustion engines, and those fighting to protect their survival. While states like California and Massachusetts are setting timelines for purchase bans on internal combustion engines, other states like New Hampshire and Wisconsin are pushing back. The Biden Administration recently