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UPCOMING MEETINGs 5/12/13 Noon @ Lakeside, 131 N Lake St. Forest Lake 6/9/13 10:30 @ Lakeside - 7/14/13 10:30 @ Lakeside - 8/11/13 10:30 @ Lakeside

Start Seeing Motorcycles Washout May 12th 2013 9:00-11:45am at the Forest Lake rest area on south bound I35. Sstop by for a donut and coffee and help us make motorists aware that May is Motorcycle awareness month, Start looking twice.

May 18, 2013 - RIDE OF YOUR LIFE
The ride starts at Trappers Bar & Grill, 6810 Lake Drive in Lino Lakes. Registration begins at 8:00 am and kickstands up at 10:00 am rain or shine. The ride fee of $20.00 includes a steak dinner. The ride arrives about 5pm in Pine City @ Wings North Hunt Club with food, music, camping, bike games, a burnout pit, and more. For more information call Dave at (612) 205-6075, Shella at (763) 370-8203, click here to send e-mail

 

The River Riders Chapter of ABATE of Minnesota was formed January, 2002.  Similar to other ABATE chapters across the state and across the nation, the River Riders Chapter was formed as a not for profit, grass roots organization committed to educating motorcyclists and the general public about motorcycling. 

Our members come from many towns, including but not limited to  Almelund, Andover, Blaine, Cedar, Circle Pines, Chisago City, Coon Rapids, East Bethel, Forest Lake, Hugo, Linwood, Lindstrom, Scandia, Stacy, Wyoming and more.

 

 

A.B.A.T.E. seeks to promote the positive aspects of motorcycling and strives to protect the rights of motorcyclists by being involved in the local, state and national political process.  Safer motorcycling and reducing accidents and fatalities can be best accomplished by education and training of both the motorcyclists and the general public, not necessarily through additional legislation.

Our ability to enjoy many freedoms while riding motorcycles in Minnesota is the direct result of the work done by motorcyclists in our state.  These people have joined together to fight for our rights and freedoms.  The efforts of these people have made Minnesota a leader in motorcycle safety. We have one of the toughest licensing standards in the nation, the best public awareness programs and the most comprehensive rider education programs in the nation.  These efforts have helped reduce motorcycle accidents, injuries and fatalities, in spite of the growing number of licensed motorcyclists in Minnesota.

 

 
 


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