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ABATE of Lawton, District 3

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What is A.B.A.T.E. ?

ABATE is a motorcyclists' rights organization dedicated to preserving individual freedom and promoting safety.
We fully support rider training, safety and educational programs. 
ABATE defrays the cost of fighting for your rights thru runs and benefits. 
We encourage our members to become active in their local communities. 
ABATE works to protect the rights of all motorcyclists through direct involvement in the political process.

ABATE is non-partisan and welcomes all riders. We give those with a strong interest in motorcycling an opportunity to unite and become part of Americas strongest motorcycle organizations. ABATE feels that all of us, from lifestyle rider to off-road-fan, are brothers and sisters with a common interest
riding free!

Our members have joined forces to put an end to discriminatory legislation, to educate and to protect the freedom of all; both riders and non-riders alike. We do this not only to benefit us, but to promote a better image of motorcyclists in general!
ABATE stands for many things, but most of all, it stands for
FREEDOM!

There are no special requirements for joining aside from an interest in promoting motorcyclists' rights and safety.
As a member, You are showing support and help in the ongoing struggle against anti-motorcycle legislation.

A.B.A.T.E of Oklahoma Charter Goals

1. To initiate, endorse, and sponsor educational programs, rider safety, public awareness, affirmative legislative action, and individual freedoms and rights.

2. To create and promote a positive public image of motorcyclist and motorcycle groups, to dispel and disprove media hype, unfounded propaganda and the "Hollywood Image"

3. To encourage goodwill and mutual understanding among motorcyclists, law enforcement personnel and the general public.

4. To benefit the less fortunate (among our group or outside) through organized activities-such as blood drives, toy runs, general donations, other fund raising activities, and coordinated events sponsored by other approved organizations whether or not related.

5. To serve as an information source pertaining to current laws, pending legislation, personal rights, political inclinations of elected officials and their constituents, ABATE lobbying and endorsements and voter awareness.

6. To act as a central responsive agency to devise and coordinate recreational, legislative, educational, and charitable activities