welcome to the official web site of abate
of north idaho, inc.
abate of north idaho is a non-profit state motorcycle rights organization
(smro). abate stands for american bikers aiming toward education
and our focus is
on education, awareness and legislative issues
relating to motorcyclists rights.
we encourage our members to become familiar with and involved in the legislative
process at both the local and state level and at the national level.
abate of north idaho supports
and is a member group of the national coalition of motorcyclists (ncom)
and the american motorcyclists association (ama) and is a sustaining
member organization of the motorcycle riders foundation (mrf).
we have 6 chapters
located in the panhandle of north idaho. membership in abate of north
idaho provides a membership card and patch, voting rights, member discounts, and the
abate of north idaho eagle newsletter
and some really good times with good people while we work to increase
motorcycle safety and awareness as well as preserve and protect our rights as motorcyclists.
information on this web
site is posted because dedicated members take the time to prepare and
submit this information for the benefit of their fellow abate members and web
site visitors. we wish to thank these members for their efforts... it is much
appreciated. if information you are looking for is not present or is outdated it
is likely because no one has chosen to submit it for posting. ~webmasters
"the purpose of this corporation is to form an
educational, charitable, and political group, to promote motorcycle
safety, education, freedom of choice legislation and to provide a more favorable
environment for motorcycle riders and the communities in which they reside".
abate of north idaho, inc
articles of incorporation, article 12
ncom national convention 2009
ride into political action seminar
ama news &
notes january 2009
ama action alert
- h.r. 1076
ama government relations notice
cda press article about new motorcycle stoplight law
river riders main street awareness banner
click on the logo above to learn more about ama's
justice for all campaign.
�courtesy of the american motorcyclist association�
become an ama legislative supporter!
community council program
information about the new epa rules:
the truth about
customizing your motorcycle
ama meets with
epa technical officals to clarify motorcycle emissions regulations
for information on the epa rules go to: http://www.aimag.com/epa/index.htm