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Meetings are the 2nd Thursday of each month


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TR’s PLACE  4901 Concordia Road Belleville, IL @ 7PM


St. Clair County ABATE is a chapter of A.B.A.T.E. of Illinois (A Brotherhood Aimed Toward Education) which is a neutral, non-profit organization that allows all riders, both on and off-road, to unite in a common cause.  The St. Clair County Chapter covers not only St. Clair, but also portions of
Clinton, Madison, & Monroe Counties as well as anyone else who (and who wouldn't) want to join our illustrious ranks

     ABATE is a diverse organization of men and women around North America that have a love for experiencing the highways on 2 or 3 or 4 wheels.

        The brand of bike you ride doesn't matter.     We are not a manufacturer-specific organization. All are welcome: bikes, trikes, on-road or off, riders, passengers, or non-riders.

        You don't even have to ride a motorcycle to belong to A.B.A.T.E.     Many of our members just enjoy being around motorcyclists. (We're just that wonderful!) And they feel that the social and legislative issues we're working on are important in their community.
 
        The motorcycle is both a recreational device and a practical and efficient mode of transportation. Our mission includes sharing our experience as motorcycle riders with our elected officials to assist them in creating the regulation that may be necessary to provide optimum safety and efficiency, for people who ride motorcycles, for those who get around by other means and the for general public.

        Not only do we educate and inform our elected officials about issues important to motorcyclists, we are also eager to share our knowledge with others including law enforcement officials and the general public with whom we share the highway.
 

 

Last Updated: Dec '14