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Crooked Creek
ABATE of Illinois

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The Crooked Creek Chapter of ABATE received their charter on October 16, 2010.  We serve all of McDonough County and portions of eastern Hancock and northern Schuyler Counties.  We began the charter with 55 members and as of January 2013 we were 80 members strong.

We fully support all brands of motorcycles.  Both riders and non-riders are invited to join us in protecting the individual rights of motorcyclists.  Upcoming Events list the 2013 schedule.  Everyone is welcome to attend our meetings and events.  Check us out on facebook for the more details of any particular event.

We don’t care what you ride, just ride.

 

  • Safeguard the rights of all motorcyclists.
  • Endorse safety programs and education programs.
  • Promote unity through involvement.
  • Advocate political awareness and activism.
  • Promote motorcycling enjoyment.

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We fully support all brands of motorcycles.  Both riders and non-riders are invited to join us in protecting the individual rights of motorcyclists .  Thanks to A.B.A.T.E. of Illinois and the hard work of all of the chapters, Illinois is one of only three states remaining 100% helmet free.  Ride safely and ride free.

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Mission Statement

The mission of A.B.A.T.E. of Illinois is to preserve the universal right to a safe, unrestricted motorcycling environment, and to propose and advocate actions that can be taken by elected and appointed officials to protect and conserve the natural resources of the State of Illinois, and ensure through professional management that sustainable use, recreational opportunities and enjoyment of these new resources is available for this and future generations.

A.B.A.T.E. of Illinois is a neutral non-profit organization that allows all riders to unite in A Brotherhood Aimed Toward Education. 

A.B.A.T.E. works to safeguard our motorcycling rights, while allowing us to be individuals with different views.