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A.B.A.T.E. of Buffalo/Erie
American Bikers Aimed Towards Education

To The Person Who Consents...  No Injustice Is Done"

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ABATE of Buffalo-Erie 
PO Box 377 
Orchard Park, NY. 14127

For info contact:

Vice Prez: Paul Wollenberg (716) 834-2297
Membership: Karen Freeland at
716-652-6739 or 716-316-9719



"Events 2006"

Saturday February 4th - Newsletter Fundraiser Party
2pm-9pm  Lamm Post, 962 Wehrle Drive (between Union and Cayuga)
Williamsville, NY 14221
Live Music by Strange Addiction, $15 includes beer & food.  50/50, door prizes, Chinese Auction

Saturday May 6th - Safety & Awareness Run
Starts at Woodlawn Beach (Rte. 5 at 179 circle). Across from the Ford Plant. Assemble at 10:30, speaker at noon, run to follow and ends at The Furnace 3700 Southwestern Blvd. Orchard Park, NY. For info call (716) 627-6715 or (716) 834-2297.

May 13th-15th - Freedom Rally
Call for details

Sunday June 11th - Annual C.O.P.S. Charity Ride
"Concerns for Police Survivors" Benefit Charity Ride, 
Southgate Plaza, Seneca Street & Union, West Seneca, NY
Sign-up 10:30 am to noon

Sunday July 16th - Annual Mystery Ride
Southgate Plaza, Seneca Street & Union, West Seneca, NY
Sign-up 10:30 am to noon

 September  - Hog Laborday Holiday
At the Hogarossa, Call Grott 716-822-3227

Sunday September 17th -  Annual USMC Toys For Tots Run
Southgate Plaza, Seneca Street & Union, West Seneca, NY
Sign-up 10:30 am to noon 

Saturday October 7 - Annual Fall Foliage Run
 Southgate Plaza, Seneca Street & Union, West Seneca, NY
Sign-up 10:30 am to noon, Ends at The Chicken Coop and for $13 plus the run fee you can enjoy a Porterhouse Steak Dinner. The best in town! Order your tickets for dinner at sign-up. You will be able to select your steak to be cooked too! Info:716-627-6715 

It will be a good investment in your future as a motorcyclist.
Monthly Meetings are held 7:30 PM on the third Wednesday of the month at:
 VFW Post 8113
"The Chicken Coop"
299 Leydecker Road
West Seneca, NY 14224

ABATE of New York provides the neutral ground which allows us to stand beside and support each other in unity, to safeguard our rights and to be individuals with different views. A concept that we are united with a common interest and now a common ground on which to stand. There are approximately 2400 members in ABATE at this time and many thousands nation wide. We are not a "Motorcycle Club", rather a Not For Profit Corporation.  Whether you wear a patch, any patch, or ride independently, your "Right-To-Ride" is our agenda, our goal, our only concern.  In order to remain fair and objective, we will not endorse any one club, group, or organization.  Likewise, we will not discriminate against the same.  WE are working for ALL BIKERS!

Anyone interested in motorcycling may attend our meetings. We don't all ride motorcycles, but the majority of us do share this interest. To find a chapter near you give us a call with a location of where you live and we will point you in the right direction.

The main purpose of the ABATE organization is to work toward continued freedom of the road by insuring that motorcyclists' point of view is presented to our legislators and to promote motorcycle safety, rider education, and awareness. We are trying to alleviate the very real possibility of "Big Brother Government". We encourage all our members to be informed, registered voters. We write letters to our elected officials and stay aware of what is going on with motorcycle legislation, education and other transportation issues. "New Rider" education classes with certified safety instructors are currently being offered by some New York State chapters. 

ABATE of New York currently has 25 chapters throughout the state. We welcome interested persons to any of our activities or to join our organization. Some of the examples of what we've been doing: Toy Runs, Poker Runs, Family Picnics, lobbying in Washington, letter writing campaigns, meeting with our legislative representatives in Albany.