ABATE San Diego Chapter 6 is throwing this fundraiser during motorcycle awareness month. Admission is $10, with $10. food ticket available which includes a cheesburger, fries and a drink.
The band is 'Harley and the Pirates'. Event will have food, vendors and a 50/50.
ABATE is active with motorcycle laws and rider's rights. For information contact Monica Smith, PR Officer,[masked]
From their website:
ABATE is a not-for-profit Motorcyclist Rights Organization (MRO)
We are dedicated to:
1. Protecting the rights and freedoms of all motorcyclists.
2. Promoting safety, education and public awareness programs and improving the general image of motorcyclists.
ABATE of California was established as a not-for-profit corporation in 1981. We believe education and safety programs are more effective than simply passing more laws. Our members are active in public awareness programs, motorcycle safety programs, charity fundraisers, voter registration, and other community events.
We keep our members aware of pending legislation that may effect motorcyclists' rights. We educate our members to effectively protect our freedom. No matter what make of motorcycle you ride, whether you ride every day, or just on weekends, or if if you even ride at all, you need to be aware of everything that might affect your riding freedom. You may need to be involved in the process of protecting your own rights!!
WHAT ABATE DOES FOR YOU:
ABATE of California works for freedom of the road for all motorcyclists. ABATE is comprised of volunteers who form a union of motorcyclists that supports all riders. ABATE members are involved in voter registration, education and assisting candidates who believe in freedom of the road for all motorcyclists.
ABATE of California is an active member of the California Board for the Motorcycle Safety Program (CMSP) and many of our members actively teach others motorcycle safety, and are involved with training programs around the state.
Becka at Flinn Springs Inn is the Coordinator for this event: