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ABATE of Arizona Needs You !!! ...

.... and if you ride a motorcycle in Arizona, You need ABATE of Arizona !!!

ABATE of Arizona is a motorcycle rights organization (MRO) dedicated to preserving freedom of choice and freedom of the road, with an emphasis on education and safety. Our members are involved, both actively and in supportive roles, in programs promoting public awareness, motorcycle safety, and in many MRO sponsored events. Whether you ride or just support the right to ride free, ABATE of Arizona invites you to get involved and join.

Regardless of your age, sex, race, religion, or transport mode of preference, ABATE of Arizona welcomes you to join our members.

What You Get With an ABATE Membership

  • One year of THE MASTERLINK
  • Membership card
  • Anniversary patches
  • Discount on admission to TOO BROKE FOR STURGIS
  • American Income Life (AIL) Accidental Death or Dismemberment $4,000 benefit
  • Motorcycle rights and action alerts via email
  • Rider Education
  • Motorcycle Awareness

Membership Type Specific Benefits

  • Lifetime Membership, Individual & Couple: All of the above, except a LIFETIME member patch in lieu of anniversary patches, without the hassle of having to renew every year.
  • Annual Business Membership: One year of Business Card-sized ads in the Master Link newsletter, plus you get a “We support ABATE of Arizona certificate”, as well as two individual memberships

Download the Membership Application and mail it in with your check or money order to ABATE of AZ, 7509 N. 12th St, #200, Phoenix, AZ 85020

Membership fees are:

$25 Annual (individual)
$40 Annual (couples)
$125 Annual Business (includes 2 Individual Memberships)

Questions? Comments! Contact the State Membership Officer at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
or attend a local Chapter Meeting

Besides a State Motorcycle Rights Organization (SMRO), you need to also join a National MRO. Join our partner in Washington DC, the Motorcycle Riders Foundation (MRF)

What is the MRF and why is it important? First, the MRF has an office in Washington, D.C. with two full-time employees – one of them being a federal lobbyist looking out and arguing for your right to ride free and promoting motorcycle safety and awareness. If you sign up for the MRF mailing list online, you receive regular email reports about what your lobbyist is doing in our Capitol.

Next, the MRF conducts one annual meeting a year; the Meeting of the Minds, usually located in the heartland - to educate motorcyclists on topics that are necessary for freedom fighters to conduct business in this new era.

And finally, the MRF is funded by members only. We represent you as a motorcycle rider in Washington, D.C.

The reason for this written commercial? Just like our volatile economy, the MRF is in a deficit. It's not that we're spending some outrageous amount of money on pizza or beer or anything – it's that our donations are down considerably, and a pattern is developing. Donations and pledges are what fund the MRF. It costs in the neighborhood of $2000 per day to operate the MRF Office in D.C. and conduct business throughout the year.

What should this mean to you? The MRF needs members and we need them now. These are desperate times. We need to sign-up or renew expired members to the tune of 600 by January and another 600 by March to allow us to continue to publish our newsletter the "MRF Reports" every other month.

This publication is the lifeblood of the MRF – it informs members of our efforts in Washington, D.C., six times a year. Without it, we lose a major pipeline of information to the motorcycle community – about their very freedom.

The bottom line? Without the MRF there to represent your voice on a federal level, that leaves the road wide open for the states to be forced into legislation that they wouldn't have chosen for themselves – such as a federal helmet law or further deterioration of our current freedoms.

If you have ever been an MRF member, please renew and continue to show your true colors as an Arizona Freedom Fighter. If you have never been a member of the MRF, consider the benefits – your freedom represented on the Federal level.

You may join or renew very easily online at: