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Founded May 20th, 2009 - A Guide to Motorcycle Rights Organizations around the World (188 listed so far)

 

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Our rights as motorcyclists are constantly being challenged at an alarming rate, so every motorcycle enthusiast should, at the very least, belong to a Motorcycle Rights Organization (MRO) of their choice. Following is a list of MRO's that you can join. Visit their websites for more information.


"The price of freedom is eternal vigilance."
-- Thomas Jefferson

Canada: Ontario MROs
BRO

Bikers Rights Organization (BRO) of Ontario

Est. 1979 - "is a non-profit organisation composed of motorcycle enthusiasts. As of name implies, we are a politically active group that is constantly searching for and striving to change unfair legislation and discriminatory practices that affect the lifestyle of today's modern rider."

ABATE ON

ABATE of Ontario

Note: this organiztion either no longer exists or they no longer have a website.

"A.B.A.T.E. of Ontario Inc. is a motorcycle organization composed of motorcycle enthusiasts throughout the Province. Putting motorcycle legislation in its proper perspective is one of our main concerns. This is accomplished through safety education programs, public awareness programs and other proposals designed to prevent fatal or injury accidents."

OCC

Ontario Confederation of Clubs

"The goals of our confederations are very simple: We are united and dedicated to legally fight against any encroachment on our freedom to choose our lifestyle by law enforcement authorities, insurance companies, local proprietors or any other special interest group. We mean to do this legally, through the courts if necessary; and, in cooperation with and in support of the MROs and any others who fight for the rights of motorcyclists. "

ORRA

Ontario Road Riders Association

Est. - "ORRA was formed in an effort to co-ordinate the activities of motorcycle clubs throughout the province, and to represent these clubs with a united voice to all legislative bodies and manufacturers on issues affecting the motorcycle community."

To add your MRO to this list,
send an email to Jesse "Night Train" Lane
at JesseCarlLane@gmail.com