Biker Rights International
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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

United States: Virginia MROs
VFR

Virginia Freedom Riders
Riders Against Constitutional Erosion

"VFR is a grassroots State Motorcycle Rights Organization dedicated to protecting and restoring motorcyclists personal freedoms, liberties and individual rights."

VCOM

Virginia Coalition of Motorcyclists

Est. 1992 - "VCOM's Mission: To solicit support at the state and local levels that will defend and promote the rights of Virginia motorcyclists, and to keep our supporters politically informed, allowing them the opportunity to express their opinions to their representatives when important issues arise."

VA COC

Virginia Confederation of Clubs

"The Virginia COC is a Confederation of Clubs united to protect the rights of Motorcycle Club members, uphold the standards and traditions of the Motorcycle club community in Virginia, and provide a forum for communications for the Motorcycle Clubs in and traveling through Virginia."

ABATE

ABATE of Virginia
American Bikers Against Totalitarian Enactments

Est. 1985 - "ABATE of Virginia, Inc. is a state motorcyclist rights organization dedicated to responsible legislation for motorcyclists and all motorists. ABATE is a legislative/educational organization...We are advocates of uniform licensing procedures and training & awareness programs. We are NOT against the wearing of helmets. Our membership covers the entire spectrum of society."

To add your MRO to this list or make a change,
send an email to Jesse "Fango" Lane
at ridefree@bikerrights.org