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A Survey for All Motorcyclists: Have You Been Profiled? A Survey for All Motorcyclists: Have You Been Profiled?

The Motorcycle Profiling Project is following the success of the initial survey with the 2016-2017 NMPS, intended to more accurately define ongoing profiling trends so resources and attention can be focused on the areas that need it the most. The 2016-17 survey has already surpassed 5,000 participants in the first 100 days. Please take the…

The One Motorcycle Show 2017 The One Motorcycle Show 2017

While it may not be the biggest custom motorcycle show in the country, it’s certainly one of the very best. The eighth annual One Motorcycle Show took place in Portland last weekend, featuring over 100 custom bikes from across the continent. Presented by See See and Harley Davidson, the huge two story industrial building and…

Feds Move Forward with Motorcycle Advisory Council Feds Move Forward with Motorcycle Advisory Council

Motorcyclists Severely Underrepresented WASHINGTON, DC Motorcyclists across the country were discouraged to find out that the Federal Highway Administration will only require one motorcyclist to serve on an Advisory Council supposedly dedicated to representing those who ride. The Motorcyclist Advisory Council, a newly reestablished group, is supposed to serve and advise the Federal Highway Administration…

Oklahoma Senate Introduces Legislation Addressing Motorcycle Profiling Oklahoma Senate Introduces Legislation Addressing Motorcycle Profiling

The Oklahoma State Senate has introduced SB 1457, a result of grassroots efforts related to motorcycle profiling. This legislation models the law passed unanimously in Washington State in 2011. It requires all law enforcement in the state to adopt a written policy condemning and preventing motorcycle profiling and combines basic training related to preventing the…

Washington State Proposes Comprehensive Civil Rights Protection For Motorcyclists Washington State Proposes Comprehensive Civil Rights Protection For Motorcyclists

A newly proposed law in Washington State would give motorcyclists access to essential civil rights protection currently enjoyed by other protected classes. The Washington State Senate and House, at the request of the Washington State Council of Clubs and the Motorcycle Profiling Project, have both proposed identical legislation, SB 6624/ HB 2950, that would add…

Motorcycle Profiling Defined Motorcycle Profiling Defined

There are an estimated 10 million registered motorcyclists in America representing all walks of life.  They include doctors, lawyers, business owners, military veterans, blue collar workers, and even state legislators. Unfortunately, the overly-broad outlaw biker stereotype embraced by many in law enforcement results in selective enforcement and discriminatory traffic stops targeting a sizable portion of…

Unifying the Motorcycle Rights Movement In Your State Unifying the Motorcycle Rights Movement In Your State

Washington State represents a model for unifying motorcycle clubs and independents towards the common goal of protecting motorcycle rights and liberties. Many states are preparing legislative agendas as the 2016 legislative session quickly approaches.  In 2011, Washington State unanimously passed the first law addressing motorcycle profiling in America and a large part of that success…

Pennsylvania HB 1580: Helping to Stop the Profiling of Motorcycle Riders Pennsylvania HB 1580: Helping to Stop the Profiling of Motorcycle Riders

The Confederation of Clubs and ABATE of Pennsylvania, in pursuit of a law addressing the issue of motorcycle profiling, have successfully lobbied a primary sponsor and 46 co-sponsors in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.  On Sept 30th, Pennsylvania State Representative Garth Everett presented anti-motorcycle profiling legislation to the bill clerk. House Bill 1580 prohibits motorcycle…

Run For The Wall 2014 Run For The Wall 2014

On May 14th, 2014 nearly a hundred bikers left Rancho Cucamonga, California to begin their 10 day journey across the country to Washington D.C. This is the 26th annual Run For The Wall and motorcyclists from all over the country will join up with other riders along various points in their route to the Vietnam…

The POW/MIA Chair Of Honor The POW/MIA Chair Of Honor

Pictures courtesy of POW/MIA Chair Founder George ‘Blue’ Kelloway – first chair New Hampshire Motor Speedway, New England. After witnessing a seat left purposely empty in Bristol, Tennessee for American troops who were POW/MIA, the President of Rolling Thunder Massachusetts Chapter, Joe D’Entremont was determined that Massachusetts would become the first state in the country…

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