Motorcycle Safety

Motorcycle Safety and Awareness Month in the Commonwealth

The Alliance of Bikers Aimed Toward Education, will be kicking off May as Motorcycle Safety and Awareness Month in the Commonwealth with an exhibit of new motorcycles and information booths inside the State Capitol building.

Governor Ed Rendell has signed a proclamation declaring May as Motorcycle Safety and Awareness Month in the Commonwealth.

Joining A.B.A.T.E. at the Capitol will be representatives from the American Motorcyclist Association, the oldest and largest motorcyclist association in the country. Also in attendance will be Operation Save a Life, a program designed with high school students and civic groups in mind. OSAL promotes motorcycle awareness to other motorist.

Area motorcycle dealers will be displaying a variety of new and exciting models available this year. Special thanks to these local dealers for their participation in this important Safety and Awareness Day: Black Dog, Koupís Kawasaki, Motor-Vation Inc., Susquehanna Valley Harley Davidson/Buell, West Shore Suzuki and Yamaha of Camp Hill.

A.B.A.T.E. of Pennsylvania will be promoting the Pennsylvania Motorcycle Safety Program. The program was established to teach riders of all skill levels the basic fundamentals needed in order to safely operate a motorcycle. In the last legislative session A.B.A.T.E. was successful in having legislation signed into law that significantly increased funding for the MSP enabling them to open several new sites increasing their ability to train more riders who seek to participate in the program.

Author Notes:

Mike Wozniak contributes and publishes news editorial to  A buyers guide to all types of motorcycle helmets plus shields, goggles, custom and wired radio helmets.

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