Motorcyclists Rights Rally May 23, 2016


JOIN US IN THE FIGHT FOR YOUR RIGHTS! Sponsored by A.B.A.T.E. of PA Now in it’s 13th year! Motorcyclist Rights Rally May 23, 2016 at Noon State Capitol • Harrisburg, Pennsylvania


In the near future, I plan to introduce legislation supported and approved by the Alliance of Bikers Aimed Toward Education (A.B.A.T.E) organization, the Confederation of Clubs and the U.S. Defenders. The legislation addresses the issue of the profiling of motorcycle riders by some law enforcement personnel. Motorcycle profiling, like any other form of profiling, is a problem in Pennsylvania that can and should be remedied by education and awareness. Targeting a class of individuals because of characteristics defined by protected expression violates all reasonable constitutional conceptions of free speech, association, equal protection and privacy. Read More… Pennsylvania House of Representatives District 105

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Erik Buell Racing Resumes Production


   Erik Buell Racing resumes production New bikes expected by mid-March, with pricing information to follow Erik Buell Racing (EBR) has started making bikes again at its East Troy, Wisconsin, US factory. The company along with its Liquid Asset Partners announced that the first 1190RX and 1190SX motorcycle will roll out from the assembly line by 17th March 2016. Bill Melvin Jr, head of EBR’s owner Liquid Asset Partners (LAP) and Chief Financial Officer of EBR, said: “Now the clouds have cleared; EBR is able to shift into gear knowing that it has financial stability, a profitable multi-year plan, and a 5-10 year vision. We feel there is still room for new partnerships or investment, but it is not critical. EBR is on solid ground and moving forward.” In April last year, the struggling firm, EBR got into financial problems and was forced to close production. The Liquid Asset Partners

Live Feed From Daytona Bike Week 2016

75th daytona bike week

The 75th Anniversary of Daytona Bike Week is here and we are excited about all the great things planned for this amazing once in a lifetime landmark event in 2016!! All Riders who want to be a part of this grand milestone will be glad they made their way to the Daytona Beach area for this very special occasion. Official Website CLICK HERE    

Pagan’s MC Charity Event Canceled After Police Threaten MD Bar


Published on February 17th, 2016 | by David “Double D” Devereaux The practice of law enforcement officers or liquor control officers coercing establishments because they serve individuals wearing motorcycle club colors is reaching epidemic proportions. Acting under the color of state law, some officers are telling establishments that serving members of motorcycle clubs that have been labeled criminal organizations or gangs by the FBI (or other authorities) is a threat to public safety and general welfare. These claims are based on generalizations, not the Constitutional threshold of particularized reasonable suspicion that a specific person or persons is committing or intends to commit a specific crime. The Motorcycle Profiling Project has become aware of an instance of such coercion by the Anne Arundel County Police Department targeting the Sharks Tooth Bar in Brooklyn Park Maryland (near Baltimore). AACPD officers pressured the management of the Sharks Tooth Bar into canceling a Pagan’s

What you don’t know about motorcycle clubs


By William Dulaney, Special to CNN (CNN)It’s no secret that we Americans love our outlaws, from the legends and lore of rebellious (and illegal) acts by our Founding Fathers, to the bushwhacking and bank-robbing capers of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, to the “bad boy” music of Elvis Presley, the Rolling Stones and Dr. Dre. American culture and mass media have led inexorably to characters that embody this bad-boy attitude — like Jax, the heartthrob outlaw biker star of the TV show “Sons of Anarchy.” From motorcycle clubs to organized crime: Notorious biker gangs Americans have a long established canon from which they “learn” about society from fictional dramas. And the more we watch shows like “Sons of Anarchy,” the more a news story will seem to fit our mental construct of “how those people are.” The same is true of popular TV crime dramas’ portrayal of American minorities’