Welcome to ABATE of Minnesota

ABATE of Minnesota

    American Bikers for Awareness, Training, and Education (ABATE) of Minnesota is a not for profit, grass roots organization that is committed to educating motorcyclists and the general public about motorcycling.

    ABATE members ride many different types and brands of motorcycles. We are all people with a common interest in a common activity—motorcycling. The fact that we share an interest in motorcycling is more important than the type of motorcycle we ride.

2015 ABATE Summer Rally

Get ready for a Labor Day weekend of biker fun, biker friendship and biker music. The 27th annual ABATE of Minnesota State Rally will be one you don’t want to miss! September 3rd through the 6th,  the Meeker County Fairgrounds in Litchfield, MN is the place to be.

On Labor Day weekend, motorcyclists from all over the state and region will be there to take part in the chili and tattoo contests, bike show and the awesome memorial ride. Also the best motorcycle rodeo around and the always popular fashion show!

Special to the Rally This Year..... Tim Jensen's Motorcycle Sled Pull !!  Talk is cheap - Let's see what your bike can do!

Show up Thursday night and enjoy an awesome meal cooked up by Big `N Tasty Bar-B-Q at the annual Motorcycle PAC fundraiser while listening to the Moses Oakland Blues Band. They will be serving a chicken and rib combination dinner with potatoes and corn on the cob for $15.00. All profits will go directly to Motorcycle PAC of Minnesota to help us protect the future of motorcycling and nobody leaves hungry.  Bues and Bar-B-Q, what a great way to start a great weekend!

If you can't stay for the weekend, no worries - admission for the Motorcycle PAC Bar-B-Q is free as long as you pay for the meal!

The music Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights will be down to earth rock and blues that everyone can dance to. The food court, vendors and full service bar offer everything you need so you do not have to leave unless you want to enjoy the beautiful back roads of central Minnesota.

See you there!