Interested in Motorcycle Rights and Issues? Attend ABATE Lobby Day in Your State.

ABATE of Wisconsin is a motorcyclist rights and safety organization that works to make motorcycle rider voices be heard. Many other states, including Illinois and Iowa, also have an ABATE organization that has the same goals in mind. On February 17, 2022, ABATE of Wisconsin will hold their annual Lobby Day (also known as Biker Day) at the Wisconsin State Capitol. Riders from all around the state of Wisconsin and beyond gather to discuss current issues, laws and concerns of motorcyclists with state legislators.

the Wisconsin State Capital building and ABATE members gathering outside

Gathering for Lobby Day has helped make issues concerning bikers stay at the top of mind of state lawmakers. Since ABATE of Wisconsin’s founding in the 1970s, members have worked on issues like mandatory helmet laws, motorcycle equipment restrictions, angle parking restrictions and much more. The group also has worked to promote rider safety and motorcycle awareness. On Lobby Day, buses from each region of Wisconsin will convene at the capitol in Madison and riders will meet with lawmakers to discuss the current issues concerning motorcyclists in the state. If you’re a biker, this is the perfect opportunity for your voice to be heard. If you want to learn more info on how you can become involved, visit Other states, including Illinois and Iowa, have similar events that take place each year.

members of ABATE walking up to the capital building on lobby day

Hupy and Abraham has been a proud supporter of ABATE of Wisconsin, and other state’s ABATE organizations, for decades. Firm President Michael Hupy has been a member of ABATE of Wisconsin for over 30 years and works with riders to promote motorcycle awareness year-round. Hupy and Abraham supports Lobby Day every year by providing the Southeastern Wisconsin region bus to motorcyclists, so they can travel to Madison for free. The firm also films several Behind the Handlebars videos during Lobby Day to get the word out to other riders about current issues, news and upcoming motorcycle events.

the bus arriving at the capital building with ABATE members

Along with supporting ABATE, Hupy and Abraham has also worked to spread the message of “Watch for Motorcycles” to promote rider awareness and safety. The firm has helped bikers for decades, whether it be by sponsoring events, informational speaking engagements or helping injured motorcyclists after an accident.

If you’ve been injured in a motorcycle accident, call Hupy and Abraham right away at 800-800-5678. The firm has helped over 70,000 clients receive over $1 billion for their injuries.

The Wisconsin state capital building on ABATE Day

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