May is Motorcycle Awareness Month in Wisconsin. Thousands of riders are now getting back on the road and other vehicles need to be on the lookout for them to help avoid accidents, injuries and deaths. Every year, to mark the start of Motorcycle Awareness Month, ABATE of Wisconsin holds rallies at high traffic intersections in Waukesha and Milwaukee Counties to let drivers know that motorcycles are back on the road. Hupy and Abraham, S.C. is proud to partner with ABATE at these rallies to help spread the “Watch for Motorcycles” message.
ABATE of Wisconsin is a motorcycle rights organization that gives “the motorcyclists of Wisconsin a strong, united voice with regard to their future, their way of life, their safety, and their legal rights as motorcyclists and citizens.” Members of ABATE of Wisconsin and Hupy and Abraham’s Street Team first gathered at the intersection of I-43 and Moorland Road in Waukesha County. With a variety of signs including “Watch for Motorcycles,” “Look Twice, Save a Life” and “I’m Dying to be Seen,” the advocates for motorcycle awareness worked hard to get their message out to the public.
The group then moved to another high traffic intersection, this time in Milwaukee County, at the intersection of Greenfield Avenue and Highway 100. Many vehicles showed their support by honking their horns or giving a thumbs-up, showing that the message was getting across to those driving by the awareness rallies.
Hupy and Abraham was proud to set up “Watch for Motorcycles” yard signs at each rally location, as well as hand out “Watch for Motorcycles” stickers to the public. Tiger Beyer, a member of ABATE of Wisconsin who organized the rallies, said, “Thank you very much to Hupy and Abraham and personally to Mike Hupy, who has been a member of ABATE for countless years, we appreciate all the support you give us every year. Thank you from ABATE of Wisconsin.”
For decades, Hupy and Abraham has been working to keep riders safe. The firm’s “Watch for Motorcycles” message is spread through TV, radio, billboards and stickers, as well as promoted at events across the country. By helping spread motorcycle awareness, Hupy and Abraham hopes to reduce the number of motorcycle crashes and fatalities on the road. The firm also supports organizations like ABATE to help make rider voices heard.
We do all we can to prevent motorcycle accidents, but sometimes they still happen. If you’ve been injured in a crash, contact Hupy and Abraham today. We’ve been helping injured motorcycle riders for decades. Over 70,000 clients have hired Hupy and Abraham, receiving more than $1 billion for their injuries. Call Hupy and Abraham today at 800-800-5678 so we can start fighting for you.