2016 Ohio Motorcycle Awareness Rally


This year’s Motorcycle Awareness Rally will be on Saturday, April 30. Sponsored by ABATE of Ohio, Inc., the event kicks off Motorcycle Awareness Month in grand style by shutting down I-71 from Sunbury to downtown Columbus. Attendees will gather at the Statehouse to read proclamations, get inspired by guest speakers and let everyone know that motorcyclists are back out on Ohio’s roadways. Following the parade and rally, head to Victory’s on High Street for food, fun and prizes.

Motorcycle Awareness Rally

Saturday, April 30, 2016

9:30 a.m. – 11 a.m.          Parade Regisraton – A.D. Farrow Harley Davidson, 7754 St. Rt. 37 E., Sunbury, OH 43074.

12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.   Parade and Rally – Parade Departs A.D. Farrow H-D for an escorted ride to the the Capitol and rally at the Ohio State House, including a reading of the Governor’s proclamation, declaring May as Motorcycle Awareness Month.

After Rally Party

Saturday, April 30, 2016

1:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.      Join ABATE of Ohio, Inc., Region 9 Franklin County for a party and fundraiser at Victory’s, located at 513 South High St., Columbus, Ohio 43215.


About ABATE Ohio, Inc.

ABATE of Ohio Inc. has been informing motorcyclists and motorists for years that to improve safety, we need to “Educate, not Legislate.” The group’s ubiquitous “Look Twice Save a Life” signs, billboards, truck signs and bumper stickers have made a difference, with motorcycle deaths decreasing over the past five years. Visit www.abate.com for more information.

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