Long Island ABATE, Inc. Aims and Purposes

  • To review and inform members about federal, state and local levels of government motorcycle legislation and to promote favorable motorcycle legislation.
  • To improve road conditions thus making roads safer for motorcyclists
  • To help prevent accidents through education and public awareness
  • To promote positive community relations
  • To promote political involvement of motorcyclists
  • To act as a legislative liaison between motorcyclists and government authorities, police departments, government agencies, insurance companies, and other organizations.
  • To report and discourage biased news reporting about motorcyclists.
  • To present and promote a better image of motorcycling

9TH Annual Long Island ABATE and Full Throttle Magazine Motorcycle Awareness Run and Bike Blessing

    • Please join Long Island ABATE and Full Throttle Magazine on Sunday April 15, 2018 for our 9th Annual Motorcycle Safety and Awareness Run and Bike Blessing.
    • We will be signing up at the H. Lee Dennison Building  at 100 Veterans Memorial Highway in Hauppauge NY from 9:30am to 11:00am.
    • We will have a bike blessing done by Rushing Wind Biker Church and Bikers for Christ MM.
    • Press Conference will be at 11am
    • KSU after Press Conference
    • End site is The Maples 10 Ryerson Ave Manorville NY
    • Day of event~ $20 rider /$15 passenger / $10 walk-in
    • Pre-Registration~ by April 13th      $15 rider   /   $10 Passenger
    • Click Here to pre-register. You will get a free run patch or 2018 rocker. When you arrive, your patch and wristband will be at the gate. PRE- REGISTRATION WILL STOP ON April 13th

In Memory of Robert Golden

Long Island ABATE and The Patriot Guard Riders of New York lost one of our own. Robert W. Golden, of East Moriches, LI, died on Sunday, January 21, 2018 at the age of 66.

Raised in Sayville, Bob graduated from Sayville High School in 1970. As a PGRNY member, Bob was dedicated to honoring veterans and service members. Even with health issues from an accident, he tried to make all the missions he could. He will be missed by many.

Bob was an avid boater and fisherman, and worked for nearly thirty years as a commercial fisherman. Bob was also a Service Manager and Regional Sales Manager for Mercury Marine.

If you would like to make a donation in memory of Bob, your donation will go directly towards the Veterans Appreciation Run 2018 and will be quadrupled. The donations raised will be distributed in October at a special Veterans Appreciation Dinner.