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Protecting Your Rights In Our Nation's Capital!

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The Motorcycle Riders Foundation (MRF), incorporated in 1987, is a membership-based national motorcyclists’ rights organization headquartered in Washington, D.C. The MRF monitors and when necessary, sways federal legislation and regulatory action that pertains to street riders. The MRF concerns itself with what is going on in the arena of motorcycling safety education, training, licensing, and public awareness. The MRF provides members and state motorcyclists’ rights organizations with direction and information to protect motorcyclists’ rights and motorcycling. The MRF sponsors annual regional and national educational seminars for motorcyclists’ rights activists and publishes a bi-monthly newsletter, The MRF Reports.


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Legislative Awards - Meeting of the Minds (MOTM) 2015

  • Minnesota - Todd Riba, Dawn Riba, Gary Goracke
  • Maryland - Lenny Holcomb, Shelly Holcomb
  • South Dakota - Slack Addy, Patty Addy, Larry Nesby
  • Louisiana - Cecil 'Cuthru' Crawford
  • Arizona - Larry Keim, Ben Marinez, Dawn Parker Steed, Tamara Keim, James Silk, Bobbi Hartman, James Butsback, Sky Pilot
  • Missouri Freedom of the Road Riders, Amy Allmon, Katherine, Lynne Adkins, Kris Critten
  • Michigan - Jinx, Butch Brown
  • Illinois - Shirley Lacock, Ryan Hubbard, Elizabeth Winters
  • Alabama Dixie ABATE, Matthew Schroeder
  • Oklahoma - Shawna Scholten, Mike Scholten, Charlie Williams, Bernie Williams, Skip Moon, Dawn Canaday, Shannon Canaday, Brook Bullock
  • Wisconsin - Carolyn Kittredge, Chubby, Gary Klinker, John Reblin, Doris Weber, Tim Tomann, Dave Dwyer
  • Massachusetts Motorcycle Association - Rick Gleason, Laurie, Hom, Kelly Ferguson, Doc D'Errico, Dave Condon

"Politicians See No Difference"
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Politicians See No Difference
Politicians See No Difference
CST Statement of record on distracted Driving
The Motorcycle Riders Foundation meets with United States Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood. Click here to read more
MRF Position Paper on Riding Impaired
A number of years ago the MRF formed the Alcohol Awareness committee as an advisory committee to the Board of Directors. The reason for this committee and the ongoing work is due to the increasing awareness of government agencies of the issue of impaired riding. Impaired riding has been an issue for many years but in the past decade it gained prominence to the point it is a major part of any discussion where motorcycle safety is the topic. The MRF board tasked the committee to develop a program part of which will present the MRF position on impaired riding. The following position paper was presented to the Board at the September 2009 BOD meeting and with minor adjustments agreed upon and approved.
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The many members, supporters and groups who are currently involved in the motorcyclists' rights movement and the motorcycling community ARE the Motorcycle Riders Foundation. Without each of you, we would not exist.

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The Motorcycle Riders Foundation is the leading voice for you, the street rider, in Washington, D.C. The Motorcycle Riders Foundation is committed to less federal government involvement in your daily life. The Motorcycle Riders Foundation firmly supports the rights of the individual state governments to enact legislation without the threat of federal intervention. We stand for freedom of choice, freedom from unsafe highways, and freedom from unfair and overly restrictive federal and international regulations.

Curious about this site? Please take the time to look us over. The Motorcycle Riders Foundation's mission statement guides us to provide the best in training, information, and representation in political arenas for the American biker.

Concerned about the future of our motorcycling lifestyle? This site is designed to help you become an even more efficient and productive grassroots activist.

If you have any suggestions or comments, please contact our Washington DC office.


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