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1 American Bikers for Awareness, Training & Education NEWSLETTER December 2014 NEXT GENERAL MEETING January 13, LIABATE( )

2 A B A T E is American Bikers for Awareness, Training & Education The main purpose of the ABATE organization is to work toward continued freedom of the road by insuring that motorcyclist's point of view is presented to our legislators and to promote motorcycle safety, rider education and awareness. We are trying to alleviate the very real possibility of "Big Brother Government". We encourage all our members to be informed registered voters. We write letters to our elected officials and stay aware of what is going on with motorcycle legislation, education, and other transportation issues. We welcome interested persons to any of our activities or to join our organization Long Island ABATE Officers President Jim Barr / Vice President 1 Wayne Piro / Vice President 2 Stavros Dalambakis / stavros150yahoo.com Treasurer -Bill Quinn / Membership Secretary Kim Piro / Recording Secretary Roseann Barr / Sergeant-at-arms Bob Laub / Legislative Nick LaMorte / Safety -Joe Pizzo / Road Captain Chris Lauri / Chaplain Joe (Ski) Marchelewski / Public Relations -Nancy Gee / Distribution Jim Hartmann / Products Gina Otis / Website/Newsletter - Nancy Gee / Photographer Jackie Dalambakis / MAILING ADDRESS Long Island ABATE P.O. BOX 22 YAPHANK, NY Call the ABATE HOTLINE anytime For any info or to contact any officer LIABATE Contact Stavros if you would like to advertise in the ABATE newsletter at Classified ads are free to members. And as always, PLEASE SUPPORT OUR ADVERTISERS Long Island ABATE encourages all members to submit letters, articles or cartoons they feel may be of interest to fellow ABATE members. Long Island ABATE supports the rights of ALL motorcyclists, however Long Island ABATE does not endorse any products or services other than its own. All articles and photo s within the contents of this newsletter and our website are property of Long Island ABATE. You may not use them without express written consent of the newsletter editor, webmaster, or LI ABATE board. All general membership meetings are held the second Tuesday of the month. There is free food before the meetings start. NEXT MEETING IS January 13 at our New Location Lake Ronkonkoma Fire House Meeting Hall 177 Portion Road Lake Ronkonkoma NY. Food will be out at 7:00pm. Meeting starts at 7:30pm Please send your newsletter submissions to Nancy Greenseich 14 Newport Beach Blvd East Moriches, NY 11940, or on facebook under Long -Island ABATE Disclaimer: The thoughts and opinions expressed in this newsletter are those of the individual contributors alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Long Island ABATE Board and its members. 2

3 2014 ABATE Runs and Events December 13 January 13 Long Island ABATE Holiday Party Red River In General Meeting Ronkonkoma Saturday December 13th is Long Island ABATE's Annual Holiday Party at the Red River In in Yaphank. Free admission, free food and drink specials!! Live music by Yankee Rebel. Also, we will be accepting toy donations on behalf of the 5th Annual Big Tom Berg U.S. Marine Memorial Toy Drive which is taking place on the same day. Our Party starts at 7pm. See you then 3

4 This concludes our first year as OUR OWN organization! I have to admit that I am very proud of what we were able to pull off in such a short time. I knew in my heart that it would be the best thing for Long Island riders if we left NY ABATE and established our own LI ABATE but it was a very risky move because if we failed there would be NO representation for riders on Long Island! That was a lot of pressure for all of us Officers because we stood before you and asked you to trust us in this new venture. We had 550 members as a chapter of NY ABATE but we had to start LI ABATE with no members and hope that many of you chose to make the move with us. We also had to hope that no one attempted to keep the NY Chapter operating because then there would have been 2 similarly named groups that would have been very confusing and hampered our success. Ultimately, it was a unanimous decision for everyone to crossover and say goodbye (or good riddance) to NY ABATE. Secretly I had hoped LI ABATE would grow to the same 550 members by the end of the first year. You have no idea what a relief it was for us to not only have reached 550 members within the first year but to have reached 1,100 members! That tells me that we made the right move and that you agreed by joining and supporting the new LI ABATE! Personally, I can t thank you enough for that! Nancy is working on publishing a special edition of our newsletter which will be out soon. It is a collection of events of LI ABATE in its first year. As we go about our everyday business of ABATE we tend to forget things that occurred thru the year but thinking back about the year, we did some cool stuff. And the best part is that so many volunteers stepped up to participate that it made it easy and fun for all during the events. Now that 2014 is over, it s time to focus on 2015! We are starting the year with 1,100 members so I can t see any reason that we can t at least match what we did this year. Therefore my goal for 2015 is that we grow to 2,500 members! It might sound difficult but if everyone brings in just 1 member we would only need 300 more. So if you believe in LI ABATE and want to see it grow in clout and influence, grab a friend or spouse or stranger and get them to sign up! Its only $20 per year and it s an investment in YOUR future riding conditions! Just imagine the clout as we walk into a town board meeting to discuss motorcycle related issues and we state that we are representing 2,500 riders! One voice alone will always be ignored by politicians, but one large, united voice of thousands will always be heard and sometimes listened to. continued to next page 4

5 I want to thank the entire 2014 Board who put in so much time and effort in order for us to get where we are! I also want to thank the other 1,099 of you for believing in and supporting Long Island ABATE! What is so amazing to me is that EVERYTHING we did this year was always unanimous among the 100 or so members at every monthly meeting! EVE- RY vote was unanimous and there was no one trying to suit themselves over the organization. Every member put LI ABATE first and it paid off! THANK YOU ALL! As I m writing this, a song just came on by Blackberry Smoke that is so appropriate. It expresses how I feel about going into the new year with a new list of goals to be accomplished. The song is called I feel a good one coming on! I couldn t have said it any better! Once again, THANK YOU for all your support and allowing me to stay on for another year! Jim Barr 5

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7 7 Congratulations to Kailey C. of Selden NY for her November coloring submission! Kailey has won a Carvel gift card compliments of Long Island abate and Jr. Member Sophie G.. Look for Decembers coloring contest in this issue and have your kids submit it for a chance to win!

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14 THANK YOU LONG ISLAND ABATE Just want to take a moment and THANK the LI ABATE team and all those that help to make this a GREAT GROUP. Whoever thought that making a break from NYS ABATE and going out on our own would work? Almost as silly as when we broke away from England years back. Not only did it work, but it grew and is still growing. The people that make up the LI ABATE board have done a super job in getting this show on track and out to the public. After being a member for over 20 years it has finally become A MOTORCYCLE RIGHTS ORGANIZATION. The events that are held take a tremendous amount of work from those that step up and get involved, so THANK YOU. If ANY member wants to come forward and help, PLEASE speak up. Not all things require a full commitment or a title. Anyone can help at meetings, rides and attending events as well as PROMOTING LONG ISLAND ABATE and signing up new members. REMEMBER, the more members, the more we are heard and that PROTECTS YOUR RIGHTS as a RIDER. Looking forward to a great 2015 with new blood and ideas that will keep it rolling and building speed and strength. Wishing all a HAPPY and SAFE HOLIDAY SEASON Steve Sorensen Steve s Motorcycle School, Inc. 14

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16 Continental Care Care of Ronkonkoma will be collecting men's coats and clothing this holiday season. The donations will be going to a men's shelter in Port Jefferson. If you are interested in donating new and/or gently used clothing, please contact Mike Barba at Continential. You can reach him at

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18 December 2014 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat FTM 5th Annual Christmas Party US Veterans MC Holiday Party LI HOG Holiday Party Rushing Wind Blood Drive 7 FTM Toy Run Homeless &Veterans Event PGR NOA at CNC Court Date for Jacklyn Barkey Javits Motorcycle Show 13 LI ABATE Holiday Party / Big Tom Toy Run/ Javits/ Wreaths Across America 14 Javits Motorcycle Show Hanukkah Court date for Jason Monet 20 Rushing Wind Biker Church Christmas Celebration Christmas Eve 25 Christmas Day New Years Eve 18

19 Januar y 2015 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 1 Fingers New Years Day Run 2 LIMA Meeting LI ABATE General Meeting LI ABATE Board Meeting 19

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21 Upcoming Court Dates Please attend if you can 12/12/14- Jacklynn Barkey/Driver who hit John Pesce Central Islip Criminal Courtroom D-31 on the 3rd floor with Judge Camacho. 12/19/14 -Jason Monet/Driver who hit Sid Hughes Central Islip Criminal Courtroom D-31 on the 3rd floor with Judge Camacho 21

22 Please give the Gift of Life on Saturday, December 6th. Contact Bob Reynolds at at the Rushing Wind Biker Church to make an appointment or call Long Island Blood Services at Walk-ins are also Welcome!! You can visit the LIBS website at nybloodcenter.org for more information. 22

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25 December, yes it is December! Even though the attendance for the Toy Run was light compared to other years, it was a success. Thanks to all who bared the cold and wind to attend. Chris did a great job getting everyone there and thanks to all the road guards who helped get us to the church on time and safely. The elections are over and I look forward to another year of hard work to promote motorcycle rights and awareness. We need help. Please step up and volunteer. If you believe in what ABATE is all about get involved! Congratulations to all the new and old elected to the board. The ABATE Holiday party is December 13 at the Red River In. It is free to all, which includes food. There is a cash bar with drink specials. Happy Holidays! We will start putting the info together for our Handbook after the start of the new year. We need ads, ads, ads, so please help if you know anyone who has a business get an ad. As 2014 comes to and end and 2015 begins I wish all of you a very Happy Holiday season and a happy and healthy New Year! Stavros 25

26 26 American Motorcycle Association News from the December 2014 Issue of the American Motorcyclist Magazine

27 27 **Pages 3 and 4 of this article will be in the January 2015 Newsletter. Visit for more information on the American Motorcycle Association.

28 This was a busy year for all of us and I m glad to be back on board with being the Public Relations Officer for LI ABATE for next year. I m still doing the newsletter, so if you ever want to add something to it, or want something changed, please feel free to contact me. Thanks to everyone who supported us this past year and volunteered at our different booths and events. The St. Mary s Food and Toy Run was great. Chris Lauri did it again and showed us really some nice curvy back roads. We have a great Motorcycle Community on Long Island and I have met some really great people. Have a wonderful and safe holiday season!! See you all next year! Nancy Bob Brinka and Me Director of The Long Island HOG Chapter at our St Mary's Run. Thank you to the outgoing 2014 Officers of LI ABATE for all your hard work this past year. Thanks goes out to Vice President Wayne Piro, Sergeant at Arms Bob Laub, Legislative Liaison Nick LaMorte and Products Gina Otis. The 2015 Officers to replace these positions will be Vice President Nick LaMorte, Sergeant at Arms George DeMott, Legislative Liaison Doreen Guma and Products Cathy Pfeil. Welcome Aboard!! 28

29 For donating the propane for our Campout Please visit Bay gas for your propane and gas service needs at 27 McGraw Street Shirley NY LIABATE 29

30 As we wind down the comfortable time of year to ride, we approach a time of year and a season that we should leverage to cultivate the things most important, our family and our friends. When we ride our scoots, I believe we move in a place of self indulgence, mostly about us. What we feel, what we enjoy and that isn't a bad thing in and of itself, but when life becomes all about us it is a dangerous thing. So us here in the northeast, are almost forced by God to slow down, spend more time at home or with the people in our life and hopefully learn to appreciate and love them at a higher level. Being in the wind and on our ride is such a thrill and enjoyable lifestyle that it is to the detriment of all around us. It is like all things God created in its purest form to be good, but in our obsessing and overindulgence they become amaging and even deadly to other aspects of our life. It is holiday eason, Christmas time, a time that God sent his Son to show us how to love and appreciate one another, how caring and relationships are most healthy. A time of healing for some, if you allow it to happen, if not another year wasted. Peace on earth, good will towards all men (and women). Thank God He is in our corner of the world and forces us to hit the kill switch, put the kickstand down and practice those most valuable values. As we head into 2015 I pray we all take this time to cultivate what is truly important. For only in that will next year be different and better. Only with those things in line with what is healthy we enjoy to the utmost our 2015 and all the riding and adventure ahead. Then you will experience all the wonder God has for you in what we feel, see, smell and experience on the gift to humanity that is the motorcycle. God Bless, ride safe, God bless America and 30 Have a Blessed Christmas... Pastor Ski. Bikers for Christ and Chaplain

31 We have reached the 1,100 mark which is far more than we anticipated during this first year. Thank you to everyone who supports us. If you are not receiving any s from LI ABATE Inc, please let me know and I will check on your address. Send it to Kim 31

32 ABATE Junior Membership Pages brought to you by Sophie Greenseich There is no greater gift than friendship Santa Claus Polar Express Sophie says Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukah and Happy new year to everyone 32

33 December 2014 Childs Name Age Kids! Print this page out and color in the picture for a chance to win a certificate to Carvel! Send to Sophie Greenseich 14 Newport Beach Blvd East Moriches, NY

34 LI ABATE membership meeting at Cathedral Pines Activity Bldg., Middle Island Heroes, salads, coffee and cake served. 7:35 Meeting began. All veterans were asked to come to the front of the room. Pledge of Allegiance and a moment of silence for all of our past, present and future soldiers and veterans. Cliff presented all veterans with a 7% patch, representing the 7% of Americans who serve in the military. Welcome A.J.Travis, founding father of Long Island ABATE. Minutes for the October membership meeting were published in the November newsletter. Motion : Motion to accept October membership meeting minutes as published in the newsletter. (Seconded) All in favor. Treasurer s Report: Detailed income and expenditures were reported. Motion : Motion to accept treasurer s report. (Seconded) All in favor. Committee Reports Kim / Membership: Prior to tonight s meeting, Long Island ABATE has 1,091 members. A Long Island ABATE membership makes a great holiday gift for family / friends. Nancy / Website: A products page is currently being developed so products can be sold on our website. Nick / Legislative Liaison: LI ABATE continues to have relationships with all winning elected officials now that election day is over. Joe / Safety Officer: This time of year, contractors and construction crews want to get their jobs completed. Joe urges all motorcyclists to be cautious when riding through construction zones or to avoid construction zones when possible. Chris / Road Captain: Chris thanks all who braved the cold and windy conditions and attended the St. Mary s food and toy run. Thank you to Chris for again, routing another great ride. 34

35 Products: Adult long sleeve flame shirts $20, adult flame crew sweatshirts $25, kids crew sweatshirts $15. Products sold at cost at membership meetings. These products make great holiday gifts. Election Nominations Nominations for officers for 2015 will again be taken tonight and elections held immediately following nominations. New officers will take effect in January. Our corporation is set up to include five trustees: President, 1 st Vice President, 2 nd Vice President, Treasurer, and Membership Secretary. Elections will be held for these five titles. These five elected officers will then appoint six more officers, who will also be voting board members: Sergeant at Arms, Recording secretary, Legislative Liaison, Public Relations, Safety and Road Captain. In addition to these eleven voting board members, six more positions will be appointed. These positions are non-voting board members: Newsletter, Webmaster, Products, Distribution, Photographer and Chaplain. We encourage all who are interested to become involved. Members present at tonight s meeting had no objection to Jim running the nominations. President: Jim Barr was nominated for the office of President at the October membership meeting. The nomination was seconded. Jim accepted the nomination. There were no additional nominees for President. Motion : Motion to close nominations for president. (Seconded) All in favor. 1 st Vice President: Wayne Piro was nominated for the office of 1 st Vice President at the October meeting. The nomination was seconded. Wayne declined the nomination. Stavros was nominated for the office of 1 st Vice President at the October membership meeting. The nomination was seconded. Stavros accepted the nomination. Nick LaMorte was nominated for the office of 1 st Vice President at the October membership meeting. The nomination was seconded. Nick was not present to accept the nomination. Nick was again nominated for the office of 1 st Vice President. The nomination was seconded. Nick declined the nomination. There were no additional nominees for 1 st Vice President. Motion : Motion to close nominations for 1 st Vice President. (Seconded) All in favor. 2 nd Vice President: Nick LaMorte was nominated for the office of 2 nd Vice President at the October membership meeting. The nomination was seconded. Nick was not present to accept 35

36 the nomination. Nick was again nominated for the office of 2nd Vice President. The nomination was seconded. Nick accepted the nomination. There were no additional nominees for 2nd Vice President. Motion : Motion to close nominations for 2nd Vice President. (Seconded) All in favor. Treasurer: Bill Quinn was nominated for the office of Treasurer at the October membership meeting. The nomination was seconded. Bill accepted the nomination. There were no additional nominees for Treasurer. Motion : Motion to close nominations for Treasurer. (Seconded) All in favor. Membership Secretary: Kim Piro was nominated for the office of Membership Secretary at the October meeting. The nomination was seconded. Kim accepted the nomination. There were no additional nominees for Membership Secretary. Motion : Motion to close nominations for Membership Secretary. (Seconded) All in favor. Motion : Motion for recording secretary to cast 1 vote for all unopposed positions. (Seconded) All in favor. Volunteers were taken for the following appointed positions: Sergeant At Arms, Recording Secretary, Legislative Liaison, Public Relations Officer, Safety Officer, Road Captain, Newsletter Editor, Webmaster, Chaplain, Products Officer, Distribution and Photographer. Old Business Motorcycle Only Checkpoints: On 9/28, a motorcycle only checkpoint was set up at exit 66 of the LIE. This checkpoint happened to be only 2.5 miles before the LIE exit for the large Land and Sea Motorcycle Run for Autism, which began at police headquarters in Yaphank. Lorenzo posted about this checkpoint on facebook. Within 20 minutes of learning about this, LI ABATE, also posted on facebook, ed all LI ABATE members and notified the presidents of the motorcycle clubs. We have learned that approximately 134 motorcycles were stopped and 57 tickets were written. (LI ABATE will be in Suffolk County Traffic Court on 12/1, the court appearance date on these tickets.) Jim wrote a letter to Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone and subsequently met with him on 9/30 about this issue. Jim also met with the new 36

37 Chief of Police and the Chief Deputy County Executive. He presented them with a packet outlining LI ABATE s objection to these checkpoints, past testimony at the Suffolk County Legislature regarding motorcycle only checkpoints and the past agreement to stop them. LI ABATE s position is that there MUST be probable cause for a motorcyclist to be pulled over, and not be pulled over just for riding a motorcycle. Both the Chief of Police, Jim Burke, and the Chief Deputy County Executive understood LI ABATE s position, and promised to work together to put an end to motorcycle only checkpoints. LI ABATE has been attending the arraignments and proceedings of those people who were involved in causing motorcycle accidents. We are lobbying elected officials to put pressure on the district attorney to increase charges and penalties in effort to hold drivers accountable. In the proceedings for Jacklynn Barkey, the driver who hit John Pesce, Jacklynn remains in jail since the July incident. She allegedly circumvented the breathalyzer lock in her car and was driving drunk at the time of the accident. The next court proceeding in this case will be December Cohalan Court Complex, Central Islip, in D-31 Judge Comacho. In the proceedings of Jason Monet, the driver who hit Sid / Enders MC, misdemeanor charges have been upgraded to 3 felonies. The next court proceeding in this case will be December Cohalan Court Complex, Central Islip, in D-31 Judge Comacho. Members, please check s, facebook, etc. for dates and locations of these proceedings and attend if at all possible. The presence by LI ABATE has been noticed by the district attorney in these cases. A strong presence from the motorcycle community is warranted in order for these cases not to be taken lightly and to hold these drivers fully accountable for their actions. NYS C.O.I.R., Coalition Of Independent Riders, is a registry of s in which you would be notified of issues relating to motorcycling and can take action, via , phone call, etc. to political officials. COIR is currently active in 37 states. All LI ABATE members are automatically registered in NYS COIR, as agreed upon at a previous membership meeting. If you object to being part of this data base, please let us know. You don t have to ride a motorcycle to be a part of COIR. It is for all who are concerned about the rights of motorcyclists. To register go to and write that you wish to register. Also like us on facebook at New York COIR. Only your address will be added to the registry. Not your name, address, or anything else. St. Mary s Food and Toy Run: Unfortunately it was a cold and very windy day and we had a low turnout, approximately 150 motorcycles. Through the generosity of the motorcycle community, however, we were still able to fill 2 pick-up trucks with food and toys, and collect $2,000 in donations Guest Speaker Motorcycle Mike, Personal Injury Attorney, spends a lot of time lobbying for an increase in minimum liability coverage. Mike states that 90% of motorcyclists do not have adequate insurance coverage. Motorcyclists do not have no-fault insurance coverage and must look toward their personal health insurance policy if they do get hurt in a motorcycle accident. Mike will speak again at a future membership meeting about the declaration page of insurance policies to help members determine if they have adequate insurance. He also stresses that it is important to have uninsured motorist coverage. 37

38 New Business Our thoughts are with the following people: Pete, Sgt At Arms of Hells Angels MC, whose brother Joey recently passed away, Mark of the Hibernian Riders, whose mother passed away, Sue Grube, who recently lost her leg in a motorcycle accident, and new member Mike, who lost his leg in a motorcycle accident last month. (A fundraiser will be held for Mike 11/16, Red River In. $20 advance donation, $25 at the door, includes food, music, door prizes, 50/50, chili tasting, etc.) New Meeting Location: There will be no December membership meeting. Meetings, beginning January 2015, will be at the Lake Ronkonkoma Fire Department, corner of Portion Road and Hawkins Avenue (brick bldg on the corner). LI ABATE Run / Event List December 13 Holiday Party at the Red River In will again be free to all LI ABATE members. There will be free food and drink specials. Music provided by Yankee Rebel. Products will be available for purchase. Club News Red Knights: 11/23 Teddy Bear Run. Registration Terryville Fire Dept., Jayne Blvd., Pt. Jeff Station, KSU 12:00. Bring a new teddy bear! Riders $15 / passengers $15. Escorted ride ends for lunch at Ladakins, Montauk Hwy, Moriches. LI HOG: 11/30 Annual Toy Run for Little Flower Children and Family Services. Registration begins Babylon Town Hall, Sunrise Hwy, Lindenhurst. KSU 12 noon, ride to Little Flower, Wading River Rushing Wind Biker Church: 12/6 Blood Drive / Scholarship church from 12:00 5:00. Am Vets: Coat Drive DJ Joey: chooses a handicapped child and buys everything on that child s wish list. He dresses up as Santa, and delivers toys to the child / family. Donations are gratefully accepted. Open Floor Don Gomo attended a symposium about motorcycle safety. He spoke about a naturalistic study on how motorcyclists act / react in various situations. This study involves cameras which are mounted in a variety of locations on 100 motorcycles. It will be interesting to learn about the results of this study. 50/50: $140 to the winner. Half of tonight s winnings were donated to DJ Joey s toy drive. Motion : Motion to adjourn. (Seconded) All in favor. Meeting adjourned at 9:10. 38

39 Dear Members, This is YOUR newsletter so I will fill it with all the information, articles, pictures and fun stuff that you send me. If you have something you want added to our calendar in the newsletter, please let me know. I will be doing two months at a time as you will see in this edition. The Board spoke about advertisements, and there will be a charge if you want to advertise in the newsletter. Thank you to all who take pictures and load them on Facebook!! I try to find flyers to all the events, but I do apologize if your flyer doesn t make it. it to me or message me on FB and I will definitely get it in here.. Mailings: Our newsletter will be paperless. So every month you will be sent an with a link to the newsletter when it gets posted on our website at Please let me know if you cannot open it or don t get the about it, and I will help you. It will also be posted on Facebook on our two pages. Do to it being very expensive, we can no longer print and mail the newsletters out to the membership. Advertisements: If you are interested in advertising your business in our newsletter, please get in touch with our 2 nd Vice President Stavros at for information. The prices are on the last page of the newsletter.. Please me your advertisements. Thank you Jr. Membership: There is a Jr. Membership page, and if you have children/grandchildren, I encourage you to print out the page so they can color it and submit it for a coloring contest. This will be in every newsletter. Jr. Member Sophie Greenseich runs these pages. The winner gets a Carvel Gift Card.. Flyers and Events: If you would like your events listed on our calendar, or have a flyer to submit, please it to me at Please get it to me before the month of your event. There will be a fee if your flyer is listed more than once. WANTED Motorcycle Clubs and Organizations: Your story and history about your Patch and how it all got started!! Your Submissions: Please feel free to send in pictures, funny cartoons, stories, ideas for the newsletter. I am open for all suggestions, comments, complaints. If you have a bike or parts for sale, I can list that. If you would like your own column on household tips, recipes, or great riding places to go to, concert info, or a community service thing going on, please contact me. Thank you and Ride Like the Wind!! Nancy Gee Editor Long Island ABATE Monthly Newsletter

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