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RUMBLINGS is your two wheel resource for everything on two wheels and sometimes three! We search the country every week for current stories that can impact local riders everywhere. This is an informative and interactive source for our listeners as we ask you to get involved!!! Tune in every Tuesday at 7PM for Two Wheel Tuesdays and make sure your voice is heard! Call us up at the station anytime to ask Ned anything about laws that affect our rights as riders, 678-765-7819
Ned Williams, is the DIRECTOR of ABATE of Georgia. He has been turning wrenches on every form of internal combustion engine since he was old enough to discern English from metric socket sizes. During the day, Ned works in Information Technology, when he has his own time Ned turns wrenches on a Jeep, a Nissan and Lincoln, Honda (the 2wheeled variety) and Yamaha and my primary two wheeled ride a Buell XB9R.
What is ABATE?
“ABATE” is an acronym for American Bikers Active Toward Education
ABATE is composed of motorcyclists from all areas of the state, from all walks of life, and who ride all makes of bikes. ABATE is not a club, it is a politically active organization working on motorcyclist’s rights. Anyone that is interested in preserving their right to ride is welcome. And while we are a non-profit organization, they are not a charity. They are affiliated with national rights groups like the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA), the Motorcycle Riders Foundation (MRF) and the National Coalition of Motorcyclists (NCOM).
Their main focus is to keep motorcycle legislation in its proper perspective. Many restrictive laws are enacted by uninformed legislators. ABATE’s goal is to keep our lawmakers informed of our members collective position on Motorcycle related legislation. Preventing unfair legislation from becoming law is easier than fighting to get the law repealed.