This year’s theme is “Dia de los Muertos” (Day of the Dead)
Boogie with your friends at ABATE!
It’s time to let loose, be yourself, hang out with your biker buddies, and have one hell of a time! Join us for a “Dia de los Muertos-themed” Boogie. It’s going to be four days of not worrying about anything but having a great time! Where else can you let down your hair (if you have it) or let other things down, kick back with “family” and not worry about offending someone? The Boogie, of course!
Join us for a kick-ass good time!
The Boogie is open to everyone, but it’s not for everyone, and it’s always a great time!
Join us for a weekend of fun with your biker brothers and sisters at ABATE of Indiana!
The Boogie® (the Midwest’s Best Biker Fest) is a fundraising event and all proceeds support the endeavors of ABATE of Indiana
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Gates open at 8:00 AM, Thursday, July 20, and will remain open throughout the event and close at 11:00 AM, Sunday, July 23.
99 Moore Lane,
Call us at 800-23-ABATE, or 317-422-8040 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
About ABATE of Indiana
MISSION STATEMENT: ABATE (American Bikers Aimed Toward Education) of Indiana is a not-for-profit, safety, educational, charitable, and advocacy motorcyclist organization. Its aims are to promote safety, protect rights and help others.
ABATE of Indiana is the nation’s largest state motorcyclists’ rights organization. ABATE has a full-time staff, 350 volunteer officers, and over 100 certified safety instructors, dedicated to serving the interests of all motorcyclists.
[ABATE of Indiana was officially started on June 25, 1975]
ABATE of Indiana has been the driving force in making May “Motorcycle Safety and Awareness Month” and is responsible for the distribution of over 600,000 bumper stickers promoting motorcycle awareness.
In 1976 ABATE was responsible for the repeal of the state’s mandatory helmet law and continues to defend the equal rights of motorcyclists – preserving their freedom of choice. ABATE of Indiana believes education, not legislation, is the key to creating a safer environment for motorcycling.
In addition to promoting motorcycle safety and education, ABATE has also been involved with collecting money for charities and those in need. Over the years, ABATE has raised over $4,250,000 for the Muscular Dystrophy Association, tons of food and truckloads of toys are donated each year at Christmas time, through toy collection programs. In addition, ABATE has contributed over $70,000 to community charities and has been instrumental in raising over $6,700,000 for Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis.
Please consider getting involved and joining ABATE of Indiana today!