MRF Road Show 2023 - Michigan & Kentucky

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MRF Road Show 2023 - Michigan & Kentucky

 

 

 
 
 
 

 

January 19, 2023

MRF Road Show 2023

 
 
 

 

The start of a new year means many state motorcyclist rights organizations are holding their annual meetings. The Motorcycle Riders Foundation (MRF) is always honored to be invited to attend and present at these events across the country. This weekend representatives from the MRF were in Michigan and Kentucky discussing the MRF’s 2022 accomplishments in Washington, D.C. and our goals for 2023.

These meetings are a great opportunity to share with riders around the country some of the things we are working on. We discussed our victories on issues like motorcyclist profiling and autonomous vehicles as well as work we have ahead of us on things like the Motorcyclist Advisory Council. While many of the attendees at these events are MRF members some are not, so educating bikers about the MRF is an important part of these presentations.  

In Lansing, Michigan the ABATE of Michigan event was joined by Congressman Tim Walberg. Congressman Walberg is the Co-Chair of the House Motorcycle Caucus, the 2017 MRF Legislative Champion of the Year and a longtime Michigan motorcyclist. These meetings are a great opportunity to share with riders around the country some of the things we are working on. We discussed our victories on issues like motorcyclist profiling and autonomous vehicles as well as work we have ahead of us on things like the Motorcyclist Advisory Council. While many of the attendees at these events are MRF members some are not, so educating bikers about the MRF is an important part of these presentations.  

 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 

 

The KMA/KBA’s Freedom Fighter’s Forum in Bowling Green, Kentucky was attended by Congressman Brett Guthrie.  Congressman Guthrie is a member of the powerful Energy and commerce Committee which has jurisdiction of important government agencies to motorcyclists like the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. In addition to Congressman Guthrie state officials were in attendance as well. The Kentucky Secretary of State, Attorney General, Auditor and half a dozen candidates for governor all made appearances. What an impressive collection of elected officials from the Bluegrass State!

In the coming weeks look for more alerts and photos of the “2023 MRF Road Show.” If we’re in your state make sure to come up and say hi, we love meeting MRF members!

 

 
 
 
 

 

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