CBA of Raleigh

Freedom is not a spectator sport!

 

 


Welcome, and thank you for visiting the Raleigh Chapter of the Concerned Bikers Association / ABATE of NC. Our organization encourages all motorcyclists to become politically aware, to become involved in the legislative process by registering to vote, actively corresponding with their legislators on important issues and volunteering to assist individuals running for elective office who support their views and concerns.

The Concerned Bikers Association is YOUR State Motorcyclists Rights Organization.  If you love to ride and care about your freedom and safety on the road, then you are invited to join us.  We are a statewide grassroots political organization that fights for the rights of all motorcyclists.  We work to promote fair motorcycle legislation, to prevent and repeal unfair legislation, and to eliminate prejudicial and discriminatory practices against motorcyclists.  We also have a Motorcycle Safety & Awareness Program, which we teach in Driver Education Classes around the state to promote accident prevention.

Get involved, be a part of the solution - Freedom is NOT a spectator sport!

Meeting Times
CBA of Raleigh meets the 1st Thursday of Every Month at Locked and Loaded Bar & Grill at 305 McCormick St, Garner @ 7 pm and the 3rd Sunday of Every Month at the BBQ Lodge at 4600 Capital Blvd. Raleigh @ 5 pm.
Come Join Us! 

 

Membership Rates

Individual
1 year: $20
3 years: $60
5 years: $100
Lifetime: $100
 
Couple
1 year: $30
3 years: $90
5 years: $150
Lifetime: $150 
 
 
*Lifetime Memberships available after five consecutive years of membership 
 
Junior memberships free to anyone under the age of 16 
 
New members 16-29 years old first year is FREE!

For more Information on Memberships:
Please Call: (919) 215-4910

 
Note: You must print the application and send in your payment by mail. We are working on an online payment system. Sorry for the inconvenience.



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