Riding Out Winter Party at American Serb Hall in Milwaukee
UPDATE: A big thank you to all who turned out Saturday for ABATE of Wisconsin's "Riding Out Winter" Party at American Serb Hall.
Hundreds turned out to support the efforts of the Lobbing group that aims to create awareness of motorcycle right and safety and sharing the road.
The money raised through ticket sales and raffle items will keep local programs going throughout the year.
Programs that are aimed at breaking down stereotypes and creating a spirit of cooperation on the roads.
"Now as spring time comes, please look twice, save a life," said Tiger Beyer of ABATE Wisconsin. "Look out for that motorcycle and everyone on the road. Pay attention to that car you're driving."
The weather is changing just in time for the Riding Out Winter Party sponsored by motorcycle rights group ABATE of Wisconsin.
This is a chance to celebrate Milwaukee's rich history built on the success of motorcycles.
Proceeds will help the grass roots lobbying group ABATE continue its outreach to guard safety of everyone who uses the roads.
The Winter Party starts at 5 p.m. February 25th and goes until midnight.
Serb Hall is located at 5101 W. Oklahoma Avenue.
There is a free shuttle service to and from the Comfort Suites Hotels at 94 and College.
Admission is $12 in advance and $15 at the door.
The ticket includes beer, soda and live music.
The Sociables will perform again this year with special guest "The Gristle-Man" Greg Koch.
A limited number of chicken dinners are available from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m. for an additional $4 donation.
For advance tickets call (414) 774-6959.
Law officers Hupy and Abraham and Carlson, Blau & Clemens are also contributing to make the event a success.
Bikers rights are shaping up to be a key issue in the year ahead.
Tiger Beyer and Dave Charlebois with ABATE were special lives guests on the CBS 58 News at 4.
Their interview is attached to this story.