American bikers aimed toward education

Matthew Schroeder
Dixie ABATE's State Director

To find out more info on Matthew go the bio page



Donate to either:

Dixie ABATE Awareness and Education
(Donations to this 501(c)(3) nonprofit are tax deductible)


Donate To Dixie ABATE, Inc (Donations to this 501(c)(4) nonprofit are not tax deductible)



Just part of the line of motorcycles participating in Dixie ABATE's 2014 Ride to the Capitol

Dixie ABATE’s fourth annual Ride to the Capitol for Motorcycle Awareness is April 18, 2015

This is an important ride.  We show Montgomery that we are a united force, intent on doing our part to make the road safer for us.  We expect for motorists to do their part.  We expect lawmakers to do their part as well.  We have an eye on everything.  We are everywhere in the state.
If you don’t do anything else for us or with us this year, please come and do this.  It is a very short and straight ride – about eight miles from the Walmart parking lot at 6495 Atlanta Highway, Montgomery, to the steps of the state house downtown.  This ride is police escorted.  Please show up by 10:30.  KSU at 11:30 sharp.
Once at the state house, we will hear four speakers.  You will come away with a new pride in the unity that only riders share, and you will understand more about the challenges and opportunities we face.
For more information, call Kris Cook at 205-617-9944 or email: kcook@dixieabate.org

See you there!

If you are checking this website for the first time, it will be obvious to you that the website is not updated in anything remotely approaching a timely fashion.  That doesn’t mean we aren’t doing anything!  It just means that the person who is responsible for keeping the website updated is also the person who has a full time job, is in charge of newsletters, membership, the treasury, and communications.  She also is a full time caregiver for an elder with dementia.  There are only 24 hours in a day, so the website usually goes begging.  Rest assured that Dixie ABATE is alive and active.  And if you would like to take on the job of website manager, please contact Kris Cook at kcook@dixieabate.org.



Dixie ABATE of Alabama is a state motorcylists' rights organization (SMRO) dedicated to preserving individual freedom while promoting safety. We fully support rider training, including safety and educational programs, as well as motorcycle awareness education for all automobile drivers.
We are an active and dynamic organization, run by real people who are always ready to hear what you have to say. You can hit the Feedback button on this website and send us a message. We all work when we have to and ride when we can, and we can always use your help and participation. Let us know if you have any questions. Join us as we work toward uniting Alabama's riders so that we can help educate everyone who drives Alabama's roads and also keep an eye on Alabama's laws as they pertain to motorcycles and motorcycling.
We are gaining membership every week. Join our facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/home.php?sk=group_181636211898 so you can keep up on what we're up to.

When it looks like we aren't doing anything, it doesn't mean that you have wasted your membership dues. Dixie ABATE is like the dragon sleeping on the treasure pile at the foot of the mountain. The dragon is still, but every would-be trespasser and thief knows he's there and respects his power. He doesn't have to blow fire all the time because of his strength and his potential for mayhem. We are only the powerful protector of rider freedom when we have the support of every rider in the state. Sportbike, adventure, and dirty riders, don't leave it to the middle-aged cruiser riders to carry the weight for you.
You ride too, and you have rights that are your responsibility to protect.

If you are not already a member of our forum, (see the "forum" button at the top of this page) please register and join the ongoing discussion. We parse the news, spice it up with plenty of argument and opinion, discuss everything under the sun related to motorcycling, and support one another as only bikers can. We post videos we find and put up pictures from our rides and meetings. We need your voice, too. Once you register, you will have to be approved, which could take a few hours. If you haven't received your approval within a day or two, email Kris at kcook@dixieabate.org.



















Meeting notes

Feb 02, 2015


Meeting Information

Come to one of our meetings! We have so much to discuss. For information, email
Kris Cook at kcook@dixieabate.org