A Brotherhood Against Totalitarian Enactments

  • Join other leather-clad legislative warriors to preserve your rights as a biker!

    Join us for Lobby Day each January, and let your voice be heard with your representatives.
  • Join a caring community of bikers

    We give to deserving organizations like the Julie Valentine Center
  • Enjoy fellowship, toy runs, education and much more

    with your fellow Greenville bikers
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25th Annual Paine Memorial Run Shirt Pre-sale thru March 12th
25th Annual Paine Memorial Run Shirt Pre-sale thru March 12th

Please place your order for the 25th Annual Paine Run Shirt.

All Orders must be completed by 5pm on March 12th. If you have any questions, please contact Bubbles or Michael Duckett. You can Message Bubbles on Messenger through our FB page.

***** There is a $2.00 PayPal processing fee included in the price of the shirts to help off set that cost As we do not mark these shirts up for gain. You do not have to be a member of PayPal to complete transaction.

If you want to pay cash, please contact Michael and make arrangements.

As always, thank you all for your continued support of the Greenville Chapter, ABATE OF SC


ABATE of South Carolina, Greenville County Chapter

A Brotherhood Against Totalitarian Enactments

ABATE is a motorcycists' rights organization dedicated to preserving individual liberties and biker rights.

ABATE works to increase motorcycle awareness among all motorists and supports voluntary rider safety training.

ABATE works to educate concerned citizens on how to effectively impact the legislative process.

ABATE encourages bikers to become politically active in their communities.

ABATE is non-partisan and welcomes all riders and friends of liberty.

ABATE works closely with other state chapters and national motorcycle rights organizations throughout the country such as the National Coalition of Motorcyclists, Motorcycle Riders Foundation, and American Motorcycle Association

ABATE sponsors various benefits, events and runs.


Helmet Law Support Rally 2005