24th Annual Motorcycle Safety Awareness Rally and Run in Buffalo

by | May 2nd, 2014

May has been named “Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month” to help prevent accidents involving two-wheeled vehicles. That’s why the Buffalo motorcycle accident lawyers with William Mattar Law Offices would like to let western New York motorcycle enthusiasts know about a kickoff event aimed at raising awareness about motorcycle safety in the area.

The 24th Annual Motorcycle Safety & Awareness Rally and Run will take place this coming Saturday, May 3. A press release from the Erie County Clerk’s Office explains the event will begin at 10 a.m., with motorcyclists gathering at the Rath Building in downtown Buffalo. Several local leaders will speak about the importance of motorcycle safety in western New York and what riders and motorists can both do to reduce accidents.

Following the speeches, motorcyclists will ride through town in an effort to raise motorcycle awareness. The ride will conclude at JD’s Smokin Grill ‘N Bar on Ridge Road.

The event is being sponsored by the Erie County Chapter of American Bikers Aimed Toward Education (ABATE) and is free to all who wish to join.

William Mattar and his team of Buffalo personal injury lawyers believe in the importance of promoting motorcycle safety and encourage bikers and bike enthusiasts to come out in support of a great cause this weekend!