The 2021 A.B.A.T.E of Minnesota State Rally Need-To-Know:
The A.B.A.T.E. Rally is one of several events hosted by the ABATE MN. The multi-day event features live music, great food, places for camping, and a huge communal bonfire. This highly anticipated event is usually attended by thousands of bikers from around the country.
Meeker Country Fairgrounds Get Directions/Map Your Ride
September 3rd - 6th, 2021
Vehicle Entry Fees:
All Motorcycles are FREE, $40.00 non-motorcycle parking on grounds (no re-entry)-- Also, free parking across the street from the front gate.
Buy a $20 Membership, Get a $20 Day Pass!
Overview of What to Expect:
- Friday Night: Fast Truck
- Saturday Night: Tommy Rexx Freakshow and Jack Russell's Great White
- Sunday: Lady Luck
8:00 am Rally officially starts
8:00 pm Fast Track takes the stage
7:00 - 11:00 am VFW Breakfast at the 4H Building
9:30 am Memorial ride lineup
9:30 am Memorial service & bike blessing
10:00 am Memorial ride departs
11:30 am Tattoo Contest/Chili Contest
1:00 - 5:00 pm Motorcycle Sled Pull qualifying
3:00 pm Fashion Show
5:00 pm MRF fundraiser
7:00 pm Tommy Rexx takes the stage
8:21 pm Rally Raffle drawing
10:00 pm Great White takes the stage following the end of the band Wet T-shirt contest
7:00 - 11:00 am VFW Breakfast at the 4H building
9:00 am Memorial Service
10:00 am Bike Show
12:30 pm Bike Games & Motorcycle Sled Pulls
7:00 pm Lady Luck takes the stage
Valid ID Required. No one under 18 is allowed. Free admission for active military personnel. Weapons, fireworks, shitty attitudes, racing, pets/animals not permitted. Entertainment is subject to change.
About ABATE of Minnesota
"American Bikers for Awareness, Training, and Education (A.B.A.T.E.) of Minnesota is a not-for-profit, grassroots organization that is committed to educating motorcyclists and the general public about motorcycling.
ABATE seeks to promote the positive aspects of motorcycling and strives to protect the rights of motorcyclists by being involved in the local, state, and national political process. Safer motorcycling, reducing accidents and fatalities can be best accomplished by education and training of both the motorcyclists and the general public not necessarily through additional legislation." -A.B.A.T.E MN Website