Sky Valley ABATE

Dedicated to Freedom of the Road


Welcome to Sky Valley ABATE!

Ride a bike? Come say “hello”

We are the local chapter of ABATE, the leading riders rights organization in the United States of America.

Sky Valley are founders and organizers of the Sky Valley Antique and Classic Motorcycle show, formerly known as the Old Snohomish Bike Show since 1996.

Between the show, various events and parties through the year, we have a serious mission; to ensure that motorcycling is kept free and accessible to everyone. So if you want to be sure that it’s YOU, the rider, and not some faceless ‘suit’, who decides what you ride and how you ride it, then come get involved in ABATE.


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Sky Valley Chapter of ABATE (A Brotherhood against totalitarian enactments) who puts on the Classic and Antique Motorcycle show in Snohomish every year gave back to Snohomish on Tuesday the 7th. From the profits of the bike show ABATE gave Elizabeth Grant (executive director of the Snohomish food bank) and Bob Dvorak (executive director of Snohomish Senior center) checks totaling $2,000.00. Attending the presentation was police chief John Flood who has been of great help bringing back the motorcycle show to Snohomish, and continues to asset ABATE in there endeavor to make the show bigger and better than the previous years. In the back room of the Snohomish Eagles club Rod Hobelman handed $600.00 to the director of the senior center, and $1400.00 to the director of the food bank. Rod is the coordinator for Sky Valley chapter of ABATE. Who for the last 19 years has been involved in bringing the bike show to Snohomish. Sky Valley also helps families out at Thanksgiving, and Christmas, that would normally not have either of those holiday's with out there help. Sky Valley is also responsible for the Delta run that benefits head trauma victims, and there family's. So the next time you hear the rumble of motorcycles and see the ABATE flag proudly flying off the back of Rod's bike, know they’re there for more than just a ride. These are the kind of people that make our community great! Good work guys!