The New Hampshire Motorcyclists’ Rights Organization (NHMRO) was founded in
February of 1975 by a group of men and women who felt that their way of life and
freedoms were being systematically taken away.

NHMRO was incorporated as a non-profit organization, under the laws of the State
of New Hampshire and the Internal Revenue tax codes, for the sole purpose of
restoring certain freedoms lost and retaining freedoms that had not yet been
tampered with through education.
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NHMRO recognizes the businesses that sponsor us through
contributions and donations.

We ask that you consider these businesses when looking
for their type of sales or service!
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NHMRO by broadcasting Public
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regarding motorcycling safety in
the state of New Hampshire.  
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NHMRO recognizes the businesses that support us through various
contributions of their services,  products and discounts.   We are listing
the businesses here area  token of our appreciation for a period of time.  
We ask that you consider these businesses when looking for their type of
sales or service!
Manchester Harley Davidson
115 John E Devine Drive Manchester, NH
Northeast Motorcycle Expo & Kev-Marv Productions
Deerhead Sportsmen's Club
314 Londonderry Tkpe (Rt 28 bypass)
Hooksett, NH
Lafayette Press Inc.
455 Hayward St.
Manchester, NH 03103
Older Bikers Riding Club -Northern MA Chapter or
Deerfield Leathers -NHMRO Members receive 10% off list price
393 US St. 9 Franklin Pierce Hwy - Barrington, NH
Artie's Electric
72 Chester Turnpike, Hooksett NH
HK PowerSports
1354 Hooksett Rd, Hooksett NH
September 11th 1:00 sharp -
details to follow

NHMRO September General
Date:  September 18th
1:30 Sharp
NH HVAC Systems, Inc.

5 Eastpoint Drive, Unit 14
Hooksett, NH 03106

For members who would like to renew
their membership through postal mail,
send your name, membership number,
email and a check made out to NHMRO
for the appropriate amount;
$20/individual or $30/couple to:

PO Box 3151
Manchester, NH 03105-3151
PO Box 3151
Manchester, NH
Motorcycles of Manchester
98 Willow Street . Manchester NH .
Dave Kelley, Jack
Hayes and Ed Hughes
May you all rest in
It is with a very heavy heart that
NHMRO announces that we have
lost 3 special men in our
organization's history.

Dave Kelley, 1st President and
Lifelong Legislative Director
passed on 7/4/2016.  This
weekend, there will be a Bike Run
in Dave’s honor on Sunday, July
31st, leaving the MPC Getaway
Lounge on Franklin St. in
Manchester at 11:00 a.m. and will
end at the Deerhead Sportsmen’s
Club where there will be a
Celebration of Life for Dave
starting at 1:00.

Jack Hayes, NHMRO Treasurer for
35 years, passed on 7/14/2016.
He was yet another man that gave
unselfishly to our organization.   

Ed Hughes, was a lifelong
Legislative Director of NHMRO as
well as Past President.  Ed had
stepped back from his duties, but
always held NHMRO in his heart.

NHMRO will have memorial stickers
available and will be ordering some
patches as well.