stop ridin 'em is a campaign to encourage the absence of riding motorcycles in order to saves lives. Too many motorcyclist have died, been maimed, and destroyed others' lives through motorcycle accidents.
Reckless driving, driving in unsafe weather conditions, refusal of available safety protection, driving while under the influence, speeding, excessive noise pollution, and gangs are just a few of the many items that will be eliminated with the stop of motorcycle usage.
stop ridin 'em will run a national advertising campaign through the use of road side billboards, yard signs, t-shirts, and bumper stickers. Most of the cost will be that of the road side billboards. On average they rent for $500.00 to $8,000.00 a month, which varies with where and how many people actually view it. Of course a busy highway would cost more than a freeway that only sees ten cars a day. Besides that, you have to pay for making the actual design and putting it up, which would run between $480.00 to $1,000.00. Adding that together: $880 to $9,000 a month. http://www.affordablebillboards.com/
Funding is sought to offset the cost of advertising.
Your contribution is desperately needed. If you can encourage one motorcyclist from riding a motorcycle, you can greatly reduce the chance of another motorcycle accident. This sounds simple and stop ridin 'em is sounding the alarm to wake up those that have not even thought of the alternative to stop riding motorcycles.