Welcome to The New Hampshire Motorcyclists' Rights Organization

General Membership Meeting

 Sunday , May 12th 1:30pm

The Steakhouse at Christmas Island

644 Weirs Blvd, Laconia, NH

Last Meeting Before Summer Break

New Hampshire


Traci Beaurivage - NHMRO President - MRF State Rep

 We are excited to have some new avenues opened up to us as an organization. Please come to our meeting in April to hear more about them!   As we all look forward to Riding Season, I just want to remind everyone to RIDE SMART! Last year there were more fatalities than the past couple of years and we want to turn that around.   I urge all of you to get involved with our Organization, even if only once in a while, and also join MRF (Motorcycle Riders Foundation) our national voice!   I would also like to thank all of our sponsors and our 100 percent clubs! If you know someone who is not a member please urge them to check us out on our website. RIDE SMART and Ride Free!! 


If you are a motorcyclist

 Please do all of your fellow riders a favor and respond to this call of action!!
For Immediate Release
March 26, 2019
House of Representatives Introduced a Resolution Addressing Motorcyclist Profiling 

 Today champions of the motorcyclist community in the House of  Representatives introduced a resolution addressing motorcyclist  profiling. The resolution (H. Res. 255) has three key points:

(1) promoting increased public awareness on the issue of motorcyclist profiling;
 (2) encouraging collaboration and communication with the motorcycle  community and law enforcement to engage in efforts to end motorcycle  profiling; and
(3) urging State law enforcement officials to include  statements condemning motorcyclist profiling in written policies and  training materials.

The Motorcycle Riders Foundation (MRF)  applauds Congressman Walberg (R-MI), Congressman Peterson (D-MN),  Congressman Burgess (R-TX) and Congressman Pocan (D-WI) for introducing  this bipartisan resolution in the House of Representatives. These four  Members of Congress introduced an identical bill in the last Congress  which garnered 37 cosponsors but unfortunately failed to reach the House  floor for a vote. 

While the previous effort in the House  failed, the United States Senate, in December 2018 passed an identical  resolution regarding motorcyclist profiling. The MRF was proud to take a  leading role in passing this Senate anti-profiling resolution. The  United States Senate is now on record calling for the end of  motorcyclist profiling. 

The MRF is committed to working with the  state motorcycle rights organizations (SMROs), coalitions, COC’s, the  Motorcycle Profiling Project (MPP), the National Council of Clubs  (NCOC), the National Coalition of Motorcyclists (NCOM), and independent  riders to advance H. Res. 255. 

President of the MRF, Kirk  ‘Hardtail’ Willard, stated “We once again thank Congressmen Walberg,  Peterson, Burgess and Pocan for their leadership on this important  issue. Motorcyclists in every state are impacted by profiling and we  appreciate these Congressmen bringing the issue before the House of  Representatives.”

To ask your U.S. House of Representative to cosponsor H. Res. 255, please take action at the link below:

Help End Motrcycle Profiling

H.Res. 255 NH Targeted effort


As you know, we are  making a push to have H.Res. 255 moved and passed during this Congress.   Over the past week, we have come up with a system to help us identify  U.S. Representatives as good targets to be a co-sponsor for the  profiling resolution.  We ranked the entire House of Representatives on  the following categories: Former co-sponsors, house motorcycle caucus  members, judiciary committee members, received ten letters from the Call  to Action and the Top 10 states identified in the latest Motorcycle  Profiling Project survey.  We hope that you will help us target the  following people to get them to co-sponsor H.Res. 255.  If we have not  identified someone within these categories, please let me know and we  will have them added to our list.





115 Co Sponser

Motorcycle Caucus

Judiciary Committee

Over 10 Letters

Top 10 States MPP





We  are still asking that you share the current CQ engagement link with the  people in your state to get them to send a letter to their elected  official to become a co-sponsor.  You can share the call to action on  our facebook page or use the following link to direct them to the call  to action.

To date, 13 letters have been sent from your state asking for co-sponsors for the profiling resolution.

If  your state is planning to attend Bikers Inside the Beltway on May 21,  2019, we are encouraging you to please schedule appointments while you  are in town with the office above.  We will be putting out contact lists  next week with the information on the scheduler in each Congressional  office.

If  you have any questions or concerns about the targeted effort for H.Res.  255, please send me an email or call me in the office at (202)  546-0983.

Ride Free,


Tiffany Cipoletti

Director of Operations

Motorcycle Riders Foundation

2221 S. Clark Street

Arlington, VA 22202

Phone: (202) 546-0983

2019 Motorcycle Profiling survey

Toy Run renamed in memory of longtime leader

NHMRO Joanne Packard Memorial Toy Run


The New Hampshire Motorcyclists Rights Organization is naming  its annual Toy Run in memory of a Londonderry woman who helped start  the event and ran it for decades.

Joanne Packard died in  September, one week after hundreds of motorcyclists rode from Concord to  Manchester loaded with toys to donate to the New Hampshire Union Leader  Santa Fund for The Salvation Army for the 36th straight year.

Fittingly,  the New Hampshire Motorcyclists Rights Organization (NHMRO) board of  directors voted to attach Packard’s name to the cause she loved so  dearly.

“We  just felt it was the right thing to do because she was so instrumental  in starting it and making it what it has become,” said Traci Beaurivage,  NHMRO president.

So next fall when hundreds of bikers gather in  Concord for the annual drive to Manchester, they’ll be taking part in  the Joanne Packard Memorial Toy Run. “It’s still our (NHMRO) toy run,  but we want it named after Joanne.”

The move had wide support from  anyone who knew Packard, whose husband, Sherm, was a founding member of  NHMRO. He was touched to learn of the gesture.

“She was just that  type of a person. She wanted to help other people and make sure that no  kid went without toys at Christmas,” Sherm Packard said Monday of his  late wife.

Packard, who has served 14 terms in the New Hampshire  House of Representatives, said the toy run was one of many causes his  wife of 52 years held dearly. She also served on the board of directors  for a local soup kitchen for nine years and contributed whenever or  whatever she could to many other causes.

“She was just an  absolutely amazing person when it came to trying to do everything she  could to help those that were a little less fortunate than we were,”  Packard said. “It wasn’t just kids. Obviously she loved kids and wanted  to do everything she could to make sure kids were happy, but she just  wanted to help people.”

Although he gets the credit, Packard said  Joanne was also instrumental in establishing NHMRO; she got the idea for  the toy run after hearing of similar events in other states.

“It  started a little bit small, but then it blossomed into a major event  every year in the state of New Hampshire,” Packard said.

In years  when the weather has cooperated, Packard said as many as 1,000 bikers  would take part in the toy run, each of them toting stuffed animals,  board games or other gifts for kids that would be given to the Salvation  Army when the ride ended in the Union Leader parking lot.

“I know  it’s been a major help to the Salvation Army and their toy drive,”  Packard said. “We’ve collected a lot of toys over the years for needy  kids in the state of New Hampshire.”

Each year, the Salvation Army  would load a trailer with a stash of toys to be distributed through the  Santa Fund closer to Christmas.

Organizing  the ride could be time-consuming and challenging, but Packard said his  wife always felt it was worthwhile when wave after wave of bikes entered  the parking lot and the riders lined up with arms full of toys.

“She  had been involved with it from the whole time it was in existence and  she had literally run it for over 20 years,” he said. “Every time it was  over, she was just so happy that so many people showed up and so many  people donated toys to help the kids.”

Beaurivage said NHRMO is  also donating about $4,000 in cash raised at this year’s toy run to the  Salvation Army in memory of Joanne Packard.

Packard, who died  Sept. 16 at Lahey Clinic in Burlington, Mass., started turning over the  toy run organization duties a few years ago.

Betty Rock, her successor, said Joanne was a tremendous help and mentor whose name deserves to be part of the toy run.

“She  would be thrilled. A wonderful woman — absolutely wonderful woman.  Can’t say anything bad about her. She was fantastic to work with,” Rock  said.

"Reprint Manchester Union Leader"


Attorney Sets Us Straight On Profiling Stops

 Dallas Attorney Bill Smith Explains What We Need To Provide During Traffic, Profiling Stops, etc.  

You Must Be a Criminal if You Ride a Motorcycle...


Tell Congress This IS NOT TRUE & End Motorcycle Profiling


We're Bikers, Not Criminals.

However,  Hollywood and the media has made these two words synonymous. If you own  a Harley, wear a patch and ride in a group, it is the equivalent of  putting a target on your back. 

We can help put a stop to this by making this issue a national discussion. 

Do  Your Part - Tell Your Elected Officials to Support Anti-Profiling  Legislation. Recent activity has opened  the door to a possibility for  an up or down vote by the end of the year. But it won't happen without your help.

Click  on the link below to be taken to a secure site with a predrafted letter  awaiting your signature telling your officials to allow a vote. It  takes 2 minutes. It makes a difference.

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About Our Organization

 The New  Hampshire Motorcyclist Rights Organization (NHMRO) was founded in 1975 to fight the freedoms that 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. Our sole purpose is to protect the rights  of ALL motorcyclists to choose how they ride and to maintain and peserve their freedoms as riders.


NHMRO welcomes ANY and ALL motorcyclists to be part of our organization, so that we may all protect our rights and freedoms, regardless of motorcycle preference, lifestyle or when and how we ride. We encourage all motorcyclists to register and actively participate in helping to elect candidates that are supportive of our beliefs.  


NHMRO supports the VOLUNTARY use of helmets, not mandatory laws.

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Motorcycle Profiling Project

What is the Motorcycle Profiling Project?

Motorcycle Profiling Project

 The Motorcycle Profiling Project (MPP) is dedicated to the grassroots  effort to pass laws addressing profiling and discrimination. The MPP is  not intended to replace other organizations. Rather, the project is  intended to coordinate and unify the different elements and  organizations in each state towards this common goal, including the  Confederations and Coalitions of Clubs, US Defenders, C.O.I.R., ABATE,  MMA, NCOM, MRF, AMA and the many smaller MRO’s that exist around the  country. 

 What do the Motorcycle Profiling Project’s services cost?   The Motorcycle Profiling Project offers all of its services to the  motorcycling community FREE of charge.  If an individual or organization  sees value in the project then contributions are highly appreciated.  The project relies on these contributions as the sole means of covering  expenses and compensation for work performed. The more support the  project receives, the more support the project can provide the  motorcycling community.As the movement to pass profiling laws  accelerates, so has the time demands and workload. A project of this  magnitude entails office expenses, travel, and time. So if you think the  project is valuable, organize a benefit and make a contribution.Contributions  go directly to the The Motorcycle Profiling Project. Contributions are  NOT Tax deductible. Online contributions can be made at or The Motorcycle Profiling Project on  Facebook. Contract based consulting is also available if a particular  state or community prefers a traditional and structured agreement. 

Who created the Motorcycle Profiling Project?


 David “Double D” Devereaux, a motorcycle rights activist from  Washington State, and a leading advocate for laws addressing the issue  of motorcycle profiling in America. Double D spearheaded the effort in  Washington as spokesperson for the movement. Double D represents the  Washington State COC and US Defenders, NCOM Legislative Task Force, US  Defenders National Office, BOLT, and he is a member or supporter of  ABATE, the MRF, and the AMA.  Also offering assistance to the project  are Jeff “Twitch” Burns (activist, public records, media expert and  documentary filmmaker), Bill “Colt” Kaitz (activist that leads the  Maryland US Defenders), Donnie “Mr. Breeze” Landsman (activist,  independent advocate and legislative expert), along with many others.This  unified effort resulted in the first law addressing motorcycle  profiling in America. Importantly, Washington’s law passed through the  legislature unanimously and the same legislation is receiving support in  many other states. The Maryland COC/US Defenders and ABATE, working  with the Project, unanimously passed profiling legislation through their  Senate in 2015 and seems likely to pass the law through both chambers  in 2016. 

What services do the Motorcycle Profiling Project provide?


   The Motorcycle Profiling Project is designed to help your state with  every step involved in the process of passing a law addressing the issue  of motorcycle profiling. Based on the experiences and best practices of  the highly effective motorcycle rights movement in Washington State,  the Project will assist in organizing and preparing your state to take  effective grassroots action. The project provides organizational  recommendations, policy support materials, and legislative strategy.   This includes, but is not limited to:

  • Organizational strategy.
  • Coordinating COC’s and MRO’s in a unified effort.
  • Step-by-step Action Plan outlining the entire process, beginning to end.
  • Construct a state-specific Pattern of Evidence.
  • Drafting  a Policy Report/Written Testimony. This is the state’s official  statement on legislation addressing the issue of motorcycle profiling.
  • Drafting a Legislative Proposal and Legislative Packet
  • Drafting a Request for Sponsorship
  • Drafting CTA’s and correspondence to legislators.
  • Drafting testimony and providing testimony upon request, schedule permitting.
  • Media support and press releases.