ALBANY, N.Y. — The beautiful spring weather means more motorcyclists will be taking their bikes out of storage and hitting the road.

They’re rallying in Albany on Monday to make sure other drivers are aware of them and look twice to keep the road safe for two-wheeled drivers.

In particular, they’re fighting for passage of Creto and Kades Law which, if enacted, increases the penalty for moving violations resulting in injury or death. 

"It breaks my heart every time I have to bury someone and I know the driver that took their life paid a $35 fine and a court surcharge," said Andrew Liuzzi, president of ABATE New York, an organization that lobbies for safer roads with its annual Freedom Ride.