Department of the Air Force Rider page graphic

This page was created to keep all Air Force and Space Force riders informed on the most current Department of Defense and Department of the Air Force Instructions and provide managers of motorcycle training programs and Unit Motorcycle Safety Representative (MSR's) an avenue for advertising service sponsored motorcycle trainer training workshops.

The #DAFRider video series will give all Air and Space Forces riders another avenue to acquire skills, learn to build a rider mentality, and educate riders on current standards and techniques. 

Before riding, every DAFRider should be physically capable, mechanically sound, in a riding mindset to internalize safe riding, and mentally prepared to mitigate risks inherent to riding a motorcycle.

Motorcycle Preseason goals

Motorcycle Safety Representative & Installation Help

Instructional Motorcycle videos

GUIDANCE

Mind & Machine poster - Airman checking motorcycle and person wearing helmet riding a motorcycle

Motorcycle personal protective equipment

Gear up and ride safe poster - person wearing motorcycle personal protective gear

Toolbox

Photo button for Travel Risk Planning System TRiPS

Submit Feedback button

Link to Motorcycle Unit Safety Tracking Tool

Link to Insurance Institute for HIghway Safety Highway Loss Data Institute

Defense Safet Oversight Council (DSOC) Motorcycle Modules

BOMBS Pre-Ride checklist - Sportsbike Motorcycle Rider with riding gear on

#DAFRider Materials

Preseason Briefing template - Motorcycle riders on forest road

#DAFRider Video Series

Riding Conditions Awareness - Motorcyclist riding in the mountains

  • ​Where am I riding to/from?
  • Do I have the skills to ride in the conditions I'm headed into?
  • Cold tires - what you should know
  • Drinking and riding? Never!
  • Seasonal riding
  • Over-riding headlights (Night-riding)

What is MUSTT? Motorcycle rider on road

The Motorcycle Unit Safety Tracking Tool (MUSTT) was designed to provide training data for the Department of the Air Force motorcycle riders and fill the requirements for monitoring both rider demographics and training outlined in AFI 91-207, U.S. Air Force Traffic Safety Program. With the data collected the DAF can make informed decisions on what guidance changes need to be made to keep Airmen and Guardians safe while driving a motorcycle and what training each rider has received.

iNFORMATIONAL MATERIAL

Motorcycle Training Courses

Helmet and safety cone -PMV-2 Training Ranges

RECALLS -Young bearded man fixing motorcycle

Air Force motorcycle riders - Myths about motorcycle PPE

Graph on Group Mentorship Rides

DAFRider Timeline poster

HELPFUL LINKS


 Link to Motorcycle Safety Foundation website Link to National Highway Traffic Safety Administration websiteLink to American Motocyclist Association websiteLink to Network of Employees Traffic Safety websiteLink to American Automotive Association website

Link to National Highway Traffic Safety Adminstration Safecar.gov websiteLink to Stay Alive From Education (S.A.F.E.) Street Smart websiteLink to Traffic Safety Marketing website

Photo of motorcycle riders lined up in front of instructor