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This page was created to keep all Department of the Air Force riders informed on the most current Department of Defense and DAF Instructions and provide managers of motorcycle training programs an avenue for advertising service sponsored motorcycle trainer training workshops.

The third annual Spring PMV-2 Focus, held March 21- May 21, 2021, was intended to highlight motorcycle safety and ensure all Department of the Air Force military riders know the requirements. The Motorcycle Unit Safety Tracking Tool (MUSTT) and Unit Motorcycle Safety Representative (MSR's) are vital in helping Airmen and Guardians mitigate risks inherent to riding a motorcycle.

Spring Focus Goals

**AF Personnel with Common Access Cards (CAC) can find additional information and briefings on the AFSEC Occupational Safety SharePoint site under PMV-2.

Motorcycle Safety Representative & Installation Help

Instructional Motorcycle videos

Air Force Rider Timline poster, gives details on Initial training, Itermediate training and sustainment training and the times they should be completed


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Link to Motorcycle Unit Safety Tracking Tool

Link to Insurance Institute for HIghway Safety Highway Loss Data Institute

Link to Defense Safety Oversight Council Motorcycle Mentorship Modules


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.


Safety Videos


 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