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  • Motorcycle safety course prepares global trainers

    Motorcyclists from military bases around the globe converged on Joint Base San Antonio-Medina Annex May 12-24 for a train-the-trainer workshop.The workshop trained eight new trainers and 10 new rider coaches. Rider coaches helped Department of Defense members with the initial member training

  • AF motorcycle safety expands with added instructors

    The U.S. Air Force took another stride forward in the continuous effort to reduce motorcycle mishaps amongst its riders. Eight highly motivated motorcycle instructors recently graduated from the Motorcycle Safety Foundation’s RiderCoach™ Trainer Preparation course held May 12-24 at Joint Base San

  • Motorcycle Safety Rally reaches milestone

    More than 500 motorcyclists on bikes of all varieties, sizes and shapes converged on the McKinley Climatic Lab April 14 to attend the 10th annual Motorcycle Safety Rally here.

  • 7 ways to ensure motorcycle safety

    The U.S. Air Force lost 11 members in motorcycle fatalities alone in 2016. Proper use of personal protective equipment is required to ensure safety and help reduce fatalities caused by motorcycle accidents. Active duty military members who operate a motorcycle both on and off Little Rock Air Force

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