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  • Motorcycle Safety: What reservists need to know

    Riding a motorcycle can be fun, just ask Capt. Matthew Allen. The 36th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron flight nurse purchased his Harley Davison Road King in 2008 and has put 150,000 miles on it since then.Although the motorcycle enthusiast has been riding all kinds of bikes since he was a teenager,

  • Airbags can save your life

    In fiscal year 2021, The Department of the Air Force lost 18 motorcyclists. Inexperience, alcohol and speed were a few of the root causes of those deaths. Additionally, motorcycle riders continue to be overrepresented in fatal traffic crashes, being about 28 times more likely than passenger vehicle

  • It's a Feeling: Motorcycle Awareness Month

    Pease Air National Guard Base offers various levels of free motorcycle riding courses to all Department of Defense personnel throughout the riding season, April to November.

  • Training required for motorcyclists

    After Florida’s brief winter, Tyndall heads into a new season and members may be interested in purchasing and riding a motorcycle. Before rushing to the open road, Airmen and Guardians should keep in mind there are annual training requirements prior to operating a motorcycle.

  • So you think you can ride: Motorcycle riding requirements

    Joint Base Langley-Eustis is set in an ideal location for motorcycle riders to enjoy time on their bikes, both on and off the installation. With the long back roads and seasonal warm weather, riders can take advantage of riding with a few mandatory requirements.

  • USSOCOM offers motorcycle safety courses for MacDill service members

    Did you know that in order to ride a motorcycle in the state of Florida, you are required to pass an authorized Motorcycle Safety Foundation Basic Rider Course? Lucky for MacDill motorcycle enthusiasts, U.S. Special Operations Command hosts six motorcycle safety classes to provide training for

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