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Angela Loppe has been riding motorcycles for over 20 years. She started out on occasional dirt bikes and then learned how to ride and tour with my ex-husband. Angela said, “I enjoyed my years and miles on both my 2006 HD Sportster Low, and now my 2014 HD Road King. Riding with many people and large groups has taught me much about the “rules of the road” and the impact that these accidents can have on riders and their families.” Angela was an LPN for 18 years but returned to school to become an RN. During her years of nursing, she had many opportunities to take care of victims of motorcycle crashes. She had also previously worked as a First Responder with experience in motor vehicle crashes and the “scoop and go” process. She said, “This has piqued my interest in scene management and the education that is needed for our bystanders to optimize and give the best hands-on emergency care to the riders involved in the accidents. As a Canadian now living here in the Black Hills of South Dakota, the “Mecca” of riding motorcycles, and of course, the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, I feel that we need to have more people educated on how to reduce the number of accidents and appropriate ways to help on the scene. As a survivor of my own serious motorcycle accident in June of 2015, I was extremely lucky and blessed to be riding with people who knew what to do when my Road King and I went down. I now want to share that knowledge and educate others.” Angela is a proud member of the ND/SD Motor Maids Inc. and is a 16-year member of H.O.G. She holds certifications in ACLS, TNCC, CPR, First Aid, H2S Alive, IVs, PICCs, and PORT management. Angela looks forward to being a part of the Road Guardians Instructor Team so she can help her fellow riders provide immediate and appropriate care when it is needed.
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