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  Heather is an avid motorcycle rider and a certified emergency and trauma registered nurse. Heather currently rides a sport bike and lives in the Las Vegas Valley. She has worked in NYC, NJ and currently Las Vegas as an ER/Trauma Nurse. Heather states “I have been on multiple rides when accidents have occurred and...
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Tina is from Georgetown, SC and now lives in the Myrtle Beach area. She has been a BSN RN for since 2004. She currently works in the ER at Conway Medical Center. She will soon be graduating with her Nurse Practitioner degree. After riding many years with me, Tina decided she wanted to learn how...
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Carl Lange, aka Wingnut, am a retired Firefighter/EMT that also served in the US Air Force for four years as an aircraft mechanic (KC-135R). I retired as a Lieutenant and was in charge of the dive team. I am certified as a SCUBA diving instructor as well as in CPR and first aid. I currently...
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We are very proud to be an organization that has an academic program. Our program is the only motorcycle trauma training organization in the USA that has trained professional instructors. To maintain the quality of our program and the information that we provide, our Lead instructors have to be EMT or higher in medical training...
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David is a veteran and retired paramedic. During his time as a paramedic, he was a BTLS and First Responder instructor. He currently owns and manages a Firearms and First Aid training company and is certified to teach by the Tennessee Department of Safety & Homeland Security, NRA, and USCCA. He teaches several types of...
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A lot of people know Charles by his road name, “PinStripe”. He has been motorcycling since 2005. He started out riding street but switched to the cruising lifestyle in 2017. He rides with the Thin Blue Line Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club. Pinstripe has a medical background as a CCMA (Certified Clinical Medical Assistant) and worked...
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Many of us who have been riding any length of time know that it is a good idea to carry some basic first aid items. Items such as Ibuprofen, band-aids, sting relief, burn cream, and antiseptic wipes are a part of most first aid kits and can come in handy for everyday situations. Often a...
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A medical pandemic is never planned And this particular pandemic has caused quite the ruckus The good thing is that motorcycle riding is one of the safest things you can do. Social Distancing at its finest.  This is also a good time to consider getting trained in Accident Scene Management. The safest way to get...
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