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Glen Ullin, ND – Janet has been riding motorcycles on and off since she was a kid.  It wasn’t till she retired from the coal mining industry that she bought her first Harley, a 2016 Freewheeler. She currently rides a 2020 Freewheeler.  She is a lifetime member of the Harley Owners Group and has been...
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Atco, NJ – William Gardner has been a motorcyclist since 1992, owning several different motorcycles from sport to full touring.  His current bike is a 2015 BMW R1200RT.  His public safety experience began in 1986 as a Fire Explorer. He then become an EMT in 1992 and has been in EMS serving his community ever...
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Joe is an Outdoor Emergency Medical Technician (OEC-Tec) volunteer with the National Ski Patrol and an an avid skier and scuba diver. As a scuba instructor, Joe teaches CPR/First Aid, AED, Emergency Oxygen and BLS for the Healthcare Provider and is a Dive Emergency Management Provider (DEMP) Instructor with Divers Alert Network (DAN) as well...
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wind advisory
  Riding a motorcycle in high winds can be a challenging experience, even for the most seasoned riders. The unpredictability of gusts can make maintaining control and balance difficult. However, with the right techniques and precautions, it is possible to safely navigate through windy conditions. The Impact of Wind on Your Motorcycle Wind can push...
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I have just completed the ASM ‘Crash Course for Motorcyclists’ held at Chirnside Park and would like to pass on to fellow motorcyclists that this is an excellent course, very well presented, and focused on motorcyclists and our needs. As a Ships Master and lecturer, I have the misfortune of having to attend many First...
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ASK SPITFIRE  Question: As I prepare for the riding season, is there anything I need to consider in regard to maintaining my Trauma Pack/Kit?  Answer: Maintaining a trauma kit is crucial so that your supplies are ready for you when needed. Having proper knowledge AND proper supplies ensures that you will be ready to address...
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Warning to the public. Motorsport can be dangerous
The Isle of Man TT (Tourist Trophy) Race stands out as a prestigious and challenging motorcycle race worldwide. Taking place annually on the Isle of Man, a British Crown dependency nestled in the Irish Sea between Great Britain and Ireland, this event has mesmerized motorsport enthusiasts since its establishment in 1907. Known for its grueling...
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Question: Do I need to take a Basic class if I have medical training?  The answer is yes! I like to tell people that our class is like Basic Training. Regardless of a person’s background, no one gets to skip basic training! The word basic was a nickname given to our class by some of...
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