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Rider Education

Rider Education – if you have completed basic training then think about challenging yourself to take advanced training.

Hosting an ASM Class One of the most frequent questions we get asked at Accident Scene Management is “When will there be a class in my area?” Often that question results in someone stepping up to host a class in order to fill that void. Most motorcyclists belong to a group of some sort. It...
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gas pump fuel
Understanding Ethanol-Related Fuel Problems Written by: Biker Chad We all have seen the signs and stickers on gas pumps everywhere stating that there is 10-15% ethanol added to our gasoline.  This mixture is often referred to as E10 or “gasohol”. We usually just fill up our gas tanks and go, not ever giving a thought...
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Professional Rescuers Receive Motorcycle Trauma Training By Vicki Sanfelipo, RN Accident Scene Management is known for its bystander programs that teach motorcyclists what to do at the scene of a crash but did you know we also have a Professional Series class that teaches EMS and police officers how to respond? A Motorcycle Trauma is...
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  Riding a motorcycle is an exhilarating experience that many enthusiasts enjoy. However, when it comes to riding with a passenger, there are a few important considerations to keep in mind. First, check that your motorcycle is designed for two-up riding, meaning it has a passenger seat, foot pegs, and adequate suspension to handle the...
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Want to be an exceptional motorcyclist? Take a training class. Written by Lisa Malachowsky Provided by: The data on training “The motorcycle riders involved in accidents are essentially without training; 92% were self-taught or learned from family or friends. Motorcycle rider training experience reduces accident involvement and is related to reduced injuries in the event...
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rescue breathing
By Tony “Pan” & Vicki Sanfelipo The American Heart Association developed a “Chain of Survival” when considering responses to emergencies, especially cardiac in nature.  That chain has distinct links, each adding to the overall strength and effectiveness of the entire chain.  There are four links: 1. Early access 2. Early intervention 3. Early EMS (Emergency...
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Where Rubber Meets The Road One thing motorcycle enthusiasts love to do is customize their ride… The motorcycle customization market has exploded in recent years, as newer generations of riders don’t want to ride a bike that blends in to the crowd, they want a bike that stands out and shows their individuality. When it...
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  With Riding Season Coming Up, Now Is The Time To Check Your Battery Motorcycle batteries have a finite lifespan. Even those that came highly recommended will show signs of deterioration and need to be changed after three or four years. However, if a motorcycle’s battery starts to fail way before this time frame, something...
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