Diane MacLennon (Dmac) – Lead instructor/ Instructor Trainer


Diane_MacLennon pic…rolling along , knees in the breeze…..everything is great…..taking in the scenery, and being one with the road…..and then, before you know it….a biker is down. Now what? If you want to find out the answer and how to help your brother or sister of the road…..come out to a class and learn how you can be there in your brothers/sisters time of need. You never think it’s going to happen to you, your family, or friends. We’ve all buried too many from that “left hand turn”. “I didn’t see him….” These words are heard over and over……
Being one with the road is my life, my passion. I’ve witnessed many accidents happen, lost many a brother/sister through the years. An Independent supporting: Bikers Down and Mother on a Mission, ABATE of Florida (life member/Skyway Chapter Charter Member), Suncoast Brotherhood Life Member ( MRO), MAFT (Motorcycle Awareness Foundation of Tennessee), and the local biker community…, I’m currently pursuing my RN/ BSN. I’ve been an LPN for 24 years, the last 16 years in Anticoagulation Therapy. The past 5 years have been spent traveling as a Clinical Specialist in that same field, working to educate patients and medical professionals about the benefits of High Quality Anticoagulation Management.
I was put on my first motorcycle at 5 years old. I was hooked. I’ve been riding most of my adult life, and have logged many miles. Only have 6 states out of 50 left to ride through. Have been hit by a cage and knocked off my scoot while stopped at a stop sign (and she was a nurse!). Went down a while back and was lucky enough to live to tell about it….being airlifted to a local trauma center with a bleed in the brain. Now it’s time to pay it forward and spread the word…..teaching you how to help your brothers and sisters if the need should ever arise.
Contact me by filling out the form online if you are interested in hearing more about classes. I am available for Local (Florida) or long distance on-site presentations!

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