Accident Scene Management / Road Guardians

Rider Education

Rider Education

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

ASM Individual Scholarship Program

Financial Aid for Individual Students In November 2021, ASM is pleased to announce that we were able to launch a new “ASM Individual Scholarship program”!  We feel that no individual that wants to be trained with our life-saving skills should be denied access to training solely due to not being able to afford to take...
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Free Instructor Training Offered

Free Instructor Training offered to increase class availability Many of you are aware that we gave away a very special motorcycle called the New Glory Flag Bike in a sweepstakes drawing. The event ended at “The Motorcycle Chase” in July in Cape Girardeau, MO, and was covered live on Cycle Source’s popular YouTube show. The...
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Helping Motorcyclists in the Philippines

Motorcycling in the Philippines According to South China Morning Post, in the Philippines, motorcycles are more popular than cars, outselling them by more than four to one. They first became popular there in the 1990s and now, there are 18 million two-wheelers on Philippine roads. Couple that with a lacking EMS system, getting hurt in...
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Motorcycle Hand Signals And What They Mean

Ever see a motorcycle rider in front of you form a hand sign and not know what it means? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. Motorcyclists have an entire language of hand signs they form while on the road. These hand signs help communicate information effectively and quickly to other riders and individuals who are riding...
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Stop Severe Bleeding

There’s so much to learn about trauma care that there is no way to address all of the components in one article. If I were to be asked what is the most important treatment to learn, I would have to say, “Stop the bleeding that you can see”! There are a number of programs out...
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ASM Instructors do more than Teach Motorcyclists

Accident Scene Management instructors are required to “apply” to be an instructor. Once their application is accepted and it is determined that they qualify as either a Level One instructor or a Level Two instructor, (Level Two instructor must have a Level One instructor present for the duration of the class), the training can begin!...
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