Accident Scene Management / Road Guardians


COVID-19 & Motorcycling Author: Vicki Sanfelipo, RN – Executive Director ASM Photo Credit: Priyajit Singh   In just one month our world has spun upside down. These are uncertain times and we are with you all in mourning the loss of our freedom, our business of saving lives, and even some of our friends have...
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Motorcyle night riding
Long-term motorcycling is about managing risks and staying safe year after year. While riding at night isn’t always avoidable, being safe at night comes down to one critical thing: visibility. You need to be visible to other motorists and other things in the surrounding areas, and you need to be able to see what else is...
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Viking Bags
We took our fun bikes to Sturgis this year. No front fenders no windshields and no saddlebags. It’s always a challenge to carry a few items with you when you have no saddlebags. I bungee things to my handlebars and I shove what I can in my pockets but as I head out for the...
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Motorcycle goup ride
I have been coordinating group rides for over 20 years.  As the Head Road Captain for a group of 25 female Road Guards called Women In Motion I hope that this article can give you some good advice whether you are the person who is coordinating or participating. Group Riding can be great fun when...
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age limit in US
Map of Current Helmet Laws by State (2018)  
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Gear packed onto motorcycle
Humans are competitive, and we like a challenge. Whether it’s mental or physical, we want to do what we believe can’t be done. Or at least done easily. If you’ve never ridden cross-country, seen the sites, and found the best hidden diners along the way, you’ve never experienced an extreme endurance ride like the Iron...
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