TJ Oman is a retired US Naval Officer who is a Nationally Registered EMT, licensed in the State of Wisconsin. He is the Founder and Executive Director of THE VIPER RIDETM, a motorcycle event for Blind, Visually Impaired, and Physically Disabled military veterans.
He is a LIFE MEMBER of the Harley Owners Group (H.O.G), Road Guardians, and ABATE of Wisconsin. He is a sustaining member of the Motorcycle Riders Foundation (MRF) and a member of the American Motorcycle Association (AMA).
He is an experienced and diverse instructor who has taught a wide array of subjects over the years, ranging from adult education classes at a local technical college to various engineering curricula in mechanical and nuclear disciplines. He also maintains national credentials as a certified firearms instructor.
Since first mounting a motorcycle nearly 50 years ago, he has ridden many different bikes and has loved them all. He enjoys riding solo or two-up with his wife. He is working to get his dog to engage as a passenger in his side-car rig (so far, the 60-lb Shikoku is having none of it). When riding locally, TJ is a member of the Milwaukee H.O.G. Chapter and was a member of the Kettle Moraine Chapter of H.O.G until they were disbanded. He also rides as a member of the American Legion Riders Association of Wisconsin (District 4 & 5).
As an avid rider and a devoted safety advocate, he would both enjoy and appreciate the opportunity to train your group or organization.
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