The Arizona Motorcycle Safety and Awareness Foundation (AMSAF) announces the award of a $250,000 grant from the Arizona Governor’s Office of Highway Safety (AZGOHS) and the Arizona Motorcycle Safety Advisory Council (AMSAC).
One Newfoundland paramedic could have died after he almost hit a moose on his motorcycle recently. But he didn't, and his joy at staying alive will make your day.
Safe Communities/Guelph-Eramosa Township is hosting a Motorcycle Rider/Co-Rider Awareness Day Sunday, July 10 at the Royal Distributing Athletic Performance Centre in Marden. The event will feature three riding seminars. Topics include Motocycling for Mature Riders, Dealing with Different Elements and Going, Going Gone... Trip Preparation.
It’s motorcycle season once again and the Medicine Hat Police Service is reminding motorists to be safe. Cst. Kurtis LaDouceur says riders need to remember any speed can be dangerous when riding a motorcycle.
"The freedom of it, the way it feels, it instantly hits something in you when you ride," he said. Green, who sells motorcycles at Bud's Harley-Davidson, said that with the thrill of riding comes the threat.
Morinville RCMP would like to remind that all drivers play a large role in motorcycle safety. On a motorcycle, a rider is vulnerable. Be aware of motorcyclists on the road and give them the space they need.
The lack of a state budget has put many programs on the edge of survival. One of the hundreds at financial risk is the UI Motorcycle Rider Program. It's been around since the 70's, but the uncertainty of funding could change services offered.
Reagan Hunger of North Aurora recently discussed motorcycle safety during a legislative event. Hunger is the junior DuKane program coordinator for the DuKane Chapter of ABATE of Illinois.
If you knew that a person riding a motorcycle is 26 times more likely to suffer a traffic-related fatality than someone riding in a passenger car, would it change the way you drive? Catoosa and Walker counties have seen a spate of motorcycle accidents recently that have ended in the tragic loss of life.
Aside from the risk of rain Friday morning, the London region couldn’t ask for a better forecast for the Canada Day long weekend. With plenty of sunshine and daily highs in the low 20’s, there’s no doubt many will be hitting the road, or the water, to celebrate the country’s 149th birthday.