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  • Risk vs reward

    As the weather improves, there’s no surprise that many of our Airmen who ride motorcycles have been out more. Therefore, it’s crucial to remember the importance of motorcycle safety while riding. In April 2021, two Airmen from Travis Air Force Base lost their lives because of a motorcycle accident.

  • Motorcycle safety: promoting a safe riding culture

    As spring rolls into full bloom, Airmen are encouraged to enjoy every outdoor activity that Florida has to offer, including perfect motorcycle riding weather. There are, however, specific safety regulations and precautions Tyndall’s Airmen need to be aware of before hitting the road.

  • Motorcycle safety: Warmer weather means more motorcycles on roadways

    With occasional days of warmer weather and extra time on weekends, there have been more motorcycles on the roadways enjoying the break from winter. Motorcycles can be easily overlooked, so it is imperative for motorists be vigilant and look twice to see whether there are any oncoming motorcyclists.

  • Motorcycle Safety Training: What AF riders need to know

    Training season for motorcyclists is just around the corner, and as training gets into full swing, it may be helpful to shed some light on the Air Force’s training requirements, as well as what the proper acronyms are for the Motorcycle Safety Foundation courses. I’d also like to dispel some

  • How to go from "newbie" to "ride captain"

    A giant helmet on, swaying with the wind while a thick riding jacket gets in the way of controlling the bike. With some riding courses, you’re zipping around the roads with cool ease and comfort, the wind whipping past your face.This Airman could be you after taking any of the three motorcycle