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Motorcycle Safety Foundation Hosts Awareness Event

MSF President Tim Buche presenting to news media.

Rider Magazine Staff
June 17, 2013

The Motorcycle Safety Foundation hosted media and guests at a special event on May 23, 2013, spotlighting the millions of dollars it has invested in research and providing an update on the MSF 100 Motorcyclists Naturalistic Study. The front parking lot of the Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, California,... Read more »

Third Motorcycle Safety Foundation iBook Targets Prospective Motorcyclists, Their Friends and Families

Rider Choices Book Cover.

Rider Magazine Staff
June 12, 2013

The Motorcycle Safety Foundation has launched its third iBook on Apple’s iTunes as part of an ongoing effort to promote motorcyclist safety on the roadways to a broader riding and non-riding audience. Released exclusively for iPads, Rider Choices specifically addresses the questions and concerns of... Read more »

Allstate Aims to Improve Motorcycle Safety with Interactive Rider Risk Map

Allstate Rider Risk Map

Rider Magazine Staff
May 9, 2013

Allstate says that three motorcyclists are killed at intersections every day in this country. Last year, Allstate Motorcycle asked its Facebook fans to help spread the message by identifying dangerous intersections for riders. More than 1,500 people answered the call, giving Allstate a wealth of useful... Read more »

SLCC Offers Free Motorcycle Safety and Awareness Event in May

Rider Magazine Staff
April 29, 2013

Salt Lake Community College has launched a motorcycle rider training program for Motorcycle Awareness & Safety month. The College is hosting a free event at their Ogden training site on Saturday, May 11, 2013, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Washington Heights Church, 1770 East 6200 South, in South Ogden,... Read more »

Dunlop Sponsors Riding Schools and Track Day Providers

Dunlop tires

Rider Magazine Staff
April 8, 2013

For 2013, Dunlop has renewed its efforts to support the sport of motorcycling at all levels, specifically in this case by supplying sponsorship support to 25 top-quality riding schools and track day providers all around the USA. Acquiring professional riding instruction makes for better and safer motorcyclists,... Read more »

Reg Pridmore’s CLASS 2013 is Underway

Press Release
April 3, 2013

Reg Pridmore’s CLASS Motorcycle Schools 2013 season is underway and just finished up a special day last week at Mazda Raceway at Laguna Seca, with special guest rider and instructor World Champion Kevin Schwantz. It was a special lo:ratio day with a lot of CLASS instructors and a limited number of... Read more »

Motorcycle Safety Foundation’s iBook Designed to Help Increase Motorcyclist Awareness

MSF logo

Rider Magazine Staff
March 28, 2013

In its latest effort to reach current and prospective motorcyclists and all other roadway users, and to promote an overall safer traffic mix, the Motorcycle Safety Foundation has launched its newest iBook, “Intersection: Sharing the Road.” Available exclusively for iPads, the 32-page iBook costs... Read more »

Rider’s Eric Trow and Five Others Honored by AMA

Eric Trow

Rider Magazine Staff
March 6, 2013

Rider magazine contributor Eric Trow was recently honored by the American Motorcycle Association with the 2013 AMA Outstanding Road Rider Award. Trow was selected for his progressive work with motorcyclists at Stayin’ Safe, an on-road rider coaching school that introduces advanced riding techniques... Read more »

Motorcycle Safety Foundation Releases ‘Motorcycle Pilot’ Video


Rider Magazine Staff
February 27, 2013

What do airplanes and motorcycles have in common? More than you may think, according to instructor pilot and motorcyclist Major James Boddy. The Motorcycle Safety Foundation has released a new public service announcement featuring Major Boddy, in which he cites the many parallels between taking to the... Read more »

California Highway Patrol Spells Out Lane Splitting Guidelines


Rider Magazine Staff
February 12, 2013

The California Highway Patrol recently released specific guidelines for motorcycle lane splitting, which refers to the process of a motorcyclist riding between lanes of stopped or slower moving traffic, or moving between lanes to the front of traffic stopped at a traffic light. This practice is not illegal... Read more »

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