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Motorcycling can be gritty and sometimes uncomfortable, but we love it because we are all motorcycle addicts!
We eat, sleep, dream, talk, ride, live, and love motorcycles. I’m paraphrasing an old sticker that sums up my love of bikes.
Quinton Washington, a videographer and producer based in Los Angeles, found that motorcycling has given him another outlet in which to be creative.
I first became aware of the Motorcycle Safety Foundation in late 1989 – not by choice, but by order.
Whatever I am doing next, whether it’s continuing my career in the military or retiring in a few years and moving on to other things, I know my life will always include a motorcycle.
The Motorcycle Safety Foundation is celebrating 50 years of rider education and training, which really means celebrating 50 years of RiderCoaches, DirtBike School Coaches, site administrators, program managers — everyone in our training community — who have helped millions of people realize their dreams of two- and three-wheeling.
When Miles was in second grade, his dad saw that the Motorcycle Safety Foundation offered DirtBike School for anyone ages 6 years and up. He signed Miles up so that he could try something new, and Miles was instantly hooked.
Richard King joined the Marine Corps in the 1970s and became an infantry scout/sniper for a Surveillance and Target Acquisitions unit. He soon found that his love of motorcycling was of use to Uncle Sam, and he was chosen to take the Combat Motorcycle course to become a scout/messenger, which he did during Desert Storm.