Ride to Serve, Serve to Ride
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.
Will Work for Motorcycle
Actor Nina Bergman knew she was born to ride when she landed a gig that required her to ride a motorcycle. However, she didn’t have her motorcycle license yet, but she didn’t let that stop her.
An Amazing Way to See This World
When he has time, Anthony loves to travel by two-wheels, and he shares that passion with his father.
Your Mindset Determines How Good You Will Be
The motorcycle class was supposed to be a way for her husband and daughter to bond; Johanna Noble had no idea it would change her life.
See Motorcycles This Summer
In these so-called modern times, people are under constant stress from bumper-to-bumper commutes, roadway courtesy is a lost art, too many drive under the influence of alcohol or other drugs, and over 43,000 Americans lose their lives yearly in traffic collisions.
From ‘Never Ride’ to Motorcycle Program Manager
Growing up, Brandi Behling heard too many unnerving stories about motorcycles and never thought she would ride. Little did she know, fate had other plans for her. Read on to see how Brandi’s journey led her to become program manager for the New York State Motorcycle Safety Program.