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Ride for CHANGE Ride for HOPE™​ Foundation

        "The issues we face are not black or white but American.

                           Together we can make a difference. 

                                      There is nothing we can't do"

                                              -Terry Hardy, Founder and CEO

Motorcyclists are the most vulnerable motorists on the road.

Here are three programs that exist for your safety and protection to lessen the likelihood of an accident,

serious injury or fatality.

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We don't get to determine when a motorcycle accident will happen.  Here's what you can do to lessen the likelihood of serious injury.

Wear the proper gear.  Obey all traffic laws.  Watch out for idiots as much as you want them to watch out for you.

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In the event of an accident, depending on the type of injury, the time it takes from impact until the emergency medical services arrive is critical.


What to do and how to do it are the answers all motorcyclists should be aware of and have

the necessary equipment to respond.

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Providing an accident victim vital support until Emergency Medical Services arrives could be the difference between

life or death.


Motorcycle organization members, independent riders and their associates are the first line of response when traveling in a group.  Do you know what to do in the event of a serious accident?

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