What would you do if a motorcycle (or any recreational vehicle) accident should occur?
Be properly trained and prepared.
Ride Safe Idaho lead instructors are first responder or higher in medical training and are avid motorcyclists. Plus they are members of the Road Guardian organization. Our ASMI program information is taken from DOT First Responder curriculum and recognized trauma authorities.
ASMI is the leading international motorcycle trauma training program available. Ride Safe Idaho is proud to bring this life saving information and training to Idaho, plus surrounding states.
* What is Road Guardians?
Leveraging Accident Scene Management Inc’s (ASMI’s) knowledge and experience, ASMI created the Road Guardian Program. ASMI is a non-profit organization whose mission is to reduce injuries and fatalities to motorcyclists through First Response Education. More nearly 20,000 students have been trained by 140+ certified instructors since 1996.Our Road Guardians program was created as a national branded program designation among motorcyclists that provides Resources, Rewards and Recognition to those who are properly trained and properly licensed. We encourage motorcyclists to be “lifelong learners” by providing resources and opportunity as well.
Motorcycle safety is comprised of six components: Rider education; state licensing and laws; impaired rider education; apparel education; motorist awareness; and first response.
Their website provides both free and members only services. They seek to create a one-stop community for learning ways to improve riding skills, links to safety education and services, legal resources (as recommended by Bikers), biker owned businesses, local and national events and news. Their volunteer researchers have helped them create the most comprehensive motorcycle safety resource on the web!
Join Their Mission Now! http://roadguardians.org/what-is-road-guardians/