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Get There Together With the WolfPack Mobile App Get There Together With the WolfPack Mobile App

Advancements in technology are offering motorcyclists some fantastic options to make their rides safer and more enjoyable. Too frequently, riders are challenged with poorly organized rides.  Bikers get separated from one another at traffic signals or from their partner and often in an unfamiliar area.  A dynamic solution to both these problems is the WolfPack…

Moto F.A.M. – Motorcycle Fundraising & Awareness Movement Moto F.A.M. – Motorcycle Fundraising & Awareness Movement

Riding a motorcycle gives you a feeling that you can’t completely put into words. The adrenaline, the excitement around every twisty, banked curve on a mountain road…there’s some things you just can’t describe outside of your personal thoughts. The dangers of riding are in our rear view mirrors as we live in and enjoy the…

Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys Meet the WolfPack Mobile App Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys Meet the WolfPack Mobile App

There’s a new App in the motorcycle sphere, and it’s poised to transform the way groups of motorcyclists ride together. The WolfPack™ Mobile App is designed to make group rides safer and facilitate the communication between riders in a group setting. With features such as turn-by-turn navigation, easy-to-access pre-canned group messages and the ability to see…

Passion and Payback Passion and Payback

Porsche Taylor is on the ride of her life. Literally. The founder of Black Girls Ride has taken her passion for motorcycling and made it into her career. Combining her skills as a brand manager, communications guru, social media expert and leader of women, she has carved out a niche for herself in the motorcycling…

An Important Message to RIDERS from the MRF An Important Message to RIDERS from the MRF
  • February 10, 2017
  • By Megan J. Ekstrom, Vice President, Governement Affairs & Public Relations
  • Motorcycle legislation

The Motorcycle Riders Foundation, which provides leadership at the federal level for states’ motorcyclists’ rights organizations as well as motorcycle clubs and individual riders, has been actively pursuing a concern with the newly reestablished Motorcyclist Advisory Council or “MAC” – an entity designed to provide a dialogue between the motorcycle community and officials from the…

Think Before you Drink Think Before you Drink

Motorcycle Fatalities Increase with Impairment Motorcyclists have many factors to keep in mind while riding, balance, environment, road conditions, other drivers, animals running out on the road and so much more. Riding takes skill, concentration and focus. When a rider adds alcohol to the mix, the results can be deadly. The Wisconsin Department of Motor…

Lane Splitting is Officially Legal in California and now the Fine Tuning Begins Lane Splitting is Officially Legal in California and now the Fine Tuning Begins

Lane splitting, long legal in California, is now “officially” recognized as such.  Let the fine tuning begin! After years of being an accepted practice in California, “lane splitting” officially became legal in the state as of Aug. 19 when Governor Jerry Brown signed in it into law. The lane splitting bill, commonly referred to as…

Shockwave Screaming Banshee Horn Shockwave Screaming Banshee Horn

NOT FOR THE FAINT OF HEART! Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys has been practicing motorcycle injury law for over 40 years. In those 40 plus years, we have dealt with every kind of motorcycle accident imaginable. There is obviously an inherent risk involved in riding, and some accidents are unavoidable despite the skills and experience of…

Motorcycle Lane Splitting ab51Bill Moving Forward Motorcycle Lane Splitting ab51Bill Moving Forward

While lane-splitting (sometimes referred to as “lane sharing”) is legal in several European countries, and while other U.S. states have attempted to pass legislation allowing it, the practice has only been allowed in California. Lane splitting in California in and of itself is not a Vehicle Code Violation if done safely (i.e., not violating the…

Do Riders Take More Risks While Wearing A Helmet? Do Riders Take More Risks While Wearing A Helmet?

On April 27, 2016 the Missouri Senate Committee on Transportation, Infrastructure and Public Safety at 8:51am will consider legislation that will exempt motorcyclists 21 years of age and older from wearing a helmet if they have health insurance. Missouri would join 31 other states that have already embraced the ethic of choice. HB1464 made its…

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