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Night Rider

As a sergeant with the Louisiana State Police, I often respond to the scenes of fatal accidents. The hardest part of my job, however, is not seeing these tragic deaths; it’s having to tell loved ones that a family member is not coming home.

Traveling Time Bomb

As Soldiers, time and again we hear about the dangers of drinking and driving.

  • 18 August 2019
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Riding on Empty

As a kid, my coaches always warned me to stay hydrated. That’s advice I should’ve incorporated into riding.

  • 11 August 2019
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Restoring a Classic Bike

You’ve scoured eBay, read all the classified ads, looked at Craigslist and finally found that classic motorcycle you’ve wanted since you were 17 but couldn’t afford. You were even lucky enough to find one that just needed the old gas drained from the tank, new gas poured in and the engine started. Do you just get on it and ride? No, you don’t!

  • 21 July 2019
  • Author: USACRC Editor
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As Seen on TV

How often do you see a professional on TV do something tricky and make it look easy? You know what usually precedes the stunt — a narrator warns, “Do not try this at home.” Do you suppose there’s a good reason they give these warnings?

  • 9 June 2019
  • Author: USACRC Editor
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Two-Up or Two Down?

I was raised in the country, where the lack of immediate entertainment left most of us kids looking for hobbies. Mine was motorcycles. I started riding at the young age of 5; and by the time I was 8, I’d worked myself up to the Honda XR75.

  • 1 June 2019
  • Author: USACRC Editor
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