Georgia Rider Education
"Safety is for Life"

Tommy & Vicky Martin, District Educators

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Roy & Julie Degler, Asst. Dist. Educators


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Our Mission:

To Save Lives Through Quality, World Class Education.

Our Slogan:

"Safety is for Life"

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Georgia District Rider Education
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Remember, the more you know, the better it gets!

Do Motorcycle Helmets Interfere with the Vision and Hearing of Riders?

What is the Rider Education Program?

The GWRRA Rider Education Program (REP) is intended to make the motorcycle environment safer by reducing injuries and fatalities and increasing motorcyclist skills and awareness.  The REP does not propose to have all the answers.  However, our close-working relationship with the Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF), as well as additional GWRRA programs and studies, has provided a wealth of information for use in establishing a comprehensive Rider Education Program.  Through Commitment, Education and Application, we can reduce our accident rate significantly. Listed below are several benefits of a fully implemented GWRRA Rider Education Program at the Chapter level:

Increased rider knowledge

Increased rider safety skills

Prevention of accidents

Reduced injuries

Reduced fatalities

Improved general public image of motorcyclists

Enhanced enjoyment of motorcycle riding

 The motorcycle community is already realizing many positive benefits from the GWRRA Rider Education Program.  Through the efforts of the Rider Education Officers and participation of the membership and others, we will reach our goal of establishing the safest motorcycle environment possible.

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Practice important simulations that put you on your motorcycle and on the road in various situations. 

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