Monthly Archives: August 2016

Is The EPA Going to Make Motorcycle Mods Illegal?

Back in February, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) submitted legislation that would have changed the wording of the law. It would’ve allow the EPA to regulate emissions on production-based track bikes. That meant that motorcycles modified for racing and track use would have needed to meet EPA emissions regulation. Needless to say, there was a… read more

What Would You Do to Live the Motorcycle Life?

The motorcycle life means different things to different riders, but there’s nothing like using two wheels to achieve a dream. Enter Corey Gamache. He’s not from around these parts—he hails from Murfreesboro, Tennessee—but he has the riding spirit. Now that spirit is leading him across the country, and soon he and his crew will moto… read more

Can Brain Injuries Cause Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder?

Researchers with the Centers for Disease Control and Track-TBI study group have discovered that brain injuries may cause post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). It is more evidence that the mental scars of surviving an accident can persist for years. Accident survivors can experience psychological trauma such as PTSD without suffering a brain injury. According to the… read more

Were You At the 24th Annual Salute To American Veterans Rally?

Rain storms couldn’t dampen the sounds of 2 wheeled street thunder as an estimated 30,000 people rolled into the mountain town Cripple Creek, Colorado on August 19-21 to celebrate the 24th Annual Salute To American Veterans Rally put on by Pro Promotions. The annual event is dedicated to honoring the brave soldiers who have defended… read more

Congratulations to Vanessa, Julie and Jenny!

Congratulations to Vanessa Speir who has been with the firm for 10 years this month!  On top of solving countless day to day issues for staff, Vanessa runs the back office with ease.  She is the first person we look to when problems arise and has implemented countless measures to make our team more efficient… read more

How Robots Are Helping in the Fight Against Paralysis

World Health Organization statistics show that 250,000 to 500,0000 people suffer spinal cord injuries every year. Falls, car accidents and violence rob people of their ability to walk, or in some cases, move at all. Today’s blog has some exciting news. Researchers in a US-Brazilian study used virtual reality and a robotic exoskeleton to help… read more

Colorado Has a New Way to Stay Safe On Motorcycles

Things are about to change for the Colorado Department of Transportation’s (CDOT) Motorcycle Operator Safety Training (MOST) Program. However, these changes are going to take Colorado’s motorcycle safety to a new level. With an added level of convenience and modern technology, it’s going to be even easier to ride safe here in Colorado. Colorado Has… read more

The Bad Driving Habit That Costs the US $109 Billion Every Year

A new report released by the Governors Highway Safety Organization (GHSO) claims drowsy driving killed 5,000 Americans last year. The report also claims drowsy driving accidents costs the US $109 billion annually, not including property damage. This number is greater than the gross domestic product (GDP) of many countries. According to the GHSO, drivers who… read more