Monthly Archives: April 2017

The Seven Things Every Great Motorcycling Road Must Have

You’ve heard of them all: the Pacific Coast Highway, the Three Sisters, the Tail of the Dragon, the Million Dollar Highway. These are some of the best motorcycling roads in America, but what makes them great? Could your local favorite ride compete with these legendary roads? 7 Things a Great Motorcycling Road Must Have History–… read more

Ways to Help Boost Your Morale When Recovering From a Traumatic Brain Injury

Recovering from a traumatic brain injury can be extremely difficult. Not only have you gone through the process of being physically injured, you have to deal with how to pay for your injury, the psychological implications of post-injury stress and anxiety, and how to transition back to your normal life. It may take months, even… read more

How to Make Motorcycling Safer? This Coloradoan Has an Idea

In Colorado Springs, it was around 2:45 am on the morning of April 15th when a motorcyclist and passenger slowed to take a left-hand turn onto Clarendon Drive from Hancock Expressway. That’s when a truck rear-ended the riders, sending them both to the hospital with serious injuries. This was only one crash out of the… read more

How to Treat Post-Injury Psychological Damage

A serious injury, whether it be a brain injury, workplace accident, or body damage sustained in a car accident, can have effects long after the incident is over. Stress and anxiety following serious accidents can develop into psychological injuries such as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Common symptoms of PTSD can include nightmares, uncomfortable reactions… read more

Your Next Motorcycle is Gonna Need a Bigger Battery!

The world is changing, and motorcycles are changing with it. What are we talking about? Well, have you noticed more Tesla cars on the road recently? These electric vehicles (EVs) are becoming more popular and practical, and though the motorcycle industry has been lagging when it comes to EVs, it looks like they might be… read more

How Responsible Is the NFL for Traumatic Brain Injuries Suffered by Ex-Players?

Many NFL players leave the league after playing for sometimes very short careers and start experiencing traumatic brain injuries and life crippling brain diseases such as CTE (Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy). Recently, an article in time magazine detailed out that NFL research on brain disease had been done on deceased players, thus making it very difficult… read more

Could You Clearly Understand Your Job Safety Training?

Safety training could be the difference in life and death depending on what occupation you are working in. There are many training requirements that employers legally must adhere to when it comes to safety. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) states that safety training must be given to employers in in a language and vocabulary… read more

Why Do People Ignore Auto Safety Recalls?

More than 53.2 million vehicles were under recall in the United States during 2016 – more than any in our nation’s history. Auto defects like Takata’s airbag inflators have significantly contributed to this high number. It is common knowledge that these defects may cause death or catastrophic injuries. However, some people with recalled vehicles do not… read more