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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 03-03-2013, 07:38 PM Thread Starter
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Ridiní Safe with Vicki - No Off-Season For Motorcycle Safety

Found this article and video while looking for something else today and thought it was worth passing on to our little vn750 family here.

What to do if you are the first on the scene of a downed rider.
http://www.allstateridernews.com/Vic...ry.aspx?id=103

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The ABCSS’s of Trauma:
Airway (use a jaw thrust to keep the spine
straight)
Breathing (if necessary, breathe for the
person, using a barrier if you have one)
Circulation (control external bleeding)
Shock (internal bleeding)
Spinal Immobilization

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TOP TEN THINGS A NEW RIDER/OWNER SHOULD DO. Click on link.
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I dig girls with pigtails....you can use em like handlebars, lol....



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I Love handlebars on a woman too, especially when I'm driving ( hint,,,hint ladies)Ö but I've got to say that I only hope that if I'm in a bad wreck someone trained by Vicky takes charge of the scene. Yep I love beautiful women with pigtails but in order to love them longer I may need one of you guys to do what she teaches (no mouth to mouth recitation from the men, you arenít' built right for me.) but still, this makes me want to carry my small medical bag on the bike; just incase.
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Whenever the QSRG goes on a group ride, we keep a full med kit with us....and at least 2 are trained EMTs.....



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