“Our end goal is, every motorcyclist should be CPR, first-aid trained. Just these 25 riders, they were all very happy to get trained and want to stay certified, and now they will hopefully spread the word and we as a foundation continue doing this. Obviously the motorcycling community is very big and we can’t reach everyone, but our goal is to have as big impact as we can, help maybe clubs and communities to do the same. You know riders. Sometimes you ask riders to go something on their own or get trained, get certified, and it doesn’t happen. But once someone puts it together, invites people, and organizes it, they are more likely to join and do it. We are trying to make it convenient for riders. It really only takes half a day. We got this training done in six hours including a lunch break. It really isn’t that long of a time. Even if you never use it on the track or on the trail, it’s still good for your everyday life. This is a tool that is not only utilized when you are out riding; you’ll utilize this in everyday life. Maybe your family member needs help and you are trained and know what to do.