Safety course improves motorcycle rider skills

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Tech. Sgt. Anthony Toliver, 52nd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, reviews safety material during the motorcycle safety class at the Saber driving course here May 15. The class is geared to improve riders’ skill by performing different maneuvers on the course as well as discussing and reviewing a variety of safety information. The 52nd Fighter Wing Safety office conducts the motorcycle safety course three times monthly. U.S Air Forces in Europe regulations mandate that every motorcyclist on base must take or retake this class once every three years to keep their skillset current. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christopher Toon/Released)

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Tech. Sgt. Anthony Toliver, 52nd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, reviews safety material during the motorcycle safety class at the Saber driving course May 15. The class is geared toward improving riders’ skill by performing different maneuvers on the course as well as discussing and reviewing a variety of safety information. The 52nd Fighter Wing Safety office conducts the motorcycle safety course three times monthly. U.S Air Forces in Europe regulations mandate that every motorcyclist on base must take or retake this class once every three years to keep their skillset current. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christopher Toon/Released)

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Right, Master Sgt. Douglas Cook, 52nd Fighter Wing Safety office and motorcycle instructor, discusses safety material during the motorcycle safety class at the Saber driving course here May 15. The class is geared to improve riders’ skill by performing different maneuvers on the course as well as discussing and reviewing a variety of safety information. The safety office conducts the motorcycle safety course three times monthly. U.S Air Forces in Europe regulations mandate that every motorcyclist on base must take or retake this class once every three years to keep their skillset current.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christopher Toon/Released)

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Right, Master Sgt. Douglas Cook, 52nd Fighter Wing Safety office and motorcycle instructor, discusses safety material during the motorcycle safety class at the Saber driving course May 15. The class is geared toward improving riders’ skill by performing different maneuvers on the course as well as discussing and reviewing a variety of safety information. The safety office conducts the motorcycle safety course three times monthly. U.S Air Forces in Europe regulations mandate that every motorcyclist on base must take or retake this class once every three years to keep their skillset current. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christopher Toon/Released)

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Maj. Erik Olsen, 52nd Operations Support Squadron, maneuvers his motorcycle around a turn during a motorcycle safety class at the Saber driving course here May 15. The course participants practiced maneuvers to include path of travel, quick stops and obstacle avoidance. The class is geared to improve riders’ skill by performing different maneuvers on the course as well as discussing and reviewing a variety of safety information. The 52nd Fighter Wing Safety office conducts the motorcycle safety course three times monthly. U.S Air Forces in Europe regulations mandate that every motorcyclist on base must take or retake this class once every three years to keep their skillset current. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christopher Toon/Released)

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Maj. Erik Olsen, 52nd Operations Support Squadron, maneuvers his motorcycle around a turn during a motorcycle safety class at the Saber driving course May 15. The course participants practiced maneuvers to include path of travel, quick stops and obstacle avoidance. The class is geared toward improving riders’ skill by performing different maneuvers on the course as well as discussing and reviewing a variety of safety information. The 52nd Fighter Wing Safety office conducts the motorcycle safety course three times monthly. U.S Air Forces in Europe regulations mandate that every motorcyclist on base must take or retake this class once every three years to keep their skillset current. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christopher Toon/Released)

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Motorcycle riders wait for their turn to execute maneuvers during a motorcycle safety class at the Saber driving course here May 15. The course participants practiced maneuvers to include path of travel, quick stops and obstacle avoidance. The class is geared to improve riders’ skill by performing different maneuvers on the course as well as discussing and reviewing a variety of safety information. The 52nd Fighter Wing Safety office conducts the motorcycle safety course three times monthly. U.S Air Forces in Europe regulations mandate that every motorcyclist on base must take or retake this class once every three years to keep their skillset current. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christopher Toon/Released)

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Motorcycle riders wait for their turn to execute maneuvers during a motorcycle safety class at the Saber driving course May 15. The course participants practiced maneuvers to include path of travel, quick stops and obstacle avoidance. The class is geared toward improving riders’ skill by performing different maneuvers on the course as well as discussing and reviewing a variety of safety information. The 52nd Fighter Wing Safety office conducts the motorcycle safety course three times monthly. U.S Air Forces in Europe regulations mandate that every motorcyclist on base must take or retake this class once every three years to keep their skillset current. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christopher Toon/Released)

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Motorcycle riders execute maneuvers during a motorcycle safety class at the Saber driving course here May 15. The course participants practiced maneuvers to include path of travel, quick stops and obstacle avoidance. The class is geared to improve riders’ skill by performing different maneuvers on the course as well as discussing and reviewing a variety of safety information. The 52nd Fighter Wing Safety office conducts the motorcycle safety course three times monthly. U.S Air Forces in Europe regulations mandate that every motorcyclist on base must take or retake this class once every three years to keep their skillset current. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christopher Toon/Released)

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Motorcycle riders execute maneuvers during a motorcycle safety class at the Saber driving course May 15. The course participants practiced maneuvers to include path of travel, quick stops and obstacle avoidance. The class is geared toward improving riders’ skill by performing different maneuvers on the course as well as discussing and reviewing a variety of safety information. The 52nd Fighter Wing Safety office conducts the motorcycle safety course three times monthly. U.S Air Forces in Europe regulations mandate that every motorcyclist on base must take or retake this class once every three years to keep their skillset current. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christopher Toon/Released)