Good Afternoon, All: From Sunny Southern California comes the call for all inputs. I have been the Squadron Motorcycle club president for a few months now, and the squadron has just returned from deployment. I am in charge of scheduling riding courses, doing check rides, TCLOCS inspections, and making sure everyone is up to snuff -just in case- something happens while riding a motorcycle. After the unit's last deployment, there were 8 separate incidents including one fatality within 6 months of return. I have been riding for 7 years and about 60-70k miles, everything from standard to sport touring to dual sport. This is my passion, its what gets me truly excited and I love to share it. My first advice to anyone looking to get into it is "go take the basic riders course, then we can talk purchasing and follow-on training". Looking for help with the following issues: -Good interactive training to occur on a monthly basis (good videos? discussion topics?) -Thoughts to introduce on quarterly group rides (start with hard braking drills? cone drills?) -Engaging older/experienced riders to be lifelong learners, convincing them to take part in quarterly training -Keep. New. Riders. Off. Liter. Bikes. -A good mixed drink recipe and Rogaine recommendations for when they all leave and go home This is where I thought this discussion might make the most sense, apologies in advance Mods.