Diana’s Motorcyclist Foundation teaches and promotes safe riding skills and habits to riders of all ages and skill levels, including those re-entering the motorcycle community and who have been physically or emotionally affected by a motorcycle accident. To ensure we reach the largest audience possible, our education has been adopted to many forms, including live seminars, TV media, printed materials, and DVDs—all of which highlight proven safe-riding practices and are presented by professionals. We also host local and social-media forums, and offer free courses in the pursuit of saving lives and preventing motorcycling injuries.
Diana’s Motorcyclist Foundation uses a variety of media outlets, including on-line social networks, WebTV, expert presentations, and professional courses to increase awareness of the myriad of challenges facing riders. This awareness is targeted to both riders and non-riders in the hopes of making the presence of motorcycles more prominent, and to empower riders so that they have the skills and knowledge to deal with these challenges. We present cutting-edge technology and experienced staff instructors to teach and reinforce safe riding habits and emergency skills. We alert riders to known medical and vehicular insurance loopholes so they can better protect themselves and their families in the event of an accident. Finally, it is our objective to promote a safe and courteous sharing of the roadways between all types of vehicles.
Diana’s Motorcyclist Foundation extends a warm “rider’s” hand to those who have gone down, or witnessed the injury or death of a friend or loved one. With our vast motorcycling experience, we compassionately counsel through their fears and concerns those who have been injured, as well as help those who are in need of physical, financial, and emotional support. We have spent years teaching motorcycle re-entry to injured and returning motorcyclists. We are available to injured riders who need assistance fighting for surgeries, acquiring rehabilitative apparatus, and modifying their motorcycles to safely manage with their new injuries, limitations and/or special needs