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Linda Copeland

OH Chapter F Senior

Ride Educator & Chapter

Skill Enhancement








Ohio Chapter F

F Troop

Fairborn, Ohio



OH Chapter F

Senior Chapter Educator & Chapter Skill

Enhancement Coordinator



On January 10, 2021 five members from chapter F completed an MFA or Medic First Aid Class. Those members included Lloyd and Becky Glydewell, Darrin & JJ Ebright, and Leon Rogers. There are two main reasons for taking an MFA class. One is to be informed in case of an emergency and the second is to keep your levels current. Following are the descriptions of each level.


Level I Safety by Commitment

Current GWRRA Membership

Commitment of the Rider and Co-Rider to practice and encourage safe riding


Level II Safety by Education

Current GWRRA Membership

Enrolled in Level of REP (Rider Education Program)

Have 5,000 safe miles on the motorcycle

Rider: Current M/C endorsement as required by your state and approved on-bike course within last three years or sanctioned PLP within the last year

Co-Rider: Approved Two Up Rider Course or GWRRA Co-Rider seminar within past three years


Level III Safety by Preparedness

Current GWRRA Membership

Enrolled and current in Level II of the REP having completed an approved on-bike Rider Course within the past 3 years.

Attend a motorist awareness seminar

Current First Aid or CPR or MFA (Medic First Aid) certification

Carry a first aid kit on the motorcycle


Level IV Safety by Enhanced Commitment and Preparedness

Current GWRRA membership

Enrolled and current in Level III for at least one year

Minimum 25,000 safe miles

Current in both First Aid and CPR Always wear PROPER RIDING GEAR while riding

Some of these are so easy to protect yourself and your loved one. Its your decision how committed you want to be to the Levels Program.


Its not what you look at that matters; its what you see

Henry David Thoreau