National Association of State Motorcycle
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2015 SMSA Symposium Baltimore, Maryland
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Detailed listing of state contacts
Resources: Guidelines for motorcycle safety
Documents: Studies and reports related to motorcycle safety
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Motorcycle Awareness: Current Motorcycle Awareness News
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2015 SMSA Symposium Call for Papers

The SMSA is actively seeking presenters for the 2015 SMSA National Symposium.
The 2015 Symposium will focus on “Motorcycle Safety - Making a Difference Through Research, Data, Planning and Collaboration”. The SMSA would like to see related presentations submitted to the SMSA office by July 1, 2015.

2015 Call for Papers Form

More information on the 2015 Symposium

Policy 15-01 SMSA Personal Protective Gear

Policy 15-02 SMSA Model National Standards for Motorcycle Rider Training

Car Drivers' Skills and Attitudes to Motorcycle Safety: A Review

SMSA Guidelines for Establishing State Motorcycle Safety Coalitions Sept 2014

Model National Administrative Standards for State Motorcycle Rider Training Programs

Model National Standards for Entry-Level Motorcycle Rider Training


General Information
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Featured Documents
SMSA Motorcycle Safety State Self-Assessment Tool

NHTSA Guideline No 3 Motorcycle Safety Programs


Motorcycle Safety News
NEW YORK STATE -- As motorcycle accidents are on the rise, experts are speaking out, offering valuable insight on the importance of sharing the roadways.
Study Finds Motorcyclist Fatalities Fell 7% in 2013
WASHINGTON, D.C. - For only the second year since 1997, U.S. motorcyclist fatalities are projected to decrease in 2013, according to a new analysis of preliminary state data released today by the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA).
The Motorcycle Safety Blog is up and running!!
This document describes practices for safely and effectively conducting traffic stops of motorcyclists.
The National Association of State Motorcycle Safety Administrators would like to announce its new membership structure for 2015.