Pokémon Go is all the rage. The app was created by Niantic, Inc. and is published by the Pokémon company which is one-third owned by Nintendo. The game application works on your smartphone. It overlays images of Pokémon characters on your phone’s camera screen. Looking at your local firehouse through your phone’s camera? You might…

Bikers Ignored:6 Ways Drivers Endanger Bikers Drivers are often ignorant when it comes to safely sharing the road with motorcyclists. Not stupid, but they are simply unaware and uneducated. Putting aside the fact that drivers are more distracted than riders; most drivers don’t know what safe biking looks like, yet alone that a bike is…

According to 13abc.com, a teenager died last week from a jet ski accident. The accident occurred on a Wednesday afternoon in Sandusky Bay near the Edison Bridge in Danbury Township. Another teen was left with minor injuries. The Ohio Department of Natural Resources report stated that a group of teens were jet skiing when their…

Lane Splitting: How California is Saving Bikers’ Lives Dear fellow bikers, Hurrah for our Hogs and Hondas, Yeehaw for our Yamahas, congrats to our Kawasakis, bravo to our Beemers. What’s the cause for celebration? Bikers are finally getting some respect on the road. On August 10th 2016, California passed Assembly Bill 51 becoming the first…

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