67-mile motorcycle safety ride covers highways, canyons
News from Ventura County Star:

Naval Facilities Engineering and Expeditionary Warfare Center (NAVFAC EXWC) employees conducted a motorcycle ride for safety Feb. 7.

Four Sailors attached to EXWC’s Mobile Utilities Supply Equipment (MUSE) division took to Southern California’s roadways as part of the command’s inaugural motorcycle group ride. The goal is to develop safe motorcycle operating habits while navigating varied terrain amid changing weather conditions.

“This is a wonderful idea,” said Capt. Mark K. Edelson, NAVFAC EXWC commanding officer. “We constantly reinforce motorcycle safety during quarters and focus on the need to keep safety at the forefront of everything we do. This motorcycle tour puts those safety tenets into action and allows us to operationalize motorcycle safety.”

The ride covered 67 miles, taking the bikers over highways, through canyons and across other challenging terrain.

“We kept it to 67 miles because we didn’t want to get too far away,” said Engineering Aide 1st Class and tour organizer Adam Binon. “But we wanted to mix it up, to include highway riding, canyon riding, down hills, around curves and other types of roads.

“This is a kind of mentorship program,” Binon added, “where we can learn safe riding techniques from one another while we’re out on the open road.”

The four riders Binon, Chief Steelworker James Mathews, Constructi…………… continues on Ventura County Star

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