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IN CASE OF EMERGENCY

I.C.E. document 
(Keep inside jacket pocket)

Time and information are critical in the event of an emergency. Members are strongly encouraged to carry current emergency contact information on every ride. 

Please download, print, and complete the the ICE document, protect it from moisture (laminate or place in a plastic bag), and keep it in you
r jacket pocket.


Your personal information should include the following:

  • Your name, address and phone number.

  • Any medical information you would want medical personnel to know in the event you are incapacitated and cannot communicate.

  • Contact name and phone number and your relationship to the listed person. (List more than one contact if possible.)

NOTE: If you ride two-up with your contact, include an additional non-riding alternate contact and ensure that information is carried by both the operator and the riding partner.

 

CELL PHONE SAFETY TIP
Safety Tip from BMWROTB member Mike Cook:

If you have an accident when riding alone and leave the visible roadway, your cell phone could be your life saver! 
When riding your bike alone, always make sure your cell phone location services are turned on. Police and rescue crews will ping your cell phone and get your loc ation only if your cell phone is on and your locator is active.

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