If you are looking to create a rider guide for your unit, the 63rd RSC has put together a nice one that may give you some ideas. The guide is from 2011, so some stuff may have changed, but it will help you get a good start.

http://www.militarybikers.org/forum/...?do=file&id=17

TABLE OF CONTENTS
PAGE 3 “Why do we need to do this” & “Who is this guide for”
PAGE 4 “How do I get started” & “Installation motorcycle programs”
PAGE 5 Standard Form 182
PAGE 6 Standard Form 182 Continued
PAGE 7 Attached Service Obligation Form Within the Standard Form 182 Packet
PAGE 8 References- AR 385–10 1 October 2011 Army Safety Program
PAGE 9 References- AR 385–10 1 October 2011 Army Safety Program
PAGE 10 References- AR 385–10 1 October 2011 Army Safety Program
PAGE 11 References- AR 385–10 1 October 2011 Army Safety Program
PAGE 12 References- AR 385–10 1 October 2011 Army Safety Program
PAGE 13 References- AR 385–10 1 October 2011 Army Safety Program
PAGE 14 References- AR 385–10 1 October 2011 Army Safety Program
PAGE 15 References- USAR Regulation 385-2 1 December 2007 Army Reserve Safety Program
PAGE 16 DoDI 6055.04, Chg. #1 April 2010 Dept. of Defense Instruction Traffic Safety Program
PAGE 17 DoDI 6055.04, Chg. #1 April 2010 Dept. of Defense Instruction Traffic Safety Program Cont
PAGE 18 Motorcycle Safety Foundation Website –Description and prerequisites
PAGE 19 Motorcycle Safety Foundation Website –Description and prerequisites Continued
PAGE 20 PPE- Personal Protective Equipment
PAGE 21 Example of email requesting for individual to attend motorcycle training
PAGE 22 Motorcycle Funding Process
PAGE 23 Motorcycle Funding Process