Calendar of Events

Join us at Destination Helen 2014!

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Join us at Destination Helen 2014


GMSP at the Curves & Chrome Weekend Event

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CurvesChrome_boothinviteSTOP by the GMSP Table at the @ Curves & Chrome Weekend Events

July 20 – 21: The V-Plex, 1605 Hwy 61; Villa Rica 30180

Motorcycle License Testing in Cumming!

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gmsp_MLT_may182013The MLT is back for a limited engagement! In celebration of Motorcycle Awareness Month, we will offer motorcycle license testing on May 18th in Cumming!

Come to the Gold Wing Road Riders Safety Awareness Event at Cumming Marketplace on Saturday, May 18 2013 from 10am – 2pm and take the Riders Skills Test.

GMSP encourages all riders to get licensed and trained. The MLT offers a convenient way for valid Class MP (permit) holders to test for the Class M (motorcycle) via on-site Rider Skills Testing at community and motorcycle enthusiasts’ events.  Upon successful passing, Georgia Motorcycle Learners Permit Holders will obtain their Georgia Class M (Motorcycle License) through 90-day License Test Waivers.

Click here for PDF flyer

Join Us May 9th at Lake Lanier!

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Please come and show your support for motorcycle safety awareness month at our kick-off event scheduled for Thursday May 9 at Lake Lanier Islands. Information for the event is listed below. Please contact GOHS with any questions at 404-656-6996.

 When: Thursday, May 9 at 10:00 am

Where: Lake Lanier Islands (7000 Lake Lanier Islands Parkway, Buford GA); event will be held outside the LLI gates in the “court of flags.”

Confirmed Speakers:

  • Dr. Patrick O’Neal, Director of Health Protections for the Georgia Department of Public Health
  • Sgt. Kiley Sargent, Hall County Sheriff’s Office
  • Jim Kelly, state coordinator, Georgia Motorcycle Safety Program in the Department of Driver Services
  • Harris Blackwood, Director of the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety

We are proud to say that our efforts at educating motorcyclists and promoting awareness for motorcycles on the road has resulted in a slight decrease in motorcyclist fatalities for 2012. Other states were not so fortunate, and motorcycle fatalities nationwide are expected to be up by nearly 10 percent for 2012.

While we have seen an improvement in Georgia, we still have more work to do. More than 130 motorcyclists died in Georgia in 2012, and we still see too many fatal motorcycle crashes in urban areas and in the foothills and mountain towns that have always been such a draw for motorcycle enthusiasts.

As motorcycle season begins in earnest, we want to renew our commitment to making Georgia one of the safest states for motorcycle riders in the country. We hope you’ll join us in that commitment.

GMSP at the 2nd JD Paugh Memorial Ride

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428_JPP_augusta9If you’re in the Augusta area, come by the
J. D. Paugh Memorial Ride this Saturday (4/20) a the Wild Wings Cafe, 3035 Washington Road, Augusta, GA. For complete details, visit