Motorcycle Relief Project for Veterans with PTSD
Motorcycle Relief Project in Colorado Helps Veterans with PTSD
Tom Larson, founder and president of Motorcycle Relief Project, took a life of experiences and motorcycle riding to start Motorcycle Relief Project in Colorado to help veterans and first responders. Relief Rides are 5-day dual-sport motorcycle tours and are specifically designed to provide relief to veterans with PTSD and related issues. Rides include a combination of on-road and moderate off-road riding.
Participants get to ride on some of the most scenic two-lane roads in the country as well as some amazing jeep trails and forest roads. Participants must have at least a year of experience riding motorcycles, but no previous off-road experience is required.
Richard Mosley, Army Reservist, struggled after two deployments in Iraq with PTSD. Traditional counseling was not effective. Motorcycle Relief popped up on his phone and he called, searching for help. Richard tells us how this decision was life changing.
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