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Idaho STAR Motorcycle Safety Program Names New Director

Published by Idaho STAR Program on Tuesday, February 17, 2015
Boise—Sunshine Beer has been named new program director for the Idaho STAR Motorcycle Safety Program. 

Beer started teaching for STAR in 2003 and since then has filled the role of instructor, mentor instructor, and instructor trainer. She has served as STAR Training Manager since 2008.

As the Program Director, Beer will oversee the STAR Program state-wide. Idaho STAR is the premier organization for educating the public with strategies to reduce motorcycle crashes and fatalities. STAR provides training for all levels of riders, taught by Idaho certified Instructors. The program trains around 3,000 new students every year.

Beer replaces Stacey “Ax” Axmaker who stepped down the position in January.

About Idaho STAR

The Idaho STAR Motorcycle Safety Program is an Idaho Division of Professional-Technical Education program and operates through the College of Southern Idaho. STAR is accredited by the National Association of State Motorcycle Safety Administrators (SMSA). STAR training is associated with a 79% reduced crash risk and an 89% reduction in the risk of a fatal crash. STAR provides courses for all levels of riders, taught by Idaho certified instructors.


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