Media Resources Available

Looking for one of our logos, brochures, posters or previous campaign materials? We’ve put them all in one convenient location on our website.

The resources page is home to:

  • Look Learn Live logos
  • Texas Motorcycle Safety Coalition logos
  • Motorcycle Safety posters and brochures
  • Look Twice for Motorcycles materials
  • Share the Road materials
  • Desktop wallpaper, and more




Look Learn Live Fall 2017 Events

The motorcycle safety outreach team will be busy this fall traveling around Texas. The team will be at both motorcyclist and motorist events spreading the word about sharing the road. Each year, Look. Learn. Live. attends a variety of conferences and motorcycle rallies to promote motorcycle safety and motorist awareness.

Look for us this weekend in Huntsville at Fair on the Square. Fair on the Square is an annual event hosted by the Huntsville-Walker County Chamber of Commerce. The fair includes 350 booths of arts, crafts, food and entertainment for all ages to enjoy.

Later this month we’ll be in Luckenbach and Longview. If you’re in the area, stop by the booth and introduce yourself!

Check our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages for pictures of us at events.

Come See Us at the Goodguys 25th Lone Star Nationals

Join us September 29 through October 1 as the Texas A&M Transportation Institute’s motorcycle safety team travels to Fort Worth, Texas, for the Goodguys 25th Lone Star Nationals. We’ll be promoting public awareness of motorcycles, and rider safety and awareness.  We’ll also be giving away freebies! Stop by the exhibit booth, introduce yourself, and pick up your free items!

Visit the Goodguys website for more information.



Check Out the New Routes Section of LookLearnLive

We recently added a section to our website! Click on Routes in the main navigation to check it out! This interactive map of Texas shows where motorcycle crashes have occurred along popular riding routes. While there are many online resources that also plot popular riding routes, few – if any of them – include a safety component. It is our hope that this website will aid riders as they plan their riding routes around the State.

By selecting one of these routes, you can learn more information about the route, including where motorcycle crashes have occurred, factors that contributed to these crashes, and riding and safety tips. By creating a user account, you can suggest routes, add route ratings, and share your own photos and videos. Your input is what will make this website a useful and meaningful tool for other riders.

After visiting the new map section, please consider taking a short 10-minute survey about your experience. To take the survey, click here: Eligible participants must be 18 years old and fluent in English. There will be at least 20 motorcycle riders and enthusiasts who participate in this study.

For more information or questions, please contact Paige Ericson-Graber at

Spreading Awareness About Motorcycle Safety at the Pearland International Festival

The Texas A&M Transportation Institute’s motorcycle safety will be out at the Pearland International Festival to promote motorist awareness and rider safety.  We’ll also be giving away freebies! Stop by the exhibit booth, introduce yourself, and pick up your free items!

The 2017 Pearland International Festival takes place this weekend, Friday 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Purchase tickets at the door. Find out more at

In the United States, a large majority of motorcycling is recreational. Elsewhere in the world, many people depend on two- or three wheels to go about their daily commute. Did you know the top 5 countries with the highest percent of motorcycle/moped/scooter use:

  1. Vietnam – 79%
  2. Indonesia – 67%
  3. Taiwan – 48%
  4. India – 40%
  5. Pakistan – 35%

These (and all other) two- and three-wheeled users can all benefit when motorists look twice.

*Data according to Dalia Research (