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You should ALWAYS wear a Road ID
Two years ago, I was involved in a crash on a large group ride. I went down going about 30 mph and blacked out for several minutes. I was taken to the hospital by ambulance where they treated a broken collarbone. Before they arrived, however, a fellow rider was able to contact my wife using the info on my Road ID..... - Michael J. / Pasadena, CA Continue Reading

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"AWESOME, AWESOME product! I was running in beautiful downtown Austin recently and encountered an injured biker who had a severe laceration to his head. Was able to contact his wife thanks to his Road ID bracelet...she was on scene within 5 minutes and transported him to the hospital for medical attention. I was also wearing my Road ID and realized I needed to update my contact info...thank you for keeping my peace of mind!"
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