Well, I got to Fort Bliss, where I'm getting a job as a civilian network administrator (decent pay). But anyways, the R6 is the only thing I have here to ride so I went to go on the base to find out what was going on and see some friends. I go to get a pass and they said no. Tell me that you have to get "recertified". I was like, "I just took the MSF course on May 8th". They said, "No, it's a Fort Bliss recertification." I was like why? They said two Sergeant Majors got hurt riding bikes. Come to find out that one guy, who was actually one of the MSF Beginner Course instructors went out riding one night, got tanked and tried to see if he and his bike could win a fight against an 18wheeler and rammed it right into the back end of the trailer. He died. The other guy, well he was riding in between two cars and a car came from behind the car following him, passed that car and just bolted back into the lane never checking. That guy got severely injured but is supposed to be ok. So yeah, after about 2hours of discussion with my old boss, a full-bird Colonel, he revoked the 2star generals stupid policy and now bikes are allowed back on, well for civilians at least, but the military people still have to get this "recertification".