A coalition comprising three nonprofit safety awareness advocacy groups has announced the third annual iteration of the “Do the Ride Thing” video competition. The contest, organized by the Right Rider Access Fund, the Motorcycle Safety Foundation Dirt Bike School and the ATV Safety Institute, encourages aspiring filmmakers between the ages of 6 and 18 years old to create a video public service announcement highlighting a dirt bike or all terrain vehicle safety tip provided by the ATV Safety Institute. The videos can be 15, 30, or 60 seconds in length and are intended to be displayed on social networking and media sites. Three winners will be announced in three different age categories — 6 to 10 year olds, 11 to 14 year olds, and 15 to 18 years old – as well as two different categories for dirt bike related safety videos, and all terrain vehicle safety videos. First place winners will receive $500, second place winners receive $300, and third place winners receive $200. A grand prize winner will also be selected to receiver $2,500. The All Terrain Vehicle Safety Institute formed in 1988 with the purpose of reducing the number of injuries and deaths caused by all terrain vehicle accidents. The Right Rider Access Fund is an organization founded in 2011 to encourage safe practices when operating off road vehicles, and the Motorcycle Safety Foundation was founded in 1973 and has since provided motorcyclists around the world with instructional classes and public information programs designed to reduce the dangers faced when riding motorbikes.