Canadian motorcyclist Randall Dale Chipkar was born and raised in Toronto, Ontario. He attended the University of Western Ontario in the city of London. Years later, Chipkar walked into a motorcycle dealership to purchase a dream bike but instead discovered excessive extremely low frequency electromagnetic field (ELF EMF) radiation penetrating up through the motorcycle seat.
After extensive research, Chipkar wrote Motorcycle Cancer?, also known as The Motorcycle Cancer Book, and developed the motorcycle cancer website to inform and protect consumers through awareness and precaution. Chipkar exposed the truth about cancer-controversial ELF EMF radiation flooding millions of motorcyclists worldwide.
Motorcycle Cancer? won the 2011 eLIT Health/Medical Bronze Award and Silver Medal for Randall Dale Chipkar, the Health eBook Award-2012 International Book Awards and the IBA Health: Men's Health Finalist Award.
Chipkar was granted the patent for RiderSaver™ ELF EMF magnetic field shielding motorcycle seats to help protect riders from the radiation. He developed the Electromagnetic Pro-Ionization Principle and the International Motorcyclist Electromagnetic Safety Month Proclamation for governments to encourage the motorcycle industry for safer vehicles. Chipkar was granted the RiderSaver™ trademark in the USA, Canada and the UK.
Chipkar is also the founder and sponsor of The Motorcycle Cancer Risk Worldwide Petition to establish rider safety through rational ELF EMF emission control. The target is the World Health Organization which represents international governments and the global motorcycle industry. The goal is global unification of consumer product rational safety standards and labeling regarding ELF EMF magnetic radiation emissions to keep riders safer.
Since the launch of Motorcycle Cancer? along with the motorcycle cancer website, Randall Dale Chipkar has continued to receive worldwide support regarding his global campaign for motorcyclist safety.