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Staying safe on your motorcycle

Posted by Huw Reynolds on Sunday, March 24, 2019 Under: Motorbike Safety
Motorcycle safety is something that is very important for riders, especially when you consider the fact that they are at a huge disadvantage when they head out on the road. There are plenty of other things that can lead to danger as well. If you want to stay safe on your motorcycle, then there are a few things you should keep in mind.

One thing that you should always do before you head out on any ride is make sure all of the major items have been checked over. This is done to be certain the bike is in good riding condition.

There are a number of things that should be reviewed including tires, brakes, lights, all fluids, gauges, and everything else that is important on the motorcycle. When all systems are go, then you can hop on and ride.

You might want to have the oil in your motorcycle changed two times in the year. You could have it changed in the spring as well as in the fall. This will ensure that the bike is using clean oil throughout the riding season, and the oil in the off season is clean as well.

When it comes to motorcycle safety, riders should always make sure that they are performing to the best of their ability. Safe riding techniques should always be used at all times. Riders should always try to use some level of defensive driving as well because you just never know when a bad situation might occur. You'll be at an advantage if you're not driving offensively.

Riders can take the motorcycle rider course from time to time if they feel they need to re-learn some of the important skills that are needed to drive safely. Another option is to simply go online and review some of the rider tips and techniques that can be found.

Lastly, if you want to maintain a high level of motorcycle safety, then you'll want to make sure you have the right protective gear like leather motorcycle jackets, motorcycle helmets, gloves, chaps, boots, goggles or eye wear, and more.

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