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Motorbike Safety Tips

Posted by Sam Hill on Tuesday, August 9, 2022, In : Motorbike Safety 
For some, there are few experiences that compare to hitting the open road on a motorcycle. Yet, along with bringing a feeling of exuberance and freedom, motorcycle riding is statistically much riskier than operating a car, truck or SUV. Consider that in 2019, motorcyclist fatalities occurred nearly 29 times more per mile driven than passenger car occupant fatalities in traffic crashes, according to the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration.



Take a Motorcycle Safety Course

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Safe Motorbike Riding

Posted by Dave Harris on Monday, January 10, 2022, In : Motorbike Safety 
We’ve all heard it – “there are only two kinds of riders, those who have crashed and those who are going to.”  On an average day, about 222 motorcycle crashes occur in the UK. About 184 of those cause injury, with 10 of those being fatal – a very scary statistic.



No matter where you ride or what you ride, staying safe is the top priority. Since starting my motorcycling days 40 years ago aboard a brand new 1974 Honda CL200T, I’ve made some observations and learned some things that h...

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Motorbike Safety

Posted by Howard Trott on Wednesday, February 19, 2020, In : Motorbike Riding Skills 
Riding a motorcycle takes different skills than driving a car; however, the laws of the road apply to every driver just the same. A combination of consistent education, regard for traffic laws and basic common sense can go a long way in helping reduce the amount of fatalities involved in motorcycle accidents on a yearly basis. It's important to understand some basic motorcycle safety tips to make sure your next ride is a safe one.



Follow these tips for safe riding:
  • Always wear a helmet with a f...

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Riding tips for beginners

Posted by Howard Trott on Tuesday, December 24, 2019, In : Motorbike Riding Skills 
WATCH FOR ROAD HAZARDS



When you're driving a full-sized car or truck, you can usually go over pot holes, small rocks and other debris without causing any harm to your vehicle. In a motorcycle, however, these small and otherwise harmless obstructions pose a serious risk to your safety, as well as the safety of motorists around you. Keep an eye on the road, constantly scanning for potential hazards. If you notice a hazard in the road, make evasive maneuvers to avoid it.

CHECK YOUR TIRES


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Safety Tips For Motorcycle Riding

Posted by Jeff Banks on Tuesday, August 27, 2019, In : Motorcycle Safety 
Sacred places and Places of Adoration welcome people in with open gateways, anyway that could be the game changing opening that leaves them exposed against someone with horrible points. 



A legitimate model: the shooting at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal (AME) church in downtown Charleston, SC where an attacker finished the lives of nine individuals, and now, the taking shots at the Vital Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, which as of this creation, left 26 individuals dead and 2...

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Motorbike safety tips

Posted by Steve Owen on Sunday, March 24, 2019, In : Motorbike Safety 
It is essential for every motorbike drivers as well as passengers to be educated enough about the different ways to assure motorcycle safety. Such tips are essential to assure survival amidst possible accidents. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said that motorcyclists are 35 times more likely to die in a crash than the riders in passenger cards. It is definitely not about the skills and even not about experience. Taking ample care and observing traffic rules well can add qui...

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Motorcycle safety standards

Posted by Martin Davis on Sunday, March 24, 2019, In : Motorbike Safety 
If you or a loved one is a motorcycle rider, then you know how important it is to feel safe on the road. You want to know, when you're riding, that should the worst happen, you have equipment that can withstand that punishment it's taking and keep you safe. If you're the one who's left at home, it's just as important not to worry about your loved ones who are riding. That's why it's essential to know that what you're wearing as you ride will keep you safe and protected. You can be sure by rea...

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Choosing a motorcycle safety vest

Posted by Dave Morris on Sunday, March 24, 2019, In : Guest Motorcycle Articles 
There are a number of different options that are available to you when choosing a motorcycle safety vest. Choosing a hi-visibility safety vest for motorcycle riding is not only going to be able to keep you secure but it will help you to be more confident whenever you're on the road. By looking at these options that are available, you'll be able to choose the right vest and the decision will be as easy to make as night and day, similar to comparing motorcycle safety reflectors with bicycle saf...

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Why take a motorcycle safety course?

Posted by Mark Parker on Sunday, March 24, 2019, In : Motorbike Safety 
Whether you are an experienced rider or just learning, motorcycle safety is serious business. Keeping safety in mind when riding will make the experience fun for years to come. Since ideally you will be spending many hours on your motorcycle, it is important for you to have a solid foundation.



A motorcycle safety course is designed to teach you to ride safely. Keep in mind that your driving is only a small piece of this. There are many other things that are involved in your safety while riding...

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