Riding your motorcycle on expressways can be more secure than that on secondary roads of lower speeds. However, they are not without risks. Use my guide for best managing the specific risks characteristic to this environment.
Motorcycling with friends on a weekend ride or with an organised motorcycle club ride is another cherished part of the motorcycle riding experience. It’s fun riding with a group of friends but it requires the full attention of each rider.
Riding a motorcycle solo requires balance and control. Riding with a passenger means you’ll need twice those skills. If you’re already operating a heavier motorcycle, you’ll need to be entirely confident in your abilities before taking a passenger. Nevertheless, hosting friends or family members on the back of your motorcycle makes for fun rides and is totally rewarding!
If you live in a country where cold, snowy winters occur, with some preparation and good gear there’s not much stopping you from riding all winter long. If you do plan to keep riding your motorcycle in cold weather, the following tips and preparations will keep you and your motorcycle in tip-top condition.
As motorcyclists, we need to do things differently in preparation for danger, and here’s how – brain training! By practising “outs” or proper sequences of manoeuvres in your mind before they happen, can help to ensure the right action when having to operate in “panic mode”.
Many motorcycle riders have a lot of uneasiness when riding within a group of motorcycle riders. This is even more so when you’re new to motorcycling. Try these 10 tips to overcoming the fear of keeping up!
One of the greatest tools a motorcycle rider possesses is the operational technique of “push steering” – the steering input unique to a single track vehicle, a motorcycle . Also called counter-steering, positive steering, or gyroscopic steering. For simplicity sake, we’ll use the term push steering.
Riding your motorcycle at night, under a starry or moonlit night-sky is another amazing experience of motorcycle riding. However, being that your vision is really the only sense you can rely on to judge the road ahead; you need a few extra skills for this environment.
The motorcycle is very capable, more than you might imagine of maneuvering over many items you’ll encounter on the road. Use these tips on how to ride your motorcycle over stuff – and keep on going.
Braking with anti lock brakes – ABS – on your motorcycle is a terrifically satisfying feature and to your riding experience. Motorcycle ABS reduces stopping distance substantially as Austrian Safety and Prevention…
The success of mastering and enjoying motorcycling is achieved by learning from an official instructor and training course. Now you can get the full details on what you need to know before…