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How To Prevent Motion Camouflage While Riding Your Motorcycle

Motion Camouflage is the result and the explanation of why motorcycles and motorcyclists appear invisible to automobilist in certain circumstances.  Being seen is not just about wearing reflective gear, choosing blocking and high vis lane positions.

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Why Brain Training During The Ride Can Prepare You For Dangers Of The Road And Increase Your Safety

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”.

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No Time to Ride? Tips to Making More Motorcycling “Me Time”

Sometimes we don’t have the time or are often too tired to find the motivation to get out and enjoy a ride our motorcycle . It could be the case of hectic schedules; too many tasks and the juggling of busy, lives. It can be a challenge to find our much desired motorcycling “me time” – here’s how.

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Five Ways To Make The Most Fun Out of Your Solo Motorcycle Ride

Riding alone can offer enjoyment – the peace and quiet of the road plus some “me time”.  The challenge for many is working up the motivation to ride alone. But once you’ve spent some time out there on the open road, freely leaning around your favourite corners you will start to crave that solo ride time.

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How to Ride An Electric Motorcycle

Electric motorcycles are becoming more and more common and the future seems “electrifyingly” positive for rechargeable motorcycles. Yet riding an electric motorcycle is different. You’ll need to make adjustments to your riding methods, so here’s our guide on how to ride an electric motorcycle.

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How To Pack Your Motorcycle For a Riding Holiday

Readying for a motorcycle touring vacation is where your road trip begins. Packing requires effort. Use this guide on how to pack for your motorcycle holiday

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Motorcycle Risk Management Focus on Riders

Further research brings forth the need not only for good operational skills by motorcyclists but the

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How To Prevent and Overcome Fatigue on Motorcycle Rides

Fatigue contributes highly to automobile accidents; fatigue is certainly a greater danger for a rider. And if you’re riding with other people it’s definitely a topic which needs to be discussed. To avoid falling asleep and overcome fatigue on motorcycle rides, follow a few of these basic guidelines.

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Six Fun and Fabulous Motorcycles for Women

If you’re interested in getting into motorcycling or have already taken your motorcycle rider training /safety

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Holiday Season Gift Guide For The Motorcycle Rider

Tis’ the season to think of others. Motorcycle riders seem to be always riding for one cause or another and known for their big-hearted nature.  Our Motorcycle Rider Holiday Gift Guide gives yet more chances to play it forward

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Four Advantages Of Your Motorcycle Mirrors And How You Can Make Full Use Of Them

Your motorcycle mirrors are one of your best resources to spotting potential hazards out of your immediate field of vision. Good mirror visibility is an important aspect of performance and truly contributes to overall riding enjoyment.

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Tips For Riding Your Motorcycle in Cold Weather

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.

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