Beginner Or Re-entry Motorcycle Rider?
Does the call of the open road cry out to you, but you have never ridden before? Has it been many years since you have felt the surge of power and freedom on a motorcycle? If so, this series of articles provide a roadmap to getting you up and riding as quickly and safely as possible.
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Cold Weather Riding
Fall is upon us and colder weather is around the corner. This doesn’t mean that you have to stop riding and put your motorcycle away. In fact, with the proper gear and safety measures, you can ride practically all year round (at least in most States).
Experienced Rider Course
The more skill you have in riding, the better protected you are to face the challenges of the road. The Motorcycle Safety Foundation offers courses to help build your riding skills. Think you are ready for the Experienced Rider Course (ERC), then read on.
Fall Motorcycle Riding
Fall is here and the days are getting shorter and the nights are getting longer. Be prepared for warm days and cooler nights and how to ride safe and comfortable at all temperatures. What may begin as a warm lazy day may end up much cooler when riding.
Have you ever seen the commericals where the sexy woman gets off the motorcycle, takes off her helmet and flings her hair back in a perfect sexy style? Well, part of that can be true, but not likely.
How to Choose a Motorcycle
So you've seen the “Wild Hogs” movie and you want to live the exciting life by buying a motorcycle. You have taken a Basic Rider training course training and are raring to ride. A key question is: What kind of motorcycle should I buy?
Motorcycle Cold Weather Storage
Colder weather is approaching. Do you know what you need to do to put your motorcycle to bed? Do you have a warm protected place to store your motorcycle?
Motorcycle Crash Statistics
Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month is in May. Here are some updated Motorcycle Crash Statistics from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
Motorcycle Crash Statistics Update 2008
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has released their 2007 Traffic Safety Annual Assessment Highlights in August 2008. Here are the key points from this report.
Ever notice how motorcycle riders have a language all their own? Need to brush up on your motorcycle terms? I have put together an expandable motorcycle dictionary that I will add to in the coming months.
Have you ever wondered if you should wave at a passing motorcyclist or how to pass a single rider? I have listed some common answers for questions I get on motorcycle etiquette.
Did you know that being a good passenger on a motorcycle is as important as being a skilled rider? Being a good passenger is not as easy as it looks. Read on to find out what it takes.
Motorcycle PreRide Check
With Spring in the air, many of us are dusting off our bikes from winter storage and are preparing to hit the road. Did you know that you can greatly increase your chances of a safe ride by simply giving your bike a preride check before each and every ride.
Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month
Did you know that the month that summer begins, May, is also the official month for motorcycle safety awareness? Milder weather means that more riders will be hitting the roads for long, relaxing rides along with all the vehicle vacationers and soccer moms.
Tips on storing your motorcycle for the winter months.
Motorcycles for Women
Traditionally, motorcycles haven't been manufactured for women in mind or even for shorter persons than 5'6". Some of this is changing, but until you can buy a ready made motorcycle for your height, this article gives you some tips and clues on how to lower your motorcycle or customize to fit you
New Rider Motorcycle Tips
New riders can sometimes get so caught up in the exhilaration of motorcycling that they don’t always pay attention to detail. To help you avoid the pitfalls of some common new rider motorcycle mistakes, read my new rider motorcycle tips.
Motorcycle riding is inherently more dangerous than driving a car because of many obvious reasons such as visibility, protection, and two wheels versus four wheels. By following some simple steps in my article, you can minimize your risk when riding and focus on enjoying the ride.
Spring Motorcycle PreRide Check
Ready for that first Spring ride after your motorcylce has been in storage. This article details what you need to do when you go for the first ride of Spring and tips for every ride after.
Summer Motorcycle Hydration
June 21st is the official first day of summer which means longer and warmer days. Be sure to have your body operating at peak efficiency by drinking the correct amount of water and staying hydrated.
Summer Motorcycle Riding Hazards
Hot weather is in full swing, the roads are ready to ride and the bikes are ready for action. Keeping cool in the summer isn't the only high priority. Summer is the normal time for road repairs, animals playing, and fast and furious rain storms. Are you ready and do you know what to do?
Top Ten Reasons to Ride a Motorcycle
Have you ever wondered why people ride motorcycles? I have listed some of the top reasons why people ride motorcycles, although there are many others.
Top Three Protective Rider Tips
Riding is about having freedom, fun, and endless possibilities. Don’t let it be spoiled by not protecting yourself and your motorcycle the best that you can. Read on to find out the top three things you can do to protect yourself riding.
Update on Motorcycle Crash Statistics
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has released their 2006 Traffic Safety Annual Assessment and their Fatal Two-Vehicle Motorcycle Crashes analysis in September, 2007. Here are some quick updates on motorcycle findings.
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