Just because you can ride a motorcycle with minimal or no training doesn’t mean you should ride a motorcycle with minimal or no training. In this post, we break down why you need training, what kind of training you need, the types of formal and informal training available and how to be a life-long learner. Like the ride itself, motorcycle education is a journey, not a destination. Ride safe!
Safety equipment isn’t a fashion choice, it’s not a political statement, it’s not virtue signaling. Gear is there to keep you healthy, comfortable, and visible. And when the worst happens, provide you as much crash and injury protection as is practical. That’s why we use safety equipment when we ride. Every time we ride.
May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month and we’re laying out three basic pillars of motorcycle safety so you can ride longer and stay safer. Believe it or not the most important – and effective – ways to prevent crashes and injuries are surprisingly inexpensive, low-tech and easy to implement. What they are may surprise even the most seasoned riders.
We’ve been cooped up so long…time to ride! This is a bigcountry, with a lot of motorcyclists and a lotof rallies. This is just a taste – check out this listing of rallies to find more – but we wanted a mix of cruiser, vintage, custom and off-road (ADV) shows. No matter your interests or where you ride, there’s something for everyone.