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Riding Right

How Do I Stop Tailgaters on My Motorcycle?

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I encounter this constantly here in the Denver area, on the urban roads as well as rural two lane roads, that is when cars follow too closely. What is the best way to signal them to back off?
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5 Ways to Avoid Crashing Your Motorcycle

Reminders on how to stay upright at all times

12/3/2014, By Nick Ienatsch
Many motorcycle accidents result in the rider's lack of focus or rider skill. With a little mental effort, many crashes can be avoided. Here are five ways to avoid laying down your motorcycle, while sharpening your skills on the road.
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Safe Riding Tips: Mastering the Head and Eyes Technique

Look where you want to go

8/25/2014, By Jerry “Motorman” Palladino
Just like the child learning to ride the bicycle for the first time, the riders in the class will at first attempt to make the transitions at a slow walking pace. What’s more, the riders attempt to look where they are at the moment instead of where they want to go next. This of course will not work.
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Safe Riding: What A Motorcycle Mishap Can Teach Us

Lessons in riding in gravel, fear and humility

By Liz Jansen
It was a picture perfect summer day, ideal for a ride with friends. Careening off the driveway and down a mountainside slope on my motorcycle was not part of the plan, yet when fear takes over, plans change.
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Never In A Hurry

Words to live by on a motorcycle

By Ken Glassman
When I took my motorcycle rider safety course years ago, the instructor told us within the first 15 minutes that he'd been riding for 20 years without any accidents. He attributed that to practicing the many safety rules we were about to learn, and to one other personal creed he lived by: "I'm NEVER in a hurry when I'm on my bike." He added, "If you remember nothing else in this class, remember that."
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Short on Legs, Long on Skills

Height no deterrent for Jennifer Hooper

By Donn J. Brous
Standing a diminutive 4 feet 11 inches, Jennifer Hooper is an unlikely candidate to be a motorcycle training instructor -- she doesn't fit the stereotype. "It never occurred to me that being short would make riding difficult or that I should customize a bike to my height," she explains.
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One Way to Avoid Dropping Your Bike

How sick and tired can teach you a lesson

By Genevieve Schmitt, Editor
One of the most embarrassing times for a motorcyclist is the moment when he or she drops their bike. In my 18 years in the saddle, I can lay claim to this embarrassment twice. I won't bore you with the same old story of how befuddled I was when it happened...what I will share with you is something I learned to avoid dropping the bike in the future.
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Technique for Lifting a Dropped Motorcycle

How to upright a downed bike

By Genevieve Schmitt, Editor
Most of us have witnessed this scenario at least once in our motorcycling life: someone drops his or her motorcycle, and three or four people scramble over to help muscle it upright. But have you ever seen someone actually upright a motorcycle alone? It can be done.
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Safe Riding Tips: What is Counter Steering?

And how to make it instinctual during tricky situations

By Jerry “Motorman” Palladino
There’s only one aspect of riding a motorcycle properly where your instinct is actually correct, well semi-instinctual, and that’s counter steering. Before I go any further I’ll define what’s commonly known as counter steering. I actually prefer the term “push steering” since it’s a lot less confusing.
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Riding Right: Top Five Road Hazards for Motorcyclists

What to be mindful of while riding

By Tina Leman
We all want to mount up on two wheels, feel the wind in our face, and enjoy the open air around us. We also want to have a safe ride. To help you have fun on your motorcycle and feel safe while doing it, here are five of the top hazards all motorcycle riders should be on the lookout for while traveling out on the road.
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