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If you are always performing "evasive" maneuvers when on two wheels to avoid an "incident," it's time to have a chat with the person in the mirror as it might be your abilities/skills that need improvement.

A former Canada Safety Council Motorcycle Instructor

Craig H
Okotoks, AB, Canada
Wednesday, March 14, 2018
I'm a newbie. Riding a Harley-Davidson trike and loving it.
A reminder that if you drop your helmet, you probably need a new one since the material within the shell is only rated for one impact.
Treat your helmet as though it is as fragile as a baby.

Sara
Brighton, CO
Saturday, November 4, 2017
I am a school bus driver. I drive a bright yellow 40-foot behemoth every day. People still don't see me. Best advice is ride defensively, stay out of driver's blind spots, and ride like every driver around you is clueless.

Mary Meyer
Castle Rock, CO
Friday, August 18, 2017
Similar to what someone else said, ride like you're invisible! No bumper sticker out there is going to make someone "see" us. I have been riding for only three years and have been in multiple near-miss incidents where vehicles move over without looking. Head on a swivel, people!


Rachel L Kosters Stienstra
Eagan, MN
Wednesday, August 16, 2017
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