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Love the article and agree wholeheartedly. I also live by "Assume everyone on the road is out to get you." It's kept me very vigilant and aware of surrounding traffic. Thanks.

Anita Ng
Wollongong, Australia
Wednesday, May 10, 2017
Along with all the advice in the article and comments, I would add to practice slow speed maneuvers, such as U-turns, often. These are skills that deteriorate quickly and only practice will keep you proficient in them.



Shelley Abernathy
Round Rock, TX
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
Beginner riders, if you have the ability to buddy up with some that has years of experience, that is great. I have a brother who points out some "little" things that could be big. Around here, when road ditches are mowed, the fresh cut grass is blown onto the road. If you ride on that at the right time it's like grease on the road. When you stop at an intersection, look where you put your feet; cars can drip oil etc, which could cause you foot to slip.


Wanda Cavett
Enderlin, ND
Sunday, April 23, 2017
Never get comfortable.
Be accomplished; be confident; be prepared (skills training) and "all gear all the time"; but never get comfortable.

The unexpected happens fast. Too comfortable and you let your guard down. Be vigilant, be watchful, stay prepared... you can still have fun.

Ride on baby, ride on!

Susan Quitzau
NJ
Saturday, April 22, 2017
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