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Riding Right

Motorcycle safety tips and advice on how to ride your motorcycle more safely, and how to become a better motorcycle rider.

Over And Out Moto Women’s Off-Road Riding and Camping Event

Learn to ride dirt bikes in a low commitment, safe, supportive environment

4/6/2021, By Maggie McNally, WRN Director of Rider Outreach
Over And Out (OAO) events include 3 days of off-road riding, camping, and lots of fun bonding with women riders in a private setting. OAO is for women who ride, or who want to learn to ride dirt bikes, enduro, motocross, dual sport, and more. Read about how Maggie McNally became a better dirt rider while making memories with new riding buddies at OAO 2020.
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Motorcycling Safety During a Pandemic

Wearing motorcycle gear and rider skills take on new meaning

2/27/2021, By Carla King
Motorcycling offers one of the best ways to get out and enjoy the outdoors while staying safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. But there are still plenty of extra precautions we need to consider before heading out on two wheels.
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Triumph Offers Free Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) Online Training to New and Returning Riders

Learn about motorcycles, gear, and rider safety for free from home

1/29/2021
To share the passion about motorcycles and teach new riders to learn how to ride safely, Triumph has partnered with the Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) to make the MSF Basic eCourse available free of charge to prospective new riders or former riders interested in riding again.
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Confidence Corner: 3 Ways Women Riders Undermine Their Self-Confidence

Identifying and changing destructive thought patterns

6/4/2020, By Alisa Clickenger, WRN Leadership Board
Being mindful of the way we tear ourselves down opens the door to building ourselves up, ultimately changing the way we view ourselves and the world around us. Alisa Clickenger sheds light on three common ways women unknowingly kill their confidence.
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Reader Story: RawHyde Adventures Training with Dad by My Side

Finding focus and excitement with my BMW G 310 R during the pandemic

10/30/2020, By Madison Traviss, Des Moines, Iowa
WRN reader Madison Traviss bought a BMW G 310 R recently, but with the pandemic there were no events to ride to. So she got creative and enrolled in a course to learn to ride off-road—with her motorcycling dad by her side.
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New Adventure Rider Finds Her Rebellious Side at the ADVWoman Rally

Learning lessons in the dirt with Pat Jacques

9/17/2020, By Kris Fant, Photos by GrizGirlPhotography.com
“The rear wheel spins and digs for traction. I stand on the pegs while the bike slides left and right under me as I accelerate.” While some of us would find these scenarios horrifying, Kris Fant shares why she loves and why you might too.
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Reader Question: I’m Afraid of Dropping My Motorcycle in a Turn

Help this rider with tips for making u-turns and tight turns on a Harley

8/9/2020
Can anyone give this reader some words of wisdom to help her get over the fear of dropping a heavy bike while turning?
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Harley-Davidson's Private and Small Group New Rider Training

Get behind the handlebars and learn to ride a motorcycle with low pressure

7/9/2020
With so many motorcycle training sites shut down or classes postponed due to COVID-19 fears, Harley-Davidson is rolling out two new programs that aims to train new riders safely and successfully. Select Harley-Davidson dealers are offering small group training and personal one-on-one coaching that makes learning to ride more personalized.
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Confidence Corner: Stretching Beyond Your Motorcycling Comfort Zone

How to set achievable goals that will raise your skill level

2/21/2020, By Alisa Clickenger, WRN Leadership Board
Women’s Motorcycle Tours founder, author, and coach, Alisa Clickenger, provides tips for women to build confidence in motorcycling and beyond in her new column on Women Riders Now, called Confidence Corner. In this first article, we learn about setting ourselves up for success.
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Ask a Lawyer: Safe Weight Packing

Are you overloading your bike?

10/24/2019, By Billy Edwards, Motorcycle Attorney
Attorney Billy Edwards clues us in on some of his insights from his years of riding and handling motorcycle cases.
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