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A Rider Simply Can't Watch Out for ALL the Dangers

Tmotorcycleime and again, one more piece of video footage from which every rider has something to learn surfaces. The video after the jump is good for the new riders, as it shows them how quickly a situation that looks alright can turn into a crash. Likewise, more experienced riders will be reminded that on two wheels, nobody is 100% safe at any given moment. READ ON

Motorcycle Training: Why the Basic Rider Course Is Not Enough

Christopher Furlong/Getty Images NewsSo, you followed the advice of older and wiser motorcyclists and began your motorcycling career by taking the Motorcycle Safety Foundation’s Basic Rider Course. Good for you. But there’s a lot more to becoming a proficient motorcyclist than just mastering a bunch of parking lot maneuvers and the clutch’s friction zone. Safely handling a powerful two-wheeled machine requires a diverse range of skills that take both time and practice to acquire. READ ON

Stamford motorcycle cop recieves AAA’s traffic hero award.

Photo: Contributed Photo / Stamford PoliceSTAMFORD-A Stamford motorcycle cop has been honored by AAA as a traffic safety hero for his distracted driving and impaired driving enforcement efforts. READ ON

Rising Motorcycle Deaths in SC Prompting Recommendations

Robert KittleColumbia, SC (WLTX) South Carolina is on pace to have one of its deadliest years ever for motorcyclists, with 119 deaths so far compared to 83 last year. READ ON

Course launched to help bikers stay safe

u.k.Potentially lifesaving skills are being offered to bikers in a bid to reduce motorcycle related casualties in our region.

The free course, called Biker Down, passes on practical skills to help avoid being involved in a collision as well as essential first aid and casualty care. READ ON

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