Motorcycle Safety & Training News

high traffic deathThe traffic death toll in Chicago is growing, and the national count remains at historic highs, despite new car safety technology.

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Under pressure from U.S. safety regulators, Harley-Davidson is recalling nearly 175,000 motorcycles because the brakes might fail.

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Thursday, 01 February 2018 01:43

SA needs motorcycle licence reform: study

The South Australian government will consider a proposal to raise the age for riding a motorcycle to 18.

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National Highway SafetyWe've long known that motorcycles are dangerous, but a new study explains why that is—and it has nothing to do with helmets.

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ManitobaManitoba Public Insurance says 73 people were killed on Manitoba roads in 2017, the second lowest annual total in the past 35 years.

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Report Card names Best & Worst states, reveals 407 dangerous legislative gaps.

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Yamaha motorcycle With a wave, Mr Kinji Asamura summoned a riderless motorcycle to his side at the Yamaha booth at the Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show last week.

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Austin Motorcycle AccidentsThree bike accidents in a span of just 45 minutes over the weekend casts spotlight on significant toll left in the wake of recent wrecks.

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Motorcycles in Plain SightThe disproportionately high number of motorcycle-related traffic accidents may be linked to the way the human brain processes.

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Harley DavidsonMILWAUKEE -- Harley-Davidson is placing a renewed emphasis on teaching people to ride as part of its efforts to attract more customers.

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