10 Tips for safer motorcycling

  • Don't let yourself be provoked.
  • Never allow yourself to provoke behavior that doesn't suit you or your driving style.
Drive the way you feel safe! Choose the best protection Every time you go out, even for short trips, you should wear the best protection for your body. This includes :
  • A safety helmet.
  • Dedicated leather gloves for bikers.
  • Motorcycle boots.
  • Protectors for the back, hips, knees and lower legs.
  • A jacket with great protections on the body.
Make sure you are always visible and preferably with a yellow vest.

Practice emergency braking

For motorcyclists, emergency braking is one of the most critical situations on the road. That's why you need to know how to handle the brakes and have the right reflexes to deal with situations you didn't expect. Therefore, as a motorcyclist, you should train yourself to master this action in order to stop your motorcycle and reduce its speed at the right moment. Test your brakes before any motorcycle ride. Test your brakes and other important components before every ride. If there's even the slightest defect or wear, you shouldn't ride at all.

To drive, you need to feel good about yourself

Only ride when you are physically and psychologically fit. Being in poor physical condition, such as suffering from the flu or being affected mentally, will diminish your reflexes and your ability to control your motorcycle.

Keep your cool in an accident

If you are injured in an accident, try to keep your cool even if you are not at fault. Keep a distance from other vehicles.  If you keep a safe distance from vehicles in front of you, you'll have more time to react in dangerous situations. Always stay focused. Riding a motorcycle is not without its dangers, so stay focused while riding. Keep your eyes on the road at all times and avoid looking at the various electronic equipment on your machine.

Be prepared for real-life situations

Always keep in mind that the unthinkable could happen on the road. How do you react when a driver does not give you the right of way or overtakes you when he has no right to do so? By being prepared for such situations, you will adopt the right behavior and have the right reflexes on the road. If you want to push the limits of your motorcycle, you can do it. But everyday traffic is not the right environment for that. A closed circuit is the ideal place to ride your motorcycle at high-speed while being advised by seasoned professionals.
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