Sharing riding skills, training and safety tips with new and less experienced riders.
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The best advice I was given when I started riding in 1973, was ‘Always assume everyone else on the road is about to do something REALLY stupid’. It’s saved me so many times over the years.
Stay in the middle of your lane so other traffic has to pass you properly instead of squeezing through.
Best advice given to me when I started riding was …. GO FOR IT! 🙂
They said “Son, buy a Road Glide!”
Never ride without boots, jacket & gloves. Didn’t listen until I saw a buddy get serious roadrash. Never done it since.
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