Motorcycle riding class.
Ride Safe USA Safety Tip: 10 causes of motorcycle crashes. First, there is rarely a single factor that leads to a motorcycle crash, generally a crash is an interaction of factors. Prominent factors that lead to motorcycle crashes include: 1) Violation of right of way at intersections, motorist turning in front of you. 2) Debris or gravel in a blind corner, 3) Being sideswiped by a car or truck, 4) Underestimating a curve and losing control, 5) Being rear-ended by others, 6) Riding beyond your limits, 7) Driver opens his car door unexpectedly in close quarter traffic, 8) Slippery road conditions, 9) Improper front brake use, 10) Riding under the influence. These are just a few problems that can lead to a crash. To be safe, always use SEE search, evaluate and execute. Above all, keep a mental attitude of safety first, fun second. Lastly, attend a motorcycle rider education course at motorcycle schools dedicated to safety instead of motorcycle sales. Any motorcycle riding class that is geared toward product loyalty is perhaps not the best choice to learn about safe riding. Inquire who will be coaching your class so that you know the expertise of the staff and if they are a good fit for beginners.
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