Back to School: Motorcycle Training For Street Riders

desert ride

It’s a new year, which means if you’re like most of us you’ve probably made some type of resolution to improve your inner or outer self. Maybe you want to be more patient, strive to smile more, or want to shed a few pounds? How about learning something completely new or improving on the skills […]

Motorcycle Safety Tips: How To Stay Safe When Out On The Road

Country Road

The open road can be fun and freeing, but ask any tenured biker and they will tell you how quickly a Sunday drive can become dangerous. The following motorcycle safety tips are a reminder to bikers everywhere regarding how to stay safe on the road: Gear, Gear And More Gear A rider’s first line of protection […]

How To Deal With Motorcycle Road Rage: Part II

Freeway Rider

It’s easy to take things personally when people in cars push their road rage on you while you’re riding a motorcycle. However, you have to be smart when dealing with these situations or things can escalate quickly. You never know if the person is carrying a weapon and has the intent to physically hurt you, so it’s always […]

How To Deal With Motorcycle Road Rage: Part I

Road Rage Driver

Maybe road rage happens against motorcyclists because they look fast, can get up ahead of traffic or because they’re simply not in an enclosed vehicle, but angry drivers are everywhere. The most difficult thing for motorcyclists is defusing the situation. It’s never smart to get into an altercation with a person driving a four-wheeled vehicle because they […]

6 Safety Tips ATV Riders Really Need To Consider

ATV riders at dusk

With the summer weather in full effect, the ATV riding season is well underway. Many ATV riders are hitting the trails and dirt paths, but many tend to forgo necessary safety tips. Since many feel more comfortable driving ATVs than a dirt bike or motorcycle, ATV riders tend to push the limits on safety. Driving […]

5 Myths About Motorcycle Helmets

Honda Fury Rider

For some riders, there’s an opportunity to make a decision on whether or not to wear a motorcycle helmet. However, some riders in certain states are required to wear the protective gear. It’s also fairly common to receive a bunch of illogical answers when a motorcyclist who chooses to ride without a helmet is asked about […]

5 Steps To Get Your Motorcycle License

Open Road

If you’re looking to get your motorcycle license, you might simply be wondering about the initial steps to getting on a bike. Instead of saying “I really want to get my motorcycle license,” you can actually act on it by following a few tips. Here are five steps to follow to get your motorcycle license: 1) […]

Study: Lane-Splitting Safer Than Originally Thought

Lane Splitting in traffic

While there is only one state that allows motorcyclists to actively lane-split while riding, many oppose the idea by saying it’s unsafe. However, a new report from the University of California, Berkeley, claimed the act of lane-splitting is actually “relatively safe” when performed in the correct manner. Since California is the only state permitting lane-splitting, […]

NHTSA Working To Ban Novelty Motorcycle Helmets

Ambulance medics

With the vast amount of cool motorcycle helmets available on the online market, there are new worries that some equipment is either not certified by the Department of Transportation (DOT) or is being marked DOT-certified without any proof of following federal guidelines. According to a proposal by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), novelty […]

Preventing Motorcycle Theft: Part I

Police car lights

Motorcycle theft is a serious issue in the U.S., and it’s always recommended to lock up your bike as much as possible when left unattended. According to a report by the National Insurance Crime Bureau, the summer months from June to September are highest times for motorcycle theft in the U.S. Additionally, July and August see the […]