Minggu, 14 Februari 2010


1)Anticipation. It sounds simple, and it is. It’s easy to switch off while you’re riding, especially when the roads are a little quieter. Always keep an eye out for the unexpected.

2)Watch your speed. We’re not talking about crawling along at 5 miles an hour, where would the fun be in that? Just make sure you ride at a speed that gives you enough time to react – especially when it’s wet, foggy or icy.

3)Positioning. When you’re on the roads it’s crucial you’re seen at all times. So position yourself in the middle of the lane so cars can see you.

4)Overtaking. It’s one of the most satisfying things you can do on your motorcycle, especially in heavy traffic, but make sure you always look over your shoulder to see what people are doing behind you. Avoid overtaking on bends or near junctions, and obey the road markings.

5)Be seen. Even in good light dipped headlights can help you get spotted. If your motorcycle was built or sold after 2002 you’ll have dipped headlights. Check your motorcycle does too.

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