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STAND OUT IN A CROWD

Do you know that certain person that always needs to be the centre of attention? They dressbrilliantly, they dance around the party and command your attention. If the road was a partyand you’re a motorcycle rider you need to be that person. Step 1 – dress for success. Hi-Vis clothing works and the higher you …

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Gear That Fits Not Flaps!

PPE or Personal Protective Gear is all the rage right now in the time of Covid-19. For motorcyclists it hasbeen part of attire all along. In fact some articles of protection like leather chaps, jackets, pants andgloves date back to the wild, wild west. The proper riding gear is important for your protection and for …

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EYES (Part 3)

Eyes part 1 talked about understanding and training the riders eyes to perceive potential dangeroussituations. Part 2 talked about how others might or might not see you. In Part 3 we will talk about howto train your eyes to prioritize when and where to look. In urban environments you should be practicing SIPDE, always scanning …

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EYES (Part 2)

You might think that they take a steady video of to analyse what’s going on. In fact, your brain processesaction as a series of still shots. Your brain is also programmed to identify familiar objects and possibledisregard unfamiliar items. There is an acronym known as SMIDSY or Sorry Mate I Didn’t See You. For this …

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EYES (Part 1)

Eyes are the windows to your brain. They control what you see and how you react. You have probablyheard of target fixation or conversely “to look where you want to go”. The first is a must not and thesecond is an absolute must. Eyes may not naturally know to look where you want to go …

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SPRING MAINTENANCE

So far 2020 hasn’t been very conducive for riding. In many parts of the country the weather hasn’t quite let go of winter. As a result roads are cold and dirty and lacking in traction. Covid-19 has also kept us all at home.  Many are bored and itching to go for a ride.  We do …

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Rider Preparation

When it is allowed in your jurisdiction it is always good to start the year with a little practice. For most riders its been 6 months since you last swung a leg over and twisted a throttle. A little practice can go a long way to honing your motorcycle skills. Fortunately, there are lots of …

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