You can do all the basics to keep your self alive on a motorcycle: own a well-maintained bike with great tires, brakes, lights, etc. Have all the proper protective gear: leather boots, jacket, gloves and proper eye wear, etc...
Ask any of my friends and they will tell you that I take motorcycling very seriously. It's been in my blood since I was a kid. If I didn't have to work, I would be spending even more time on my bike...
My love of motorcycles goes back to my childhood. I was always captivated by these two-wheeled works of art. When I was about 9 years old, I took a photo of a Harley-Davidson FLH motorcycle that was parked up at Niagara-On-The-Lake Ontario. I still have that photograph to this day. Coincidentally, my Heritage Softail looks very similar to that Harley that I photographed in 1969.
One of my Harley buddies in England would always tell me, "John, it's not the speed.....it's the sudden stops". It's fun to sometimes go fast under the right conditions when motorcycle riding, but you need to use your head.
I'm sure you have seen this before, drivers in cars and trucks who for some reason do not use their directionals. It is so frustrating to be following a vehicle and all of a sudden the driver makes an unexpected turn. I am positive many accidents are caused by this type of driving.
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