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May is IS MOTORCYCLE SAFETY MONTH Tips for motorcycle beginners Men and women who ride motoecyces often intist theres nothing quite lke riding. Riding a motorcyde not only can be exlarating and provide a feeling unle any other, but in aso requires parience and discipine for beginners and veteran riders alke Riding a motoesycle carries a certain stigma of being who fonget their respomibilies while on the road. The following are some tips that beginners can put to use when hitting the open road. Gear up and stay geared up. Beginners understandably nervous and therefore less kely bo learve necessary equipment in the garage. Alwayswear a helmet, mosorcycle jacket riding gloves, riding boots and mosercycle pants when riding Many riders ta acclimated so their whether you have been riding for S50 days or 50year Prepare, prepare, prepare. There's no such thing as too much preparation when riding a motoncycle. Motorcycle training guides are valuable tools of information for beginners. These imtractional aspects of eiding a motoecydle, and no beginner shold get on a motorcycle without frst watching ot readinga le training guide -Practice away from other motorists. Dont start riding en a freeway until you have grown acoustomed to riding the bike at slew practice speeds you've honed away feom other moborists. Empty parking loes make ideal training grounds Once you feel comfortable in the parking lot, gradually move to roads without heavy traffic, such aresidential neighborhood Once youre truly comfortable on the bike, then you can Go to class. A motorcycle safety course might be not reauired in others Regardless of whether or not it's required, take the clas anyway Such clatses might cost a few hundred dolan Otau -Get the right size. Some riders envision themselves at the heles of a big hog, while others see themselves tooling down the Nighay on an ulbsa-ligh is either direction, at least not with your fet motoecydle A heavy bike might be more stable, but ts aso harder so control A lighter bike might feel easier to control but in's best to wait unbl have had a year or two of experience befone buying Safe This poster provided by DUBOIS HARLEY-DAVIDSON "Look twice - Save a OMPANYlife" HARLEY-DAVIDSON 101 West DuBois Ave. DuBois, PA 15801.(814) 371-5750 May is IS MOTORCYCLE SAFETY MONTH Tips for motorcycle beginners Men and women who ride motoecyces often intist theres nothing quite lke riding. Riding a motorcyde not only can be exlarating and provide a feeling unle any other, but in aso requires parience and discipine for beginners and veteran riders alke Riding a motoesycle carries a certain stigma of being who fonget their respomibilies while on the road. The following are some tips that beginners can put to use when hitting the open road. Gear up and stay geared up. Beginners understandably nervous and therefore less kely bo learve necessary equipment in the garage. Alwayswear a helmet, mosorcycle jacket riding gloves, riding boots and mosercycle pants when riding Many riders ta acclimated so their whether you have been riding for S50 days or 50year Prepare, prepare, prepare. There's no such thing as too much preparation when riding a motoncycle. Motorcycle training guides are valuable tools of information for beginners. These imtractional aspects of eiding a motoecydle, and no beginner shold get on a motorcycle without frst watching ot readinga le training guide -Practice away from other motorists. Dont start riding en a freeway until you have grown acoustomed to riding the bike at slew practice speeds you've honed away feom other moborists. Empty parking loes make ideal training grounds Once you feel comfortable in the parking lot, gradually move to roads without heavy traffic , such a residential neighborhood Once youre truly comfortable on the bike, then you can Go to class. A motorcycle safety course might be not reauired in others Regardless of whether or not it's required, take the clas anyway Such clatses might cost a few hundred dolan Otau -Get the right size. Some riders envision themselves at the heles of a big hog, while others see themselves tooling down the Nighay on an ulbsa-ligh is either direction, at least not with your fet motoecydle A heavy bike might be more stable, but ts aso harder so control A lighter bike might feel easier to control but in's best to wait unbl have had a year or two of experience befone buying Safe This poster provided by DUBOIS HARLEY-DAVIDSON "Look twice - Save a OMPANYlife" HARLEY-DAVIDSON 101 West DuBois Ave. DuBois, PA 15801.(814) 371-5750