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Motorcycle Safety and Skills: Handling low-speed maneuvers

Low-speed motorcycle maneuvers

Bill Stermer
August 12, 2010

[Motorcycle Safety and Skills: Handling low-speed maneuvers was originally published in the February 2008 issue of American Rider] Attend any bike week event or rally and you’ll see riders doing things that make you nervous: paddling their feet at stops, duck-walking their bikes across gravel drives... Read more »

Ride for Life

Rider Magazine
July 7, 2010

I hadn’t realized I’ve developed a spiel for talking with motorcycling newbies until just the other day. Like most of you I take pride in being something of a Do-It-Yourselfer, except when it comes to washing windows. Unless the Yourself happens to be you, that is, and then I’m fine with it. Seeing... Read more »

Motorcycle Safety and Skills: Group Riding Tips for a Safe Experience

Bill Stermer
May 12, 2010

Motorcycle Safety and Skills: Group Riding Tips for a Safe Experience Summer is coming and with it, the rally and event season. Whether it’s Daytona, Laughlin, Myrtle Beach, Sturgis or a H.O.G. Chapter ride, if you attend these crowded events and go on these rides you’ll be doing some formation or... Read more »

EVS RS7 Knee Braces

Rider Magazine
January 8, 2010

EVS RS7 Knee Braces EVS Sports is in the protection business. Catering primarily to the off-road segment, it makes helmets, neck braces and collars, knee/shin guards and braces, ballistic jerseys (similar to the Alpinestars Bionic 2), chest/roost guards, gloves and support braces for shoulders (after... Read more »

Medic Alert Tags for Motorcyclists

UTAG Medic Alert Tags

Rider Contributor
October 29, 2009

Review by Joe Michaud [Medic Alert Tags for Motorcyclists was originally published in the December 2009 issue of Rider magazine] The average age of the riding population is creeping up, according to the Motorcycle Industry Council. As we age, our health concerns rise. How many of us require daily medications?... Read more »

Safe Ride LED Motorcycle Deceleration Warning Light Review

Rider Magazine
October 22, 2009

Safe Ride LED Warning Light STOP! Motorists failing to recognize when motorcycles slow down in traffic can lead to dangerous collisions. Visibility is greatly increased with Safe Ride, a lighted early warning system for the back of your motorcycle. Its patented microprocessor-controlled G-force sensor... Read more »

15 Safety Tips for Motorcycle Riding in the Rain

Rain Riding Motorcycle Safety Tips

Rider Contributor
February 12, 2009

By Reg Kittrelle [Safety Tips for Motorcycle Riding in the Rain was originally published in American Rider magazine] The best advice you’ll hear regarding riding in the rain is don’t do it. Bad weather and wet roads raise motorcycle riding to a whole nother level of complexity and—let’s not pussyfoot... Read more »

Aerostich Traveling Motorcycle First-Aid Kits Review

Aerostich First Aid 2

Jerry Smith
September 15, 2008

[This Aerostich Traveling Motorcycle First-Aid Kits Review was originally published in the September 2008 issue of Rider magazine] There’s no guarantee that having a motorcycle first-aid kit will prevent you from having an accident any more than taking a rainsuit along on a ride will guarantee dry... Read more »

XP3 Corporation Hornet Deer Whistle Review

XP3 Corporation Hornet Electronic Deer Whistle

Clement Salvadori
March 4, 2008

[This XP3 Corporation Hornet Deer Whistle Review was originally published in American Rider magazine] Among the seemingly countless road hazards and situations that present themselves to riders daily, unexpected animals that cross the path of a traveling motorcycle can be some of the most dangerous.... Read more »

Bohn Cool Air Bodyguard Motorcycle Impact System Review

Bohn Cool Air Bodyguard Impact System front view.

Rider Contributor
January 4, 2007

Review by Joe Michaud [This Bohn Cool Air Bodyguard Motorcycle Impact System Review was originally published in the October 2006 issue of Rider magazine] It gets triple-digit hot here in the lower-left corner of the United States, and that forces a rethinking of temperature-appropriate riding gear. For... Read more »

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