Tips to Better Riding


Here are four things that should be on your to-do list for 2016. Stick to these and you will be a far, far better rider by the end of the year.

Unlike breathing or eating, riding motorcycles does not come naturally to motorcyclists with very few exceptions. A school or training center like the once from the some manufacturers will clear up ideas about riding in your head and give you time and space at the racetrack to pick up and polish new skills that make you a better, smoother and faster rider at the racetrack.

Unlike motorcycles, you only get one body per lifetime. Good protective gear mitigates injury in a crash and usually reduces the risk or injury. But the less obvious benefit of good gear is that it makes you comfortable on the motorcycle which leads to better riding and usually fewer close calls because you're more likely to paying attention to where you are going. And of course, good gear looks great which is always welcome, right? Look for discounts on the well known websites to be able to get more for your money.
There is no way around it. People who ride more ride better. Motorcycles are amazing and life changing and so it's a little hard for me to imagine how anyone can stay off the,. But if you're a weekend warrior, maybe it's time you resolved to ride more. A good ride burns calories, is good for your heart, is linked to longevity and lower stress and makes you feel younger. Some of these facts are made up, of course, but they feel true.

Yes, ride to work. Most of the news you've read has it wrong. Motorcycles in Thailand have to meet some of the strictest exhaust emissions norms and riding a motorcycle alone is far more environment-friendly than driving or being driven. Riding daily improves concentration, cuts fuel bills, reduces commute times and reduces congestion and pollution. So do the right thing and ride your motorcycle as much you can...Tag: Riding Skill Safety Gear Training Riding School Commute Emission
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