Preston Motorcycle club held yet another fantastic open event on Sunday the 22nd of May, this occasion was an open track day/supermoto day, and Rider tuition skills course. The day was open to both members and non members, as well as MA license holders and non-license holders.
Some local bikers hopped on their choppers for a good cause today. It was all part of the Bi-state Biker Safety Awareness Ride in Orion, Illinois. Local 4's Krista Burris takes us on ride that helps two different groups in the Quad Cities.
Hawthorne Police Department motor officers have scheduled the next "Ride to Live" motorcycle training course from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. June 18. The free class teaches emergency braking, proper manipulation of the clutch and throttle, precision maneuvering, counter steering, obstacle avoidance and other riding techniques.
Data from Michigan State Police shows there were 140 deadly motorcycle related crashes in the state last year. Sharing the road is just one of the things drivers can do to help keep motorcyclists safe.
Forty-four motorcyclists were killed in accidents so far this year in South Carolina. Of those, 76 percent were not wearing a helmet. In response, the S.C. Highway Patrol launched its #RideSmart campaign, which encourages riders to complete rider safety programs, drive defensively and wear the correct protective gear.
With more crashes grabbing headlines, Scranton police officers marked motorcycle awareness month Wednesday by going over safety reminders for everyone on the road.The warm weather naturally brings out motorcyclists.
We've recently managed to dig up footage of British military motorcycles being put through their paces, as well as Canadian riders, so it seems only right to include this video showing American wartime moto efforts. Offered with an incongruous and anachronistic soundtrack, [suggest you mute if the easy-listening jazz is too offencive] this video starts with a motorcycle on fire.
Motorcycle Safety classes around Indy are filling up quickly, according to some new providers. “We’re currently booked through the middle of June and we just announced (classes) last week," Owner of Harley Davidson of Indianapolis David Dellen said.
Motorcycle riders can be particularly vulnerable when they take to the highway. This month marks a special nationwide campaign to raise awareness for rider safety. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration declared May Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month.
This Victoria Day weekend, people across Ontario will head out on the highway on their motorcycles, or put their boats in the water to mark the unofficial start of summer.