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Tuesday, 26 April 2016 11:33

Tips For Riding Your Motorcycle In The Rain

Motorcycle In The RainRiding your motorcycle in the rain is something that many people try to avoid. The “Mayhem” commercials from Allstate start to pop into mind (just google it). There are slippery roads, falling trees and random objects that may get in your path.

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news feeds icon 150SALT LAKE CITY -- After a series of deadly motorcycle crashes this month, the Utah Highway Patrol and other public safety organizations urge everyone on the road to travel safely.

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 Motorcycle AwarenessBUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) - Motorcycle Awareness Month is just around the corner. However, it is always time to be aware of your surroundings as you head out on the roads.

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harley GroupMANSFIELD — May is “Motorcycle Safety Awareness” Month. This month-long safety message is used to urge motorcyclist to wear proper safety gear and also to remind motorists to be cautious when sharing the road with motorcycles.

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Monday, 25 April 2016 12:46

NIACC Offering Motorcycle Courses

Motorcycle CoursesNorth Iowa Area Community College offers the Motorcycle Basic Rider Course curriculum developed by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation in Garner at the High School and in Hampton at the Middle School. The Basic Rider Course is the best introduction to motorcycling anywhere in the world.

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news feeds icon 150PORTLAND (WGME) -- Governor Paul LePage has signed a new bill into law, to try and make roads safer for motorcycle riders.  Last year, 32 motorcyclists were killed in crashes on Maine roads.

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news feeds icon 150TOLEDO, Oh. (WNWO) — While "Motorcycle Awareness Month" doesn't technically start until next month, the Toledo Police Department held a safe driving demonstration to kickstart the effort.

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Here in South Texas our wonderful weather allows motorcyclists to enjoy the roads almost every day. But taking your bike out for a ride is not without risk. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports some sobering statistics:

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Officials stress safetyWallingford police spokeswoman Lt. Cheryl Bradley said the department tends to see an increase in motorcycle accidents in correlation with warmer weather. Speed is also usually a factor in most accidents.

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Motorcycle SaferyEarly on in my four-decade radio career my Father taught me "never forget the power you have with your media" -- as such I'm proud that ALL my media peers are jumping in to advise their listeners, readers, and viewers to support a project that I got involved in recently called the Alberta Motorcycle Safety Society.

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