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Red River Motorcycle ShowGrand Forks, ND (WDAY/WDAZ TV) - The Red River Valley Motorcycle Show filled the Alerus Center in Grand Forks with roaring engines this weekend.. As the weather warms up, more people are pulling out their bikes and safety instructors warn that riders need to have more than just a helmet on to stay safe.

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news feeds icon 150Warmer temperatures mean drivers will be sharing the road with more motorcyclists. No matter how many wheels you take out on the road – motorcycle safety is known as a shared responsibility for both motorcyclists and drivers.

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news feeds icon 150The death in a road mishap of top woman biker Veenu Paliwal has turned the focus of the country’s small but close-knit and growing biker community calling for a fresh look at regulations for superbike users.

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motorcycle safetyI have been riding motorcycles for 6 years now. I do not count the riding experience of anything before that because I didn’t have a driving license then. Roughly more than 90,000 kilometers done with the two motorcycles I have owned in past. Each kilometer ridden adds to your experience towards becoming a better rider.

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Tuesday, 12 April 2016 05:59

3 Tips for Getting Started on a Motorcycle

caseyWhen my friends find out that I ride a motorcycle, some of them are horrified: “It’s so dangerous!” I remind them that life is dangerous, that driving a car is dangerous, that walking down a busy sidewalk is dangerous, and yet we somehow manage every day.

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news feeds icon 150Daytona's annual bike week has come and gone, bringing awareness to the alarming statistic that Florida is leading the nation for fatal motorcycle accidents. according to a report from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

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news feeds icon 150A REVIEW detailing the analysis of thousands of motorcycle crashes over the past several years has been released by road safety minister Liza Harvey. The review found 20 per cent of riders killed had an illegal alcohol limit, most riders had accumulated infringements and most crashes were speed related.

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Wednesday, 06 April 2016 13:14

Motorcycle joy, safety

Motorcycle JoyWeather is warming up and more riders are pulling out of the garage to start their bikes and ride across sunny coastal Georgia. According to the “Army Motorcycle Safety Guide,” motorcycling has become increasingly popular in the Army, with over 33,000 motorcycles currently registered on Army installations.

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Wednesday, 06 April 2016 13:04

Motorcycle safety training coming to Astoria

news feeds icon 150The courses are sponsored by Team Oregon, the state’s approved motorcycle safety program, and provided at the Port of Astoria (classroom) and the Warrenton-Astoria Regional Airport (practice riding).

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phoenixJEFFERSON CITY — The Missouri House gave initial approval Tuesday to legislation that would allow motorcyclists to ride without a helmet. "This is a bill about freedom," said its sponsor, Eric Burlison, R-Springfield .

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