Cold weather winter riding is something almost every motorcycle rider around the world will experience either on purpose, or on accident. And when you’re sitting at your desk, reading an article about it, it might not seem like that big of a deal…
This year Ride Vision’s groundbreaking motorcycle collision avoidance technology was featured at the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) Working Party on Automated/Autonomous and Connected Vehicles forum event (WP.29/GRVA), held virtually in Geneva.
One of the most fun parts about having a motorcycle is the gadgets you can buy to go with it! Motorcycle technology has come a long way over the years, but motorcyclists still need to do everything they can to increase their safety, comfort, and visibility.
It’s time to break the braking myth: do motorcycles actually require a shorter stopping distance than cars?
One of the best things about being a motorcyclist is the riding culture. No matter what kind of rider you are, there’s a place for you — and probably an Instagram account too!
Every rider’s number one goal while on the road is to get to their destination safely, whether it’s going to work, heading home, or just having fun. Unfortunately though, safe riding can be both challenging, and expensive.
Anyone whose ever been on two wheels knows it’s addicting… one minute you’re buying your first bike, and the next you’ve spent 9 hours cruising gear reviews and making a mental shopping list of all the cool new things you need (not want!).
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Motorcycles, by their nature, are more vulnerable than most vehicles on the road. Any rider knows that deciding to swing a leg over their motorcycle seat is far more dangerous than getting behind the wheel of their car. In fact, although motorcyclists make up only a small segment of registered vehicles, they account for almost 18% of all traffic fatalities.
Riders are very aware of the dangers of riding on the road. According to a recent study by the Insurance Information Institute, motorcycle riders are 29 times more likely to be involved in a fatal roadway accident than automotive passengers are.