Motorcycle Skills Instruction
Motorcycle riding can be very dangerous and it can be challenging to stay safe on a motorcycle. Driving safely and wearing a helmet can reduce the risk. Owning a bike can fun and adventurous. While you feel more like part of the environment as you drive you are also more exposed to risk and injury. Almost 100 % of motorcyclists that are involved in an accident are injured and most are seriously injured. Most people driving a car that are in a car accident are not seriously injured.
Motorcycle Safety Courses
Take a motorcycle safety course it could save your life.
You will need to prove that you can safely drive a motorcycle before you can get a drivers license. Find DMV approved courses as, military motorcycle safety instruction courses, and AMA course resources.
- The Harley-Davidson Riding Academy
New Rider Course
- Let's Ride Track Days
Laguna Seca, CA, Buttonwillow, CA, Thunderhill, CA
- Fast Track Riders
Rancho Cucamonga, CA
- Hyper Cycle
Van Nuys, CA
- Pacific Track Time
Trackdays at Thunderhill, Buttonwillow, Laguna Seca, Infineon
- SoCal Track Days
La Quinta, CA
- Track Daz
- Track Experience
Willow Springs, CA
- Zoom Zoom Track Days
Thunderhill, CA, Buttonwillow, CA, Infineon, CA
The Advantages of a Motorcycle Helmet
All riders should wear a helmet while riding a motorcycle. A helmet is designed and worn to absorb any impact to the head and protect the brain, and so the material used to make the helmet is critical. Get a lightweight, crack resistant and strong helmet. Pay more and get more in a helmet. Also, get a comfortable helmet preferably a full face helmet that fits tightly around your head. It should still feel soft around your head. Make sure you choose a motorcycle helmet with a DOT approval sticker on the back.
Motorcycle Safety Resources
Consumer Reports – Ten Motorcycle Safety Tips For New Riders
Esurance – How to Stay Safe on Your Motorcycle
Motorcycle Views – Ten Ways to Be Safe on a Motorcycle
Discovery.com – Top Ten Ways to Stay Safe on Your Motorcycle
Business Insider – 10 Motorcycle Safety Tips