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New Ride? 5 Tips for Feeling Comfortable on Your New Motorcycle

There’s something about riding a motorcycle that makes people look and feel invincible. While motorcycles are certainly a terrific mode of transportation, you need to be careful. Serious accidents and fatalities are an unfortunate reality with bikers, often due to careless motorists and other hazardous conditions. Here are five tips for feeling comfortable on your new motorcycle.

Take Lessons

To ride a motorcycle, you need a license, and to obtain your license, you need to take lessons. Find a qualified motorcycle school in your area and enroll. Your instructors will teach you all about the basics of riding and maintaining your motorcycle. Don’t consider any of this optional. The difference between life and death can come from knowing what to do in an emergency.

Review the Rules

The rules of the road for riding a motorcycle are different compared to a car. You need to be aware of things like being in blind spots and parked car doors being opened in your path. To help you out, you need to understand and follow the rules as much as possible. Some rules, such as signaling and following the speed limit, are universal. Should you be involved in an accident, you need to get in touch with a qualified motorcycle accident attorney.

Start Slowly

Your first day of riding a motorcycle will be exciting, but it might not involve merging into traffic at top-speed. You want to build up your skills gradually. As you gain confidence with certain maneuvers and road conditions, you can move on to new ones.

Get Proper Cushioning

If you want to make your motorcycle more comfortable, you should literally make it more comfortable. See how your seat feels and replace it if you’re feeling sore during or after a ride, you want softer padding. You should also make sure your seat is adjusted in a way that makes it easy to hold proper posture.

Have Good Headlights

Visibility is a must when it comes to riding a motorcycle. If your headlights are remotely dim, you could be putting yourself in serious danger. Upgrade your headlights so that you can be seen, particularly at night.

Taking the time to learn about the ins and outs of your motorcycle and how to ride it properly is essential by setting a good example for responsible motorcycle ownership, you can show that the safety of a motorcycle depends on the safety of the person riding it.

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