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Thread: Riding Tips from Motorcyclist Magazine..

  1. #21
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    A lot of good info here; however a lot of these we do without even realizing it. Riding in traffic is Nerve Racking and mentally draining so keep yourself in check and realize when your becoming complacent when riding and adjust as needed. just my .02

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    Great tips! Thanks for the reminders!

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    i read this when i first signed up at tsb and thought it was a good read.

    Lately been riding stupid and came to a couple close calls so i re-read this.

    Ride safe tsb

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    Quote Originally Posted by IanH&D View Post
    I have had some close calls with dumbass cagers this week...I thought it might be the way I was riding..Hope this is informative & not a repost..
    Great post! we all can benefit from this. now matter how long we have been riding we all get complacent. Thanks for posting. It was good reading. I'm guilty of several of them.
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    after all the recent deaths/wrecks, felt this thread should get revived...good info

  6. #26
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    Great tips and very good reminders.
    "No matter how many mistakes you've made you are ahead of people who aren't trying."

    Remember Spd_dmn_05-Brandon Williford

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    All good stuff, mostly common sense, but......I'll disregard #15; "tuner" cars are a non-factor and never an issue for me.
    Actually most, if not all cars are never an issue.
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    Very good tips , now everyone just needs to read it !!

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    Great stuff! Being a new rider I realize how invisible to cars you are on a bike. Makes me question my driving skills all these years and how much I was oblivious to.

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    Good tips never hurts to refresh your memory

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