Safety Question of the Month
Being aware of even the smallest of details can help you ride more safely. Here’s a question for you to ponder.
You are riding with a with a group of friends. The morning was fun, but a little stressful – the group you’re with rides too fast and too close together for your liking, and you don’t know the route you’re following. At lunch, you notice a couple of your friends having beers with their food. These are the same riders who organized the ride and the ones setting the pace. They suddenly don’t seem like such experts anymore.
You overhear that the afternoon will have even more challenging roads and you’re feeling a little tired after a big lunch. What would you do?
Be ready to share your ideas at the May Chapter meeting.
Other Safety Links
|Rules of the Road|
|Nebraska Helmet Law|
|Safe Rider Skills Plaques|
|Motorcycle Safety Foundation|
|Harley Davidson Riding Academy|