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It's so nice to see everyone getting out and blasting the twistys. Here we have a bunch of awesome clips of riders tearing up the Mulholland corners. The feeling of riding a fast bike on sticky tires through some tight corners is amazing!View This
Watch some smooth track riding at Jennings GP with BorderlineAlaska! "Took some of my street skills to the track with me. I guess all that street riding paid off. More of my usual street videos coming soon for you guys though. :)" Don't forget to give this video a like!View This
Easy ride on a mountain road in the beautiful dolomites (Italy). Guys go check out Ranic's Instagram page: @ranic675 Lots of amazing photos and video on there!View This
It’s a funny thing as you get older. You become more aware of the dangers of riding. One thing I think a lot of riders overlook is reflective clothing. This day and age with all the smart phone drivers out there the time for being seen is more important than ever. This is where proper amount reflective riding gear comes in.
I remember way, way back when I bought my first street motorcycle. I wanted to get some good riding gear to go with it. I asked one of the salesmen about reflective/hi-viz jackets and he pointed out a couple brands. My first impression was that these jackets lacked the proper amount of reflectiveness or color for them to actually be effectively seen out on the road. I said to the guy, don’t you have anything else? Something with more reflective material? He laughed at me and said why… do you want to look like a Christmas tree all lit up riding down the road? I laughed back and moved on never really thinking about it again.
Fast-forward to now, many years later. I have little more rider wisdom and now I fully gear up for the war on the streets. The enemy, the distracted driver and they are all over the place. I have grown out of the, “but I don’t look cool” thing and think more along the lines of, "Is this gear going to protect me? Are cars going to see me?"
That brings me to reflective jackets, pants, gloves, etc. Ask yourself the question. Do I have enough reflective/hi-viz gear on when I ride? The right amount of reflective clothing can be very effective at all times of the day. If you don’t have riding gear that has reflective material on it then you can easily add on a vest or belt and can even go as far as buying some high-vis yellow and orange clothing from eBay or Amazon.
Just think, someday you might be riding along and catch someone’s eye before they pull out or worse left turn front of you. You never know, a little reflective high-visibility clothing might save your live.
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Wow! Classic! What in the world was this cop thinking? He steps out in the lane in front of a motorcycle causing the other rider in the behind to crash into back of him.View This
Could have been much worse. He almost took out another rider. I have experienced this before but sometimes when you ride to close together you will find yourself with very little or no the reaction time. I think that this is what contributed to this motorcycle crash. That and maybe little target fixation.View This
Can you imagine the payout if this rider crashed because of what this cop does? Throwing coffee at someone on a passing motorcyclist is super dangerous, what a dumbass!View This
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