So you were just in a motorcycle accident, what do you do now? It can be a scary experience, especially if this is your first accident while riding. First, try to stay calm and take the situation step-by-step.
Riding a motorcycle is a exhilarating experience that everyone should try at least once. Once you buy a motorcycle or even just have that first ride, you’ll never look back. Riding gives you a sense of freedom that a car, even a convertible, cannot offer. With that being said, let’s look at a wide variety of reasons ranging from passion to practicality that makes riding a motorcycle a great idea.
Las Vegas, NV — No Regrets Bar is hosting the No Regrets Bike Night, presented by Las Vegas Bike Fest, on Friday, April 14th. The event will feature live music, drinks, and food. There will also be drawings and contests, including the chance to win a men’s Viking Cycle American Eagle leather jacket or tickets to the Las Vegas Bike Fest Rally in October.
Diss, England — A survey commissioned by Lexham Insurance, a motorcycle insurance company in Britain, surveyed over 2,000 local commuters who use various methods to commute to work everyday. Their research found what many bikers already know in Britain and the United States — that riding a motorcycle to work is one of the least stressful methods of commuting to work.
Lexham Insurance also found that motorcyclists’ lower stress levels helped them throughout the day. Of course it’s not surprising that an open air stress-free commute leads to a lower stress experience throughout the day.
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Owning a motorcycle is only enjoyable if you can actually ride, and for many riders weather can be the primary culprit of missed riding chances. Some riders may enjoy the excitement of riding in adverse weather conditions, but many more dread getting caught in the rain. So we’ve broken down the top 5 of the sunniest states for riders who want clear skies, dry roads, and warmer weather.
Daytona, FL — The 76th Anniversary of Daytona Bike Week begins Friday, March 10th and will run through Sunday, March 19th. An estimated 500,000 bikers will converge for the rally on the east coast of Florida. The event features nightly concerts, bike shows, food trucks, and a variety of retail vendors.