Crowd Ques­tion

Motorcyclist - - Contents -

1.

“Ride through an in­ter­sec­tion with the as­sump­tion that it’s safe, or that other driv­ers see me com­ing and will yield. Blam­ing oth­ers for turn­ing in front of you doesn’t ac­com­plish any­thing if you are dead.”

REX DECKER, BARTOW, FLORIDA

2.

“I avoid tak­ing any type of high­stakes risks be­yond what rid­ing a bike brings on its own. Ex­ces­sive speeds (in re­la­tion to a given set­ting), burnouts, and wheel­ies are all things I avoid.”

ADAM VAN WIN­KLE, AN­TI­OCH, CAL­I­FOR­NIA

3.

“Ride with­out a high-qual­ity, well­fit­ting hel­met. No ex­cuses, and not even ‘just to the end of the block’ dur­ing a test ride.”

HEATHER MICHELLE, CLAVET, SASKATCHEWAN

4.

“I won’t ride in a man­ner to give any of my fel­low bik­ers a bad rep­u­ta­tion.”

BLAIR MACMIL­LAN AN­DER­SON, EN­FIELD, NOVA SCO­TIA

5.

“Show off. I’ve been rid­ing mo­tor­cy­cles for over 40 years and have some ex­tremely good skills. But show­ing off... that can get you.”

ALAN TITECA, HAMIL­TON, MON­TANA

6.

“I won’t ride with­out a qual­ity hel­met from a brand with some his­tory be­hind it.”

DANIEL SHOEMAKE, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE

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