bikers rules for the road.

Discussion in 'Moto Club' started by blackopsglock, Apr 6, 2005.

  1. blackopsglock

    blackopsglock smckma

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    1- Yes, everyone on four wheels IS trying to hit you!
    2- Being stupid is painful.
    3- Always keep the rubber side down.
    4- It's not the fall, it's the sudden stop at the end.
    5- And it's still better than driving a car!
     
  2. WERA49

    WERA49

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    Good points. I've learned a couple of extras:

    Watch the front tires of cars/trucks (or watch the steering wheel). The tires turn, the vehicles loads the outside tires, then the car changes direction.

    After getting a green light at an intersection, look to see if someone is going to run their redlight before proceeding.

    Don't ride in the middle. That's where the four wheelers leak fluid.

    Bridges really do form ice before the rest of the road.

    Make sure that you can see the drivers eyes (in the next lane) in their side mirror. If you can't see them, they can't see you.

    There are more, but I'm sleepy.

    Keep the rubber side down. :)
     

  3. Rebublic of MA

    Rebublic of MA

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    Never ride another man on the back of your bike unless hes in need of emergency medical attention.

    When you've crashed, and you think you're done sliding, count to 5, then try to stand up. Trying to stand while sliding is not a pretty sight

    The surgon general has determined the safe load of this rear seat to be 125lbs. Passangers in excess of this may be hazardous to your health.