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Motorcycle Commuting Tactics #1: Surviving a Lane Incursion

Motorcycle Commuting Tactics #1: Surviving a Lane Incursion

This April I started filming my motorcycle commutes to work. I live about 23 miles from work, and have to ride downtown. This can be a bit hairy at times, and I figured my commutes might be able to help other motorcyclists who decide to use their bikes instead of their cars to go to […]

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Random Motorcycling Tip #18: Recovering From a Near Miss

Random Motorcycling Tip #18: Recovering From a Near Miss

I knew the car was going to be trouble as soon as I spotted it. I could see the left rear passenger window was covered by a sales sticker as the Toyota sedan sped up the highway on-ramp. Great, I thought to myself, someone taking a test drive during rush hour. The Toyota merged onto […]

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Spring Hypothesis

Spring Hypothesis

Anticipating traffic behavior is vital if you ride a motorcycle on the street. It’s important to keep track on that one car that may make a left-hand turn in front of you, but the typical driving snafus that happen every day are just as dangerous. Anticipating how cars interact with each other is more important […]

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