Join Date: Nov 2017
Location: Leduc Alberta Canada
A few more of my pointers that I practice.
Keeping my head/eyes moving to be aware of my surroundings, and a way to escape a situation.
Gridlock is tough to do this in. I like to get out of the "platoon" of vehicles asap, so if I have to
speed up or slow down to do this, so be it.
Being visible, adding lights like Bikevis mini LED bullets is inexpensive and effective. Couple of extra
red running lights on the rear, and amber on the front make a noticeable difference.
Optic green/yellow jackets, vests, or helmets may not be fashionable but they work well too.
My rule of thumb on riding, when you put your helmet on, consider yourself invisible.
2018 Black 310GS
2011 Royal Enfield Classic with Cozy Bullet sidecar
1981 Honda 400 Homemade Bobber
1978 Honda Naked Goldwing
16 past varieties too numerous to mention