Join Date: Jul 2018
Location: Apopka Florida NW of Orlando near a twist in the road and a hill on the horizon...
I would bet you that following too close behind the next driver is half the reason people get rear ended.
Just because your riding a motorcycle in front of the guy in a car or truck , moving van, whatever does not mean they
are going to give YOU more room. If YOU the motorcycle rider desides to play it safe and hang back a bit just in case,
Some A hole will cut in on the space between you and the gap you left. And then you guessed it + slam on the brakes....
With steam eminating from your visor and a long string of foul words later you catch your breath and push your heart
back into your chest. Does this scenario sound familiar ?
2017 DL 650 , Shad 23 bags, Givi crash bars, 32 watt LED aux lights , Goldwing pegs, Metalic silver front fender, Lazer cut aluminum Chain guard, Madstad 20" windshield
light smoke tint , Blu/blk Driven Racing Billet bar ends, Dbl Take adventure mirrors , Gel seat cover, Twin tool tubes, Givi 30L top case, 45 years in the saddle and counting
Yoshimura 3/4 system simmering on low in the oven.
AMA member, RestoRides MotorSports CEO
Our dog Trixie 7 year old Chiuaua / Min Pin mix Shelter Rescued Smartest dog we have ever owned. She's great and does lots of tricks.