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If you live in Chicago, you’ve probably seen the stunt motorcycle riders. They’re the groups who are speeding around the city, popping wheelies and generally giving a bad name to bikers who follow the laws. The police are trying to crack down on motorcyclists who choose to engage in stunt riding while on the roadways.…

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If you ride a motorcycle, one of the best things you can do to keep yourself safe is to learn to drive defensively. When bikers are involved in collisions, they run a greater risk of being critically injured, because they lack the protection that a steel frame offers drivers. They are often thrown from their…

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In the United States, about 5000 motorcyclists will die each year as a result of an accident. If you want to keep riding your motorcycle safely, you need to know drive defensively, because other drivers aren’t always going to be looking out for you. Understanding some of the common ways that these motorcycle accidents occur…

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Motorcyclists are keenly aware of how vulnerable they are to getting an injury every time they ride their bikes. The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports that there were 5,172 motorcyclists killed in a recent year, and per vehicle miles traveled, motorcycle fatalities occurred nearly 27 times more frequently than passenger car occupant fatalities…

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If you own a motorcycle you likely know how dangerous of a hobby this is and it doesn’t matter your experience level. The sad fact of the matter is that you can be as safe as possible when riding, but there will always be an unsafe driver out there who could wind up causing a…

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Although motorcycle riders face various dangers on the road, roadway hazards such as road debris, uneven pavement, and other conditions present acute dangers to riders’ safety. Motorcycles lack the stability of a four-wheeled passenger vehicle or truck that can more easily withstand the impact and effect of these obstacles and threats. According to statistics from…

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Most states, including Illinois, have laws that prohibit lane splitting, lane sharing, and lane filtering. These terms are similar but not identical. Lane filtering. This refers to a motorcycle which navigates its way through stopped vehicles and slow-moving traffic. Motorcycles weave their way between various lanes. Lane sharing. This is when two motorcycles ride in…

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A group of neurological surgeons at the University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics in Madison recently conducted new research concerning the use of motorcycle helmets which was published in the Journal of Neurosurgery: Spine. The new findings discount the old notion that helmets fail to protect against spinal injuries and other injuries in motorcycle accidents.…

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