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Posted on by MPJulian

"Big Rick" Hoffman of Logic Motor Company, and famous GEICO Motorcycle personality, has chosen the RoadLoK Motorcycle Locking System to protect both his theme and production choppers. Orange County, NY — The RoadLoK(r) motorcycle locking system is now featured on every bike produced by the Logic Motor Company. Logic’s founder Rick Hoffman, known in the industry as "Big Rick" and who gained national recognition when GEICO Motorcycle featured him in an advertising campaign, (...)
Posted on by MPJulian

Bikers are being given the chance to improve their riding skills alongside experienced police motorcyclists as part of a summer road safety initiative. Devon and Cornwall Constabulary’s Police Motorcycle Wing is launching Bikesafe for 2007 to provide riders with a safe learning experience and to help reduce the number of biker deaths on the region’s roads. The Bikesafe events have been running across the Force for a number of years, with many riders having completed the sessions, but this (...)
Posted on by Anthony Kodack

Get ready to be inspired, because the same man who taught Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, Jim Carrey and Martin Lawrence (long before "Wild Hogs") to ride motorcycles is the same man who can teach you about being safe on a bike. And he is as close as the north end of the Valley College campus. Michael "Red" Runyon is the guy with the Hollywood clientele and a down home approach rooted in his West Virginia upbringing. "Proper preparation always prevents poor (...)
Source: www.lavalleystar.com
Posted on by Anthony Kodack

How often should a helmet be replaced and how snug should it really fit? These are two key questions that many enthusiasts regularly ask. April is Check Your Helmet Month and MotorClothes specialists at Harley-Davidson dealerships are available to answer these questions and others regarding helmet fit, function, care and replacement. As the riding season begins to ramp up, it is important to ensure a helmet is ready for the rides ahead. During April’s “Check Your Helmet Month” and throughout (...)
Posted on by Anthony Kodack

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), when comparing a automobile to a motorcycle rider the motorcycle rider has a 35 percent greater chance of getting hurt or dying in a automobile accident compared to a driver in a automobile. When wearing a helmet it is less likely that the motorcyclists will receive a serious head injury and more likely to survive the accident according to the The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Safety helmets for (...)

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