We asked some of the world’s most famous and experienced riders to share their advice on riding in the dark.
We also asked them how they went about making sure they rode the way they did.1.
Never stop movingWhen you’re on a bike, you’re not just on a road.
You’re also in motion.
The light you see bouncing off of the surface of the road is actually a reflection of your own light source.
In order to keep you safe while you’re moving at the speed of light, it’s best to look away from the road at all times.
You can look to your right, your left, your right-hand side, your side and your side of the bike.2.
Be cautious with speedWhen you are on a motorcycle, it is always best to remain alert and aware of your surroundings.
The speed of the motorcycle can be increased by taking off too slowly.
However, it doesn’t have to be as fast as you’d like to be.
In the case of speed, you need to be careful not to stop too soon.
When you slow down, you lose some of your acceleration and can lose your control of your bike.3.
Wear reflective clothingIf you’re riding in an enclosed space like a parking lot or garage, you’ll want to be wearing reflective clothing.
If you’re at a large group event or at a busy intersection, it might be best to wear a light jacket that is reflective.4.
Use helmets with reflective visorsMany motorcycle riders don’t have any problem riding with a helmet on.
However a helmet is not a good idea if you’re in the presence of other riders.
You need to look around the rider and assess their surroundings.
If a rider is in a vehicle, you must look at the driver’s license, driver’s permit, or identification card to make sure you’re safe.
If the driver has an expired license, your only option is to get a new one.5.
Ride in an area where other riders are travelingIf you have a group ride where other motorcycle riders are riding together, make sure to have a ride leader.
Ride leaders should be riders that are familiar with each rider’s riding style.
It’s best if you ride with one rider and one ride leader who knows what to expect.6.
Use your mirrorsWhen you ride in a motorcycle group, you will often be looking through your mirrors.
A mirror is a small, thin piece of glass that allows you to look through your visor.
It can be useful to have your own mirrors if you want to keep your eyes open, but you should also look through a group of other people.7.
Be aware of the weatherIf you are in a high-risk area, like the city, it can be very dangerous to ride in the night.
If it is a high risk area, such as an area that has a lot of cyclists, you should be wearing a reflective jacket to keep yourself from seeing any flashing lights.8.
Avoid riding at nightWhile there are times when you should ride in dark areas, riding in those areas can be dangerous.
The only safe time to ride is when you are at your destination and not on the road.
Riding in high-speed traffic or during daylight hours can be a real safety hazard.9.
Ride to the nearest stopThe safest way to go when riding is to stop and ride at the nearest bike shop.
When a bike shop closes, there is a short time before you can stop at a bike repair shop to have the bike serviced.
If there is no bike shop, it will be best if a person can get you to the shop, preferably a member of your motorcycle group.
The most important thing to do is to not get distracted while you wait.10.
Ride as a teamThere are some ways to ensure that you ride together and that your rider is riding in a team.
In an organized group, the leader should have the responsibility of maintaining the order of the ride.
If one rider is busy and needs to concentrate, it could be difficult for the other riders to keep the group in order.
The same applies if the group is split into two or more groups.
If this is the case, it may be best for the leader to lead the group by riding in tandem, riding at the same speed.
If two riders are not in a group, they may need to work together.11.
Remember to check your mirrors when you’re going through intersectionsThe only way to check the lights that are flashing at intersections is to look out your rearview mirror and check the speed.
When lights are flashing, make a mental note of the speed at which you are moving.
If that speed is less than you need, make adjustments to your speed accordingly.