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DON'T ROCK THE BOAT: Two-Up Motorcycle Rider Training Train your passenger to go with the flow and you'll both enjoy the ride more

DON'T ROCK THE BOAT: Two-Up Motorcycle Rider Training Train your passenger to go with the flow and you'll both enjoy the ride more

Anyone who's ever ridden with an "untrained" passenger knows that their weaving and bobbing on the back of your bike isn't just annoying—it can be dangerous. That's because the 100- to 200-pound hunk o' burning love you've got riding pillion is what engineers call a "live load"—mass that can...

Published on June 25 2015, 19:53
Source: www.cycleworld.com
 

"I need more time, leave me alone, please!" Mascara runs down her cheek, shoaling in an alluvial, Revlon-delta at the base of her nose. This isn't any way to start our New Zealand motorcycle tour. High on the twelfth floor of Auckland's Sky City Grande hotel, my wife, Colleen, is sitting on the... 

It's remarkable in this modern day and age that some people get surprised when I tell them I ride motorcycles. More women are riding today than ever, but I guess, I don't really fit the stereotypical mold of a female rider. I was 22 when I took a motorcycle training course, and I dropped the... 

From a Skidbike press release: New motorcycle safety technology, teaching tools and instruction methods will be featured in an array of seminars, professional demonstrations and test rides at the 2016 International Rider Training Symposium,April 14 – 16 at the Atlantis Resort, in picturesque... 

Back in the "good" old days of magneto ignition and leather-belt final drives, roadside repairs on a motorcycle were the rule, not the exception. Today, so long as you're not a crasher, you can probably ride a new bike across a continent without doing anything more than topping off the tank... 

Safety and training; two words that tend to elicit a yawn or an eye roll from most people. Motorcycling, though definitely not the safest activity you can choose, is pretty exciting and challenging, yet for the most part, the safety training associated with our sport is quite boring. Riding... 

So, you're considering joining the ranks of motorcycle riders. Congratulations! Motorcycling is an activity that many riders immediately fall in love with and even claim to be life altering. You won't hear any of the MO editorial staff argue with that. After all, we've devoted the bulk of our... 

Pass along your love of riding or expand your moto skills by training with MotoVentures. Chief instructor Gary LaPlante is an excellent coach who offers a wide variety of training, everything from dirtbike newbies to adventure-bike instruction to even trials riding instruction. Begin Press...