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Internet reacts to Lane Splitting episode

Internet reacts to Lane Splitting episode

Lane splitting is when a motorcycle travels in-between the lanes of moving or stationary vehicles. Through studies, it's been proven that lane splitting increases safety for motorcyclists and reduces traffic congestion for cars. It's also a great bunch of fun. Nevertheless, it's always stirred a...

Published on January 13 2013, 08:22
Source: hellforleathermagazine.com
 

Episode 12 of the Two Enthusiasts Podcast finds us going down the dark road of talking about politics at the dinner table. Accordingly, Quentin and I have a wandering conversation in the show, which touches on lane-splitting, helmet laws, ABATE, the AMA, and even guns. The conversation makes... 

Lane splitting is the single best about riding motorcycles. There is something magical about being able to go wherever you want regardless of traffic conditions, getting there fast and without spending a ton of money on gas. If you lane split on your commute to and from work and save an hour per... 

The American Motorcyclist Association recently, quietly released an official endorsement of lane splitting. A summary of the position statement reads: "Given the ongoing success of lane splitting in California and the recent enthusiasm for lane splitting and/or filtering in other states, the AMA... 

It is always interesting to see what motorcycle engineers work on in their spare time. Sometimes its motorcycle related, and sometimes their inspiration goes down a completely different path. Luckily for us, in the case of Bottpower's David S├ínchez, the Spanish engineer's very limited free time... 

Episode 28 of the Two Enthusiasts Podcast starts with some recent news: the closure of Skully and the near-passage of California's lane-splitting law. The conversation about Skully quickly moves from the failed startup, to a broader conversation about helmet design and the progress of technology... 

The scene repeats itself dozens of times each day. My passenger, a professional photographer named Mjrka, yells into my helmet. "Stop here, on the right!" I pull over, and he scrambles up the adjacent slope to get a better view of the oncoming Tour du Rwanda bicycle race. I wait. At first, there... 

Since my babies left me, I need a new place to dwell. I've been renting the same little bungalow in a beach-close part of Orange County where I could never afford to buy since, ahhh, 1996, but it may be time for a relocation. Most people who visit "LA" think of it as one big mess containing...