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Flashback Friday: How to Lane Split

Flashback Friday: How to Lane Split

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...

Published on January 20 2013, 15:38
Source: hellforleathermagazine.com
 

For many new riders, especially those with relatively little experience, riding on the highway can be a daunting task. The higher speeds and sea of cars around you can seem intimidating at first, but riding on the highway doesn't have to be scary. In fact, in some regards we prefer highway... 

With tons of new readers who may not be aware of HFL's five-year back catalog of great original content, we thought it'd be a good idea to highlight some of our best stories. So, here's "Flashback Friday," a new segment in which we'll be doing just that. First up is Cody Lundin, who's returning... 

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... 

To get to this in the Golden State from where I live, you must go through, well, it's not so hellish on a bike at all. Remember to never lane split when there are only two lanes. If I was having to make the drive back down through the Valley, over Sepulveda Pass, down past the Getty and through... 

It finally happened, Governor Jerry Brown signed AB 51 into law, making California the first state to put lane-splitting on its books. Lane-splitting has always been legal of course (despite what other headlines might suggest), though was legal only by a technical loophole in the California... 

The California Highway Patrol has removed its guidelines for lane-splitting in the Golden State on the CHP website, after receiving a complaint from a Sacramento citizen. Though lane-splitting has been a long-time established practice for motorcyclists in California, the act is poorly defined... 

Success in motorcycle racing is a fickle beast. Getting everything just right to get the best out the bike and rider is a difficult undertaking, with a thousand factors standing ready to throw a spanner in the works. The bike has to have the right balance of stability in braking, nimbleness in...