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Beat your California Traffic Ticket

Beat your California Traffic Ticket

In the last six or seven years, I have managed to be a very good boy and have gotten no traffic tickets, none. And by bragging about that to a few people instead of clamming up, I knew I was asking for it. Last April I got it, riding up the 110 freeway in L.A. on my way to Corsa Motoclassica on...

Published on February 23 2014, 17:14
Source: www.motorcycle.com
 

Southern California has its problems, but lack of good places to go for a ride isn't one of them, even in February. We shoved off from CW HQ in Irvine under warm, partly cloudy skies and rode a couple of hours southeast to Lake Henshaw, elevation 2656 feet, where the temperature was in the 40s... 

Turns out this whole lane splitting shebang is totally legal and, if you do it right, it's a safe and efficient way to travel. As an officially-sanctioned activity in the state, the California Highway Patrol even chimes in with some helpful advice. Lane splitting in a safe and prudent manner is... 

Well, what shall I write about this month? I am kind of a left-wing liberal, so naturally I want the free and/or easy stuff, the low-hanging fruit... you know what was freer and easier when I got to California in 1988? Time. There was lots more of it then. It was kind of a settled matter that... 

Lane-Splitting or Filtering, as the practice of riding a motorcycle between lanes of slow or stopped traffic is called, has received lots of national attention. There is still quite a bit of misinformation out there, so here are some facts that may clear up this controversial issue. There is one... 

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... 

Depending on how sporty you like your touring bike, or how touring-oriented you like your sportbike, there is something for every taste these days. Which is the best? To answer that, we first spent some time hashing out here at MO what a "Sport-tourer" is. Does it mean factory hard bags?... 

American motorcyclists have a drinking problem. We drink too much Haterade and not enough Kool-Aid. Haterade is a heady brew that makes you feel so good bashing away at your keyboard, but, like an actual sports drink, the rush quickly wears off and leaves you feeling sad and empty inside....