If you are a motorcycle rider, you understand that safety is a paramount concern. Fortunately, designers and manufacturers understand that, too.
A motorcycle accident is a traumatic event, as one survivor can tell you. On an otherwise quiet spring day in 2015, this rider was involved in a head-on crash on a mountain road.
Highway hazards are not always obvious, and you may come upon a dangerous situation without warning.
If you have just tuned in to the e-bike craze, you should think of this new bicycle design as an innovation that is here to stay.
You may be a new motorcycle owner, or you may have had your bike for years. In either case, you probably appreciate suggestions from other women who love to ride.
You may need insurance for your motorcycle but there is a problem: You have no motorcycle license. How can this be?
You only have one brain, and it has to last a lifetime. If you ride a motorcycle, you are much more vulnerable to brain injury in the event of a crash than a motorist who has the protection of a vehicle with a steel frame and airbags.
A new California law scheduled to become effective in February 2018 overturns an old law related to undocumented workers and the damages they could recover in matters involving personal injury.
Southern California is famous for its wonderful weather, and that draws cyclists in droves. However, statistics show that there has been an upswing in bicycle/vehicle fatalities, even as the number of injuries has dropped.
A psychological study by a professor at Texas Tech University finds that there may be a link between a common type of motorcycle accident and the brain’s ability to judge distances.