Dead Biker Riding (Video)

by: MCg

Dead Biker RidingHOW DO YOU, PERSONALLY, DEAL WITH THE RISKS OF MOTORCYCLE RIDING?

Do you think it’s bad karma to talk about motorcycle crashes?

Do you even contemplate the possibility that you might get killed riding?

Or do you simply not think about it at all?

Yes, I have my own opinions on the matter, as you can experience in the video.  But since this isn’t a topic I’ve spoken with many other riders about, I’m more interested in what goes on in your noggin regarding your own while-you’re-riding concept of motorcycle safety.

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202 Responses to “Dead Biker Riding (Video)”
  1. Matthew says:

    Greetings to the the brotherhood of biking brothers! I’ve been biking since ’78 and riding has become challenging in the city because of other users. I’ve fallen thrice (that’s deeply edge in my mind) in all these years of riding but come away unscathed thanks to protective gear from head to toe. I’ve lost friends also b’cos of their cavalier attitudes. I ride as if I’m invisible to other road users including pedestrians and avoid riding at night (especially out in the country). I’m in Singapore now and if you ride here, you need to be ultra-defensive! Because the people pay so much for their cars and bikes, everybody (nearly) think they own the road! In SE Asia or Asia, you need to be really vigilant when you’re riding! Partly, they seem to care little for their lives or of others using the roads! Ride safe! Ride to live and enjoy another biking day! Stay cool and Blessed Christmas to all and a Happy 2015 riding. RIDE SAFE, BROTHERS AND SISTER OUT THERE!

  2. Matthew says:

    Greetings to the the brotherhood of biking brothers! I’ve been biking since ’78 and riding has become challenging in the city because of other users. I’ve fallen thrice (that’s deeply edge in my mind) in all these years of riding but come away inscathed thanks to protective gear from head to toe. I’ve lost friends also b’cos of their cavalier attitudes. I ride as if I’m invisible to other road users including pedestrians and avoid riding at night (especially out in the country). I’m in Singapore now and if you ride here, you need to be ultra-defensive! Because the people pay so much for their cars and bikes, everybody (nearly) think they own the road! In SE Asia or Asia, you need to be really vigilant when you’re riding! Partly, they seem to care little for their lives or of others using the roads! Ride safe! Ride to live and enjoy another biking day! Stay cool and Blessed Christmas to all and a Happy 2015 riding. RIDE SAFE, BROTHERS AND SISTER OUT THERE!

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