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Professional Female Motorcycle Riders Share Their Top Ten Tips

Professional Female Motorcycle Riders Share Their Top Ten Tips






Nothing feels as great as getting your first motorcycle as a woman. Truth is, many of the blogs on motorcycle riding offer tips that are geared towards the men. So, we have come up with a guide that focuses on the ladies. Here are the tips to help you become a better rider while staying safe on the road.

  1. Know Your Motorcycle

Every motorcycle comes with its own controls, brake system and gears. Make sure you understand all the features of the bike in order to ride safely.

  1. Take a Course

You might learn about riding a motorbike from friends, but you won’t get all the skills you need to handle a bike for say, long distances. Admitting yourself into a driving school is the best way to learn about proper riding and safety.

  1. Stay Protected

Make sure you have the right safety gear every time you go riding. Have a helmet and a full body suit to protect yourself from injury. You also need riding boots meant specifically for riding to protect your feet. The gear should be comfortable and should fit you properly. For instance, the helmet shouldn’t be too tight or loose. Enhanced protection is ideal for your safety at all times.

  1. The Right Hairstyle

Being a lady, you ought to keep your long hair out of the face when riding so that you have a clear view of the road at all times. Take time to find the right hairstyle that fits in the helmet and stays intact as you drive. The style shouldn’t cause damage to your hair since constriction of the hair might damage it. Use a good moisturizer before you go for a ride to reduce friction. The style should also be comfortable!

  1. Avoid Long Jewelry

Long, dangling jewellery might look good but it is a no-no when riding a motorcycle. The ornament might get entangled in the helmet or get pulled when removing the helmet. If you have to move with the ornament, remove it and keep it in the bag till you arrive at your destination.

6: Make-up

It might seem a bit strange to have on a full face of makeup under your helmet, but you still need to look good when riding your bike. Since the makeup gets rubbed off after application, opt for a natural complexion when you ride. Instead, apply some when you get to your destination.

  1. Perform a Pre-ride Inspection

Before you jump on the bike for a ride around town or any other destination, it is vital that you check the motorbike for any fault. Check the tires, controls, lights, oil, gasoline, chassis and the side stands. The aim is to keep you safe on the road.

  1. Your Fitness Counts

Before you ride the motorcycle make sure you are fit enough. If you feel tired, angry, emotional, sick or you are under the influence of drugs or alcohol, don’t try to ride the motorcycle. You should not also ride the bike when you are pregnant.

  1. Stay Visible on The Road

Always know that you are using the road with other motorists, who might fail to notice you. It is your role to stay visible on the road at all times. Your gear should have reflective material to help you stay visible during poor visibility such as at night. Many accidents happen due to poor visibility. If, unfortunately, you get involved in an accident, get in touch with lawyers who serve clients injured in motorcycle accidents to help you start the claim process.

  1. Know Local Laws

Different states have laws to guide motorcyclists. Most states require you to wear a certified helmet when riding the motorcycle. Other states require you to wear eye protection at all times. Make sure you understand all the rules and stick to them at all times.

Follow these tips to stay safe on the road at all times. You also get to enjoy the ride every time.


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