Riding a motorbike: tips for beginners

You just got your motorbike ridinglicence, bought a nice two-wheeler and took out insurance? Well, you will finally be able to ride on country roads. Just be careful, 80% of fatal accidents on a motorbike take place during the first six months of riding. In order to ride safely on your motorbike, you need to be careful and have a good check-up before you leave.

The motorbike: a vehicle to be checked on all outings

Before getting on your motorbike, straddling it and putting on the throttle, it is vital to carry out a small check of the visible parts. Go around your motorbike to see if any parts are loosening. Check the oil level on the dipstick provided. Check the tyre pressure, as tyre pressure on a motorbike tends to drop very quickly. Solve your battery problems and consider investing in a battery charger specially designed for two wheels. To sum up, it is very important, to avoid an accident that could be caused by the mechanics, through checking your motorbike before setting off.

A few tips for beginners and young motorbike riders

After a good revision of his bike and fixing any battery problems, you can set off. Get on your bike and hit the beautiful country roads. However, the first thing to do is to check the road conditions. If you are riding in summer, there is little chance that the roads will be frozen. However, be careful of wet areas where tree leaves pile up and fall onto the asphalt. Until you have perfect control of your vehicle, try not to accelerate all at once. A motorbike is nervous and if you put the throttle on at the wrong time in a corner, it can be fatal as you risk going off the road. Driving at night requires perfect lighting. It is most important to fix your battery problems before you set off so that the high beams don't break down.

Never forget the basics of the highway code

You are a beginner and you just got your driving licence? The highway code was designed so that all vehicles on public roads can be used with precise rules. But the highway code also teaches you, especially through the course designed for all two-wheel licences, to keep your vehicle in a good condition. Brake pads should be checked before each ride, and the level of brake and oil fluids should also be checked, along with the tyre pressure. Your battery is also a vital element. The highway code teaches everyone to take care of their battery problems and to overhaul their motorbike properly. These tips should never be forgotten.
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