For many motorcyclists, the freedom of the open road is a chance to blow off steam and put the worries of the working week behind them.
Seasoned rider and Motorcycle Safety Advisory Council member David Golightly shows why you should use your head to save it.
Continuous improvement is the key to keeping yourself safe and your riding skills fresh, says Motorcycle Safety Advisory councillor Janice Millman. Read how a serious accident, returning to New Zealand, and a recent Ride Forever course shaped her approach to motorcycling safety.
Summer is the time when many motorcycle riders get their machines out of storage and head for the freedom of the road.
Close to 2000 Kiwi motorcyclists have responded to a survey seeking to discover New Zealand’s most popular motorcycle rides.
A campaign to help motorists be more aware of motorcyclists was launched this month.
It doesn’t matter how long you’ve been riding a motorcycle, you can always get better. This is what Motorcycle Safety Advisory Council member David White discovers after completing Ride Forever training.