Bullets, Camels, Elephants & Tigers (Part 2)

Bullets, Camels, Elephants & Tigers (Part 2)

John and Patrick’s Indian adventure continues from our April issue: The next morning our departure was delayed due to lots of local families wanting to speak English and have their photos taken with us and the bikes. Eventually we left and rode on to Jodhpur, known as...
Science of Being Seen – Part 4

Science of Being Seen – Part 4

‘RIDE BRIGHT’ or ‘THINK BIKE’ success? I’ve made a start on what the Science Of Being Seen – both the research and the presentation – is all about, and I mentioned a bit about the background context and just why I felt it necessary to put this work...
Unusual & Infrequent Maintenance

Unusual & Infrequent Maintenance

How many of you have ever actually looked at the section of your bike’s owner’s manual titled “Service schedule”? At best, you’ve maybe glanced at the long list, noted the intervals, and made a note to drop your bike off with your dealer or independent mechanic at the...
Science of Being Seen – Part 3

Science of Being Seen – Part 3

SMIDSY – there’s more than one driver error Thanks to decades of ‘Think Bike’ style campaigns which in essence tell drivers to “look harder” or “look longer” for motorcycles it’s not surprising that most riders believe that the SMIDSY results from poor driving...