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Posted by on Jan 15, 2018 in Blog: Revin Up |

Don’t place yourself in danger of becoming a statistic by increasing your risk. ‘Setting up’ is braking lightly as you approach potential hazards, giving you more opportunity and space to react to events. The advantages of this are: Stay alert and attentive to what’s happening on the road. Don’t ride under the influence of drink or drugs. Keep to the speed...

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10 Tips on buying a used motorcycle

Posted by on Apr 28, 2017 in Blog: Revin Up |

1. Do your research It goes without saying, but research is a lot more than simply knowing how much a low-kay clean example of the model you’re looking at is worth. It’s worth finding out the model’s idiosyncrasies, what’s likely to go wrong with it, if it was subject to any recalls, thing like that – forums are a good place to trawl for this information....

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Strict enforcement less safe, study says

Posted by on Nov 3, 2016 in Blog: Revin Up |

Study proves less time looking at speedo and more time looking around means safer roads Research conducted by the University of Western Australia has found the less leeway given to road users before being slapped with a speeding fines correlates directly with the ability to detect hazards — or vulnerable road users. In other words, drivers (and indeed...

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How to brake

Posted by on Aug 12, 2015 in Blog: Revin Up |

While it’s true you can accelerate out of trouble, it’s smart braking that’ll save your bacon. More than anything else, braking relies on having the best bike underneath you. From brake discs to pads and hoses to tyres, the bike’s braking system needs to be in tip-top condition to give you an even chance of keeping out of trouble. But there’s another...

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Motorcycle Lane Filtering – Why It Should Be Legal

Posted by on Jul 20, 2015 in Blog: Revin Up |

  “Lane filtering is defined as motorcycles moving between lanes of slow or stationary traffic. This not only eases traffic congestion for everyone, it is six times safer for motorcyclists. Authorities recognise the benefits of lane filtering but have permitted legal ambiguity about it (EU MAIDS Final Report 2.0, comparing fatalities from motorcycles...

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