Your motorcycle can offer you freedom, speed, and precision control that's unparalleled by virtually any other type of vehicle. Unfortunately, some of the characteristics that make motorcycles so liberating can make them more likely to be involved in roadside accidents.
When it comes to snowmobiling, you have to be prepared for anything. One minute you're enjoying the pristine scenery and fresh powder, and the next minute you're faced with a broken-down, overturned, or stuck snowmobile. Having a survival kit can make all the difference if you're stranded due to a mechanical breakdown or an accident.
There are many good reasons that many people put their motorcycles in the garage during the winter months in favor of other methods of transportation. However, it is possible to safely ride your motorcycle during the winter months in many spots across the United States. If you decide to ride when the temperatures start dropping, follow these dos and don'ts.
Sure, you know how to ride your machine, how to accelerate over various types of terrain, and how to stop safely. But do you understand the rules of riding in groups and on trails where other outdoor enthusiasts share the pathways?