Better Riding: Get everywhere quicker

We have all seen people on bikes hurrying in traffic, right? The tense body posture, the hard acceleration, the cutting across cars and all of that. Ever noticed the riders who invariably turn up at the same traffic light just moments later without any of the shenanigans? No? They’re the real stalwarts. Here’s how to be quick without endangering yourself or being a nuisance to others around you.

Be slow

When human beings try to do things faster, they physically move quicker. This isn’t good for motorcycles....


Updated Date: May 12, 2016 10:59 AM

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