Better Riding: Mirrors

I am pretty sure you have been told a million times to keep an eye on your mirrors. I myself have said that the best riders not only monitor their mirrors well, they remember what and who is behind them, allowing them to make better decisions. The thumb rule is that you should check your mirrors often and every time before you make a direction change. A lifesaver (over the shoulder final check by turning your head quickly) is the final move you make before you make the change of direction, to ensure you haven’t missed a hazard waiting in...

Updated Date: May 02, 2016 08:03 AM

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