Better riding: The hot season approaches

It's terrifyingly hot as I write this and that hasn't stopped me from riding the motorcycles about. The problem with riding motorcycles in the hot summer, naturally, is a problem of thermal management. And if you fail to manage the temperature and overheat, you can go into heat exhaustion which feels terrible.

How does heat exhaustion work? Well, it starts with exposure to excessive temperatures and causes either water or salt depletion, or both. The former produces insane thirst, weakness and headaches. The latter causes nausea, vomiting,...


Updated Date: May 09, 2016 18:07 PM

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