In order to get the most out of your motorcycle training, you’ll need to: 1.
Know the basics of motorcycle riding and how to apply those skills to a specific job.
Understand the importance of knowing the rules and regulations of the industry.
Be able to read, write, and speak in your native language.
Be comfortable with a large group of people.
Be confident in your skills.
Be willing to make mistakes.
Have a great time riding.
Know your limits.
Have the patience to work with others and be patient with yourself.
Be safe and responsible.
Have an understanding of the motorcycle community and the culture of the sport.
Have good communication skills.
Be ready to listen to other riders.
Be familiar with the motorcycle culture.
Be knowledgeable about the motorcycle industry and the industry’s rules and restrictions.
Know that you’re responsible for your own actions.
Be a responsible member of the team and take care of your safety.
Have experience on the street and on the motorcycle.
Be prepared to be a rider in a team and be a leader in the team.
Have patience and be ready to learn.
Have your safety in mind.
Know you are not alone in your journey to become a rider.
Know when to stop.
Know how to handle disappointment.
Know what to do if things go wrong.
Know to ask for help.
Know about the rules for your profession and your job.
Know where to find help.
Know if you can get help.
Know all the signs of a bad crash.
Know everything about motorcycle safety.
Know exactly how to react when a crash occurs.
Know who to call if you are in an accident.
Know why you need to be on the road.
Know everyone’s responsibilities.
Know and respect the rules of the road and motorcycle safety as they apply to you.
Know their rights and responsibilities.
Know there are different types of motorcycle riders.
Know they are people too and are not necessarily all the same.
Know motorcycle safety laws, regulations, and the rules they apply.
Know which laws apply to certain classes of motorcycles.
Know it’s OK to stop when you see someone riding too fast.
Know this is a dangerous sport.
Know riding a motorcycle safely is a personal choice.
Know each motorcycle is unique.
Know knowing how to safely operate a motorcycle is important.
Know motorcycles are not toys.
Know proper riding techniques are crucial.
Know safety is the foundation of good motorcycle riding.
Know having a great ride is the best way to earn your money.
Know not to do anything that could endanger yourself.
Know any of these tips is just one of many.
Know some of these rules are important and that the more you know, the better off you’ll be. 54.
Be sure you’re fully aware of your rights and that you have them.
Know a motorcycle can go wrong at any time.
Know always check your tire pressure before riding.
Know properly applied safety precautions can prevent or reduce injury.
Know never, under any circumstances, stop a motorcycle without first consulting your supervisor.
Know for certain you will not be riding your motorcycle safely if you do anything to make a mistake.
Know ride your bike in a safe way.
Know riders need to learn to respect each other.
Know those who ride bikes are like your kids.
Know someone else can take your place.
Know anyone can ride a motorcycle, too.
Know no one is above the law.
Know good riders are the ones who ride well.
Know we all have different needs and needs to fulfill.
Know respect your peers and treat them as equals.
Know be safe.
Know understand that no one rides motorcycles to hurt other people.
Know nothing is off limits.
Know being in the right place at the right time is more important than riding your bike.
Know learning to ride your motorcycle is a matter of confidence.
Know understanding the rules is the first step to success.
Know getting to know and riding your first motorcycle is just as important as getting to riding a bike safely.
Know only riders who ride motorcycles responsibly and in good faith will ride well in the future.
Know have fun!
Know know that the safest way to ride a bike is to learn how to ride properly.
Know remember your