Category / Motorcycle Memes

  • Two seconds Pyle, two seconds! Anyone who has ever attended even a basic motorcycle rider training course has heard this – keep a 2-second safe following distance. This will give you time to react to emergency situations. How do you maintain a 2-second following distance? Watch the vehicle in front of you and when they [...]

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  • Motorcycle Melee wants all riders to avoid motorcycle crashes and live to ride as long as possible. In this episode of Motorcycle Melee’s Collision Avoidance Tips to Live By we talk about stopping at stop signs, what to look for when cars enter your roadway, right turns on red, watching for erratic drivers, being aware [...]

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  • The phone in the left hand, at the left ear – blocking the driver’s vision…yet they’re still merging into your lane?

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  • Motorcycle Melee’s Proactive Collision Avoidance: Tip of the Day. Common sense tells us that cars are bigger than our motorcycle – so let’s try to avoid crashing into them, OK?

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  • Hey there fellow motorcyclist. How often do you buy stuff online? How often to you get money back from those purchases? There’s a new service called Money Back MOTO (yes it’s free) from the creator of Motorcycle Melee that gets you money back when you buy stuff online. It’s a simple process: Join Money Back [...]

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  • Riding in the rain sucks. This is how I feel when Weather.com predicts rain for the next 2 days and I can’t ride my motorcycle to work.                                                     Riding in [...]

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  • From “Forty-Two Reasons Why I Must Have a Motorcycle…Honey” by R. Lowell Hakes. Read MotorcycleMelee’s review on this book.     Click on the book image below to purchase at Amazon.com.  

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  • 18 September 2015 - rick

    Reason 21: I Can’t Stand Cages Anymore

    From “Forty-Two Reasons Why I Must Have a Motorcycle…Honey” by R. Lowell Hakes. Read MotorcycleMelee’s review on this book.                       Click on the book image below to purchase at Amazon.com.  

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  • Motorcycle madness tip of the day The 4-second rule: Proactive vs. reactive highway riding. Riding on the highway can be lots of fun, but often it’s mundane with long stretches of straight roads. This can lead to complacency which reduces your effectiveness for reacting to potential problems. One way to avoid the complacency is employing [...]

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  • It’s challenging to describe just how much one enjoys riding their motorcycle. Dogs – on the other hand – fully comprehend this joy!

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