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A Compiled List of Motorcycle Basics

A Compiled List of Motorcycle Basics

There’s a lot of information out there if you are just getting into riding and it can be hard to decide what to listen to. So, we’ve put together a list of our top resources to help get you started.

Step #1: Figure out what you want to ride

If you’ve never been on a bike before, it can be hard to decide what you want – so take your time and check out all your options. These three articles should give you a good place to start – and then once you have your license, you can actually go test ride some of these bad boys.

Step #2: Keep your noggin covered – and find other gear you’ll need

While some of this other gear might be optional – helmets definitely aren’t. They also aren’t cheap. So pick one you like and plan to be happy with for a while. Web Bike World’s reviews are thorough – but if you are looking for other gear – gloves, pants, etc. – you can’t go wrong with the article from Best Beginning Motorcycles.

Step #3: Get trained & learn the laws

Motorcycle laws are different in every state (and there are some strange ones that exist) – and you’ll want to be educated when you head out on the road. Study up and take a course to make sure you feel comfortable.

Step #4: Check out local clubs

Once you’re educated and outfitted – find other riders in your area. The dealership you purchased your ride from may have some groups, but if not – look for local meetups to help you get going in the community.

We hope this helps get you started – and cuts out some of the noise of the Internet. You can’t go wrong learning how to ride. It actually IS as fun as it’s cracked up to be.

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Emily Sullivan
Emily Sullivan
Emily Sullivan is a Content Curator for Trader Interactive, serving the recreational brands RV Trader and Cycle Trader. Her mission is to provide thoughtful, practical content to those who are always on the hunt for their next adventure.

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