Take Time to Learn & Practice
Even if you have ridden other motorcycles,
practice riding in a safe area to become familiar
with how this motorcycle works and handles, and
to become accustomed to the motorcycle's size
We recommend that all riders take a certified
course approved by the Motorcycle Safety
Foundation (MSF). New riders should start with
the basic course, and even experienced riders
will find the advanced course beneficial.
For information about the MSF training course
nearest you, call the national toll-free number:
Other riding tips can be found in the You and
Your Motorcycle Riding Tips booklet that came
with your motorcycle.
Always pay attention to other vehicles around
you, and do not assume that other drivers see
you. Be prepared to stop quickly or perform an
Make Yourself Easy to See
Make yourself more visible, especially at night,
by wearing bright reflective clothing, positioning
yourself so other drivers can see you, signaling
before turning or changing lanes, and using
your horn when necessary.
Ride within Your Limits
Never ride beyond your personal abilities or
faster than conditions warrant. Fatigue and
inattention can impair your ability to use good
judgment and ride safely.
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