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Stay safe on a motorcycle in the winter

California motorcyclists may want to hit the road year round. However, winter can present unique hazards to bikers and it is important for people to take precautions so they will be safe.

Some bikers may think snow is not an obstacle on the road. Forbes says that people may want to get off the road once this kind of weather starts. This is because snow can greatly affect visibility and bikers may not notice upcoming hazards until it is too late for them to react. It is also a good idea for motorcyclists to remember that they should usually ride slower in the winter. Accelerating or swerving suddenly may be more hazardous if bikers do not see ice on the road.

Additionally, it is important for bikers to remember that the weather will likely affect their tires. Tires may sometimes get less traction on the road because of the colder temperatures, so it is a good idea for people to check their tire pressure before they ride so they know they will be safe.

Many motorcyclists know that the right gear makes a big difference on the road. According to All-Year Rider, having the right kind of gloves has a big impact on winter riding. It is important for people to remember that their ordinary riding gloves may not be enough in winter weather. It is a good idea for motorcyclists to make sure they have insulated gloves which will keep their hands warm in extreme temperatures. This allows bikers to ensure they will be able to brake on the road even when they have been out riding for a long time. Additionally, it is a good idea for motorcyclists to make sure they wear enough layers.


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