The success or failure of a group motorcycle ride largely has to do with the riding etiquette (or lack thereof). These top 10 rules can make or break a great experience when riding with others.
A great way to get comfortable with getting your motorcycle to swing and sway thereby giving you more control over your motorcycle is to do this simple exercise. Practice swinging and swaying your motorcycle from side to side as you maneuver through this easy slow cone weave without using any cones.
If you’re not familiar with Deals Gap, or the Tail of the Dragon, it boasts 318 curves in just 11 miles. All the turns are banked and the pavement is near perfect. There are no crossroads, intersections, or driveways along the stretch of wonderful curves. Here, riding instructor Jerry “Motorman” Palladino gives insight into how to stay safe while navigating the challenging road.