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Motorcycle Safety

Safe riding is all about equipment, awareness and training.

5 Most Common Motorcycle Accident Injuries

Learn about the Top 5 most common motorcycle accident injuries.

A Quick 411 on Motorcycle Accident Attorneys

Motorcycle accident attorneys are here to help if you've been the victim of a motorcycle accident--you need an experienced attorney who...

What Body Parts Will You Most Likely Injure In A | RideApart

Do you really need to protect all your body parts all the time? What body parts will you most likely injure in a motorcycle crash? Here are the answers.

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The Motorcycle Safety Foundation® is the internationally recognized developer of the comprehensive, research-based, Rider Education and Training System (MSF RETS), promoting life-long learning for motorcyclists and continuous professional development for RiderCoaches.

Motorcycle Safety

2 Jenner Street, Suite 150
Irvine, CA 92618
(949) 727-3227

For location of a RiderCourse nearest
you call toll free: (800) 446-9227
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Harley-Davison is your source for information on the sport of motorcycling, including links to basic motorcycle laws for all 50 United States.

State Motorcycle Laws

Taking a trip? Unsure about the laws in your home state? Search the AMA database of on and off-road motorcycle laws.

Motorcycle Riding Gear

Shop for Motorcycle Riding Gear in our Riding Gear section at Rocky Mountain ATV/MC. In addition to Motorcycle Riding Gear, we have the best prices on dirt bike, ATV and motorcycle parts, apparel and accessories and offer excellent customer service.

Study Shows Increase in Motorcycle Accident Injuries After Michigan Helmet Law Change - Goodwin & Scieszka

In April 2012, Michigan motorcyclists saw a big change in laws regarding helmet usage. For 35 years before then, Michigan law mandated that all motorcyclists and passengers wear helmets while riding a motorcycle. But on April 12, 2012, that law was repealed and now motorcyclists are no longer required to wear a helmet if they’re over the age of 21, have purchased at least $20,000 worth of first-party medical insurance benefits, and have either had a motorcycle endorsement for at least two years or have passed an approved motorcycle safety class. Motorcycle passengers are also legally allowed to ride without a helmet if they’re at least 21 years old and carry at least $20,000 worth of first-party medical insurance benefits.