While some people will be bundled up this winter, worrying about how to stay warm and navigate roads that have been beset by snow and ice, others will still be able to ride their motorcycles. Southern California has weather suitable for this year-round.
As such, there may be new riders taking to the roads even in the winter, and it’s imperative that such persons are provided the proper training. One shouldn’t wait until summer to learn how to operate the equipment. A new report offers insights on how to best train new riders that are going to be using motorcycles or dirt bikes for the first time.
Perhaps the most important step is actually seeking proper education in the first place, preferably from an accredited rider training course. An experienced rider may take it upon themselves to train someone, but even they may miss out on some of the advanced techniques that can save a life.
Riding a bike of an appropriate size will be important, and one of the first steps for any trainer should be stressing the necessity of balance. A rider has to feel comfortable on their perch in order to maneuver. From there, the basics of riding are going to need to be taught, even if that means spending time on those things you may have taken for granted. New skills should be taught incrementally to allow for an adjustment period.
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