Challenges Faced by Motorcycle Riders

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Motorcycles open up the journey to a whole new world. Not just the convenience of going from point A to point B, motorcyclists can drive on roads some automobiles cannot. Many people today fall in love with all the sporting and recreational fun of motorcycling. However, they pose some danger when you ride them, even if you are the most cautious and experienced rider. There are simply accidents and challenges on the road. Read on to find more clues for safe motorcycle riding.

Some roads take a sharp turn and cause injuries and accidents. Sand, rock, paths, gravel surfaces, and more are obstacles that motorcyclists should be aware of. One challenge is a flat tire. It can be harmful when riding on treacherous roads, especially if the tire blows out. This can cause the rider to turn his bike into a wreck and lose control, skidding or slipping. Motorcycle accidents like this often cause death or injury. To cope with this type of road surface, keep your speed and keep it constant. Put your palms on the handlebars, but comfortably. Save space to protect your eyes from flying rocks or dirt and use helmet protection. Remember that this gives runners the perspective of balance. This means that you should not panic and slow down if you encounter dirt or rocky roads. Always check the condition of the front and rear tires before every ride. Choose the best tires for your motorbike. If you have a Ducati Diavel, you should look for recommended tires. The front is usually different from the diavel rear tire.

Because motorcycles are impossible to ride in the event of a breakdown, muddy roads are a problem for motorcyclists. The perfect method is to avoid driving on these roads. If the road is muddy, be careful and drive slowly to avoid slipping or sliding. Take your hands off the throttle if the bike starts to sleep but does not brake, and let the bike stabilize itself.

On winding and twisty roads, such as in the mountains or on the ridges, it is safer to push. It takes knowledge and experience to learn the decision-making skills and time needed to travel on the road. For new riders, it is recommended to start on small hills and train with pefect timing and judgment while running on shrp curves. Bend into a curve, then drive to the limit and follow it. At the exit of a particular corner, you need to choose acceleration and speed strategies to straighten the bike. This skill requires years of experience.

If you or a loved one got injured in a motorcycle caused by another motorist, contact a motorcycle accident lawyer for details on the compensation. Motorcycle safety is vital for all people. Make sure you have a license, insurance, along with all the safety equipment for motorcycle riding.…

Home Of Race Car Art

Freelance illustration and commissioned art in a bold, colorful style by Joel F. Naprstek. The medium is acrylic done in a traditional, representational method on archival watercolor paper, or canvas if the client so desires. Joel’s art covers a wide range of subject matter and genres.

Joel has been a freelance illustrator for over 25 years. Clients include NBC, CBS, American Tobacco, DC Comics, Marvel Comics, Dark Horse Comics, Time Inc., McGraw-Hill, Business Week, Financial World, Fortune, numerous ad agencies and designers.

In addition Joel is currently a designer/artist/painter for the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade at Macy’s Parade Studio in Hoboken, NJ. Work includes everything from concept design and stetches to presentation art and actual painting of balloons and parade floats. Work is done in traditional methods of marker, acrylic paint as well as computer art via Photoshop and In Design programs.

Art education: The School Of Visual Arts, NYC. Joel has taught painting and illustration at the School Of Visual Arts in NYC for nine years, held summer SVA Summer Painting classes at Woodstock, NY. Ten years of teaching color, painting and story adaptation at the Joe Kubert School Of Cartoon & Graphic Art, Dover, NJ.

Click on the titles at left to view different genres of the artist’s work. Feel free to contact Joel at his studio to discuss your project and budget.…