There is no feeling quite like riding your motorcycle in the sunshine! Now is the perfect time to take your bike on a day trip or short spin around town, yet warm weather increases the number of motorists and pedestrians on the roads.
Spring is here! While the weather has ranged from the mid-seventies to sudden snow squalls, we’re looking forward to long stretches of prime riding conditions. As we prepare for warmer days with less precipitation and more daylight hours, it’s always important to keep safety in mind before you head out for a ride. After all, May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month.
For those planning to ride on Connecticut’s roads, it’s advised to be aware of the local laws in advance. What should you know?
Many New Englanders cannot wait for spring to arrive. After a long winter, we can finally see the grass and pavement again! However, spring is also the time when potholes begin popping up on our local roadways. Potholes form when water seeps below the pavement, freezes and expands, cracking the asphalt above. Whether you’re on foot, two or four wheels, what should you know about the dangers of potholes?