Motorcycle Safety – MyImprov https://www.myimprov.com Defensive Driving Mon, 17 Jun 2019 20:49:17 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.1.1 https://www.myimprov.com/wp-content/uploads/logo-cts-smile.png Motorcycle Safety – MyImprov https://www.myimprov.com 32 32 How to Choose the Right Helmet https://www.myimprov.com/how-to-choose-the-right-helmet/ https://www.myimprov.com/how-to-choose-the-right-helmet/#respond Thu, 23 Mar 2017 01:03:00 +0000 https://www.myimprov.com/?p=38048 Choosing your motorcycle helmet can almost be as important as choosing the right motorcycle. Because there are so many styles and different types of helmets to consider, we wanted to…

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Choosing your motorcycle helmet can almost be as important as choosing the right motorcycle. Because there are so many styles and different types of helmets to consider, we wanted to help you narrow the field! How to choose the right helmet:

Type

There are hemispherical shaped helmets that are designed to protect the head from the ears up and helmets that cover the entire head from just below the chin line. There are also helmets that look like football helmets.

Outer Shell

The outer shell is designed to absorb most of the impact in an accident, lessening the amount of force that will reach your skull. When considering the geometry of the helmet (sphere-like) any impact will be distributed throughout the helmet. In a perfect sphere, an impact (a force) will be evenly distributed. This is the case in a motorcycle helmet, except we ought to understand that the helmet is not a perfect sphere.

Liner

The next level of protection is found in the liner of the helmet. This unit of protective layer is an impact-absorbing liner. This liner will absorb residual forces not absorbed by the outer shell. While the liner is also shaped like a sphere, forces will be, ideally, distributed evenly. The material of the inner liner is usually made of Styrofoam, a material not as hard and impact resistance as the outer-liner.

Padding

The third section of a helmet is called the comfort padding. It functions as what its name indicates. It provides comfort, mainly. The comfort padding also ensures that the helmet fits snuggly on the head. A loose, or ill fitting helmet will not absorb as much of the forces as a well-fitting, snug helmet.

Retention System

The fourth component of the called the retention system, more commonly referred to as the chin strap. Obvious to many, the chin strap helps to ensure that the helmet stays on your head in the event of a crash. The other elements of the retention system are the devices that attach the chin strap to the helmet. A loose chin strip reduces the effective safety designs of the entire helmet.

DOT

Regardless of the type chosen, make sure that they are rated by the Department of Transportation (DOT). Of the four basic components, the most important element is the outer section of the helmet, called the outer shell. Modern technologies have found plastics and fiber reinforced composites that allow for high strength, light weight outer shells.

The DOT sticker and the Snell Memorial Foundation run thorough tests on motorcycle helmets for:

Impact—The helmet’s shock absorbing capacity
Penetration—The helmet’s ability to withstand the penetration a sharp object
Retention—The ability of the retention system to fastened to the helmet
Peripheral vision—The helmet’s ability to allow side vision of no less than 105 degrees on each side.

Regardless or the style of helmet or how seasoned you are as a motorcyclist (okay, biker) it is important to check your helmet for the safety features designed to protect you from breaking your head.

SAFETY

No doubt, wearing a helmet while operating or riding on a motorcycle is necessary to reduce the probability of death or life-long debilitating injuries. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) studies have determined that deadly accidents are a higher probability when helmets are not worn.

No matter how macho you want to be, wearing a helmet is the thing to do.

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Daytona’s Bike Week – A Mecca of Motorcycles https://www.myimprov.com/daytonas-bike-week-a-mecca-of-motorcycles/ https://www.myimprov.com/daytonas-bike-week-a-mecca-of-motorcycles/#respond Sat, 08 Mar 2014 06:39:54 +0000 http://www.myimprov.com/?p=20149 Tens of thousands of motorcyclists are heading to Daytona Beach for Bike Week 2014. Bike “week” is actually ten or more days of festivities in the Northeastern Florida city. How…

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Tens of thousands of motorcyclists are heading to Daytona Beach for Bike Week 2014. Bike “week” is actually ten or more days of festivities in the Northeastern Florida city. How did it all get started and what can you expect? Well hang on for a look at Daytona Bike Week.

The History of Bike Week

Bike week started way back in 1937 with the running of the very first Daytona 200. The 200 is a motorcycle race that took place, in part, on the hard sands just south of Daytona Beach. The first race was won with an average speed of just over 73 miles per hour. Starting times for these early races were based on when the tides allowed them to occur!

Ten years later the race featured almost 200 riders and residents were opening up their homes to the riders and their families. Bike week had quickly become a big party. Today the motorcycle races continue at the Daytona International Speedway. The parties continue as well, and they can be found everywhere throughout the region.

What You’ll Experience

Bike week is part Mardi Gras, St, Patrick’s Day, New Year’s Eve and Halloween… all on two wheels. The roads around Daytona are filled with all types and styles of motorcycles. The central hub of bike week is Main Street just west of the beach. It is here bikers continually “shoot the loop” and jam local bars and temporary tents set up with all type of entertainment and contests.

Bike week features a variety of eclectic events. There is cole slaw wrestling at the Cabbage Patch, a small bar, but very large camping area, just to the southwest of Daytona. The Budweiser Clydesdales parade both at the Speedway and down Main Street. Destination Daytona, a Harley-Davidson dealer in nearby Ormond Beach, hosts many contests and concerts, and Daytona International Speedway is a center of all types of activities and motorcycle races.

If you are heading to Daytona in a car or on a motorcycle between March 7th and March 16th, please make sure you employ defensive driving techniques. Sadly, it seems every year a few bikers will lose their lives on area roadways. Florida does not mandate the use of helmets for motorcyclists, but it is something to consider, especially this time of year. Enjoy Daytona Bike Week but please, do so safely.

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NYPD Police Officer Arrested for Involvement in Motorcycle Attack https://www.myimprov.com/nypd-police-officer-motorcycle-attack/ https://www.myimprov.com/nypd-police-officer-motorcycle-attack/#respond Sat, 12 Oct 2013 01:12:57 +0000 http://www.myimprov.com/?p=14369 The images are at once disturbing and yet riveting. Most have seen at least some video of the motorcycle attack on an SUV driver…

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motorcycle attackThe images are at once disturbing and yet riveting. Most have seen at least some video of the motorcycle attack on an SUV driver and the terror it must have inflicted on his family. Especially when one considers a young child was in the backseat of the SUV.



The story continues to get increasingly bizarre as reports now confirm that one of the cyclists involved in the actual attack was a NYPD police officer. The officer was not on an NYPD motorcycle assisting the attacked driving, he was a participant in the attack. It is claimed he was “deep” under cover.



The entire episode is a textbook case of how aggressive driving can spin out of control and lead to situations far beyond anyone’s rational expectations. It is perhaps a definitive example of how road rage can totally supplant any defensive driving tactics and lead to on-road anarchy.



According to the motorcycle group, they were merely traveling along the road in a pack when the SUV driver aggressively struck them using his exterior mirror. The driver contends the group was crowding him and the contact was their fault. It ultimately led to the SUV driver being stopped by the group, and an attempted escape from group by the driver who ran over a biker in the process. The driver was caught and stopped again with several members of the group attacking his vehicle. The attack resulted in the destruction of the SUV’s driver’s side window and the driver being dragged from his vehicle and beaten and stomped on the New York roadway.



While the undercover policeman wasn’t involved in the actual beating of the driver, he is seen on video pounding and smashing the SUV’s rear window with no apparent encouragement from his fellow riders. Once the driver is pulled from the SUV, the undercover cop is seen leaving the scene.



The officer did not call 911 about the incident. He did not report his involvement in the September 29th affair until days later.



The entire incident demonstrates driving and police failure on a multitude of levels. Aggressive driving can only lead to an increasing level of road rage while defensive driving goals are to avoid or temper it. When police officers fail in their duties to properly report incidents, it makes the problems worse. When they actually participate in them the results can be disastrous.



Police officers should be held to a higher standard. In fact they must be held to a higher standard. For an officer of the law to be an active participant in an event like this is far beyond disturbing. If there wasn’t a video, many would still be in denial. Those who would choose to opt for lower standards for the conduct of police officers are misguided.



Aggressive driving like that demonstrated, in this incident, cannot be acceptable. Aggressive driving and the road rage demonstrated by this NYPD police officer must be addressed. The future safety of our roadways depends on it.
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Hands-free Helmets: Bluetooth Motorcycle Helmets vs. Safe Driving https://www.myimprov.com/bluetooth-motorcycle-helmets-vs-safe-driving/ https://www.myimprov.com/bluetooth-motorcycle-helmets-vs-safe-driving/#comments Mon, 12 Aug 2013 20:50:17 +0000 http://www.myimprov.com/?p=12433 As if they weren’t concerning already, motorcycles are about to reach a whole new level of dangerous. You’ve seen the campaigns, could probably guess…

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Bluetooth Motorcycle Helmets vs. Safe Driving

As if they weren’t concerning already, motorcycles are about to reach a whole new level of dangerous. You’ve seen the campaigns, could probably guess the trends off the top of your head and may have even witnessed the effects firsthand. There’s simply no way around it; phones and driving are not just a bad combination, but a deadly one and a pandemic, as recent studies show. The negative effects of texting and driving have now surpassed those of drunk driving. Yet as technology leads the innovative front — always one step ahead of legislation and enforcement — a new player has joined the game.

Could Helmets Be Doing More Harm?

Helmets are supposed to keep the rider safe, though they may actually be hiding an insurmountable danger to cyclists and everyone else on the road. The debate continues on hands-free technology and its distractions to driving, but BikeBandit.com motorcycle helmets and others now come with Bluetooth technology that is raising some major concerns. Think about it: it’s scary enough to envision a rider trying to operate a powerful motorcycle with one hand while finishing a text on the other, but take it one step further to an amplified audio output confined within the hidden realm of a helmet. A rider may be caught off guard by an incoming call, painfully loud ringer or notification, let alone the conscious distraction of simply carrying on conversation while operating their bike. They could even be blaring music! If anyone has to be especially aware of traffic and the sound of approaching vehicles, it should most assuredly be the vulnerable cyclist.

Eyes and Ears On the Road

Without airbags and the added element of a vehicular exoskeleton, a rider’s best friend is his/her focus and awareness to surroundings — namely, the sights and sounds of the road. A rider must not only keep tabs on the surrounding motorists but also their very own proximity and effect on traffic. When a cyclist limits their eyes and ears it is both dangerous and irresponsible. It’s a lose-lose in the fight to make our roads safer. Helmets may protect the skull, but tinted visors limit visibility and this latest update doesn’t offer any resolve. What’s most scary is the fact that we, as drivers, won’t have any idea as to whether or not a motorcyclist is ever on the phone or using the new Bluetooth technology. For all we know, they could be on a call the entire time we’re next to them. This possibility is alarming and quite insulting to the push for hands-free alternatives.

What About Enforcement?

Furthermore, who’s to say how police officers will be able to distinguish whether riders are on or off the phone? It’s all concealed in that object that was supposed to make riding a motorcycle a tad bit safer. The choice will ultimately come down to the user, regardless of the law. We’ve seen this trend already, with drivers who constantly combat or flat out ignore the dangers, day to day, and continue their phone usage behind the wheel. Just because technology complies with legislation and the written rules of the road does not necessarily mean it is a sound or responsible integration.

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Illegal Motorcycles Expanding In New York https://www.myimprov.com/illegal-motorcycles-expanding-in-new-york/ https://www.myimprov.com/illegal-motorcycles-expanding-in-new-york/#respond Fri, 29 Mar 2013 04:03:55 +0000 http://www.myimprovnewyork.com/blog/?p=970 Police in upstate New York have found themselves defending their tactics against drivers of so-called illegal motorcycles. Specifically, one rider was killed and another seriously injured during a police chase…

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dirt bike ridingPolice in upstate New York have found themselves defending their tactics against drivers of so-called illegal motorcycles.

Specifically, one rider was killed and another seriously injured during a police chase when the police cruiser collided with the bike.

These illegal motorcycles are actually unlicensed dirt bikes ridden on private and public property; wherever drivers can find room to go full throttle and get their kicks. Unfortunately, it is not safe and these unlicensed bikes have already caused a number of injuries to pedestrians and at least one death, not counting the rider who was killed during the police chase.

Motorcycles are a lot of fun and riding dirt bikes in particular can be a great weekend experience. But there simply is no excuse for riding an illegal bike and/or doing so in a manner which endangers your life or the life of someone else.

Police in New York have been trying for months to get the new fad of riding illegal dirt bikes under control, but so far the packs of riders continues to grow. Last weekend, when the first innocent pedestrian was killed by an out-of-control dirt bike, more than 30 of these illegal bikers had gathered in Hunts Point to ride and delight in flaunting not only the law, but their responsibility to be safe.

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Spring Means Motorcycle Safety https://www.myimprov.com/spring-means-motorcycle-safety/ https://www.myimprov.com/spring-means-motorcycle-safety/#respond Mon, 25 Mar 2013 19:06:55 +0000 http://www.myimprov.com/?p=9584 When winter finally nestles back down to nap and spring and summer come in full force you’ll be seeing more than sun dappled forests and blue skies on your daily…

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motorcycle safetyWhen winter finally nestles back down to nap and spring and summer come in full force you’ll be seeing more than sun dappled forests and blue skies on your daily commute. You’ll also likely see lots of motorcycles and bicycles out on the road.

Motorcyclists and bicyclist have their own set of rules to follow when they out on the road. All but three states currently require motorcyclists to wear a helmet and 21 states require the same for people on bicycles. But whether they wear a helmet or not, a motorcycle or bicycle rider is at a severe loss when matched up against even the smallest car.

Most cars weigh an average of 3,000 pounds. They travel at speeds upward of 80 miles-per-hour (legally) and average about 40 mph on most roads. When a car collides with a bicyclist or even a motorcyclist the odds are clearly in the car drivers favor. Helmet or not, the person riding on the unprotected vehicle usually ends up hurt, or killed.

This puts the responsibility for safety in the hands of the car drivers. They are the ones with all the power. Forget to check your mirrors, or your blind spot, and you can end a life in an instant. Fail to stop at a sign, a traffic light or yield at an intersection, and somebody might die as a result.

It only takes a moment to check your surroundings, and that’s something you should be doing any way, regardless of whether or not you think there might be a motorcyclist or bicyclist in your vicinity. Always yield the right of way to other vehicles, regardless of whose right-of-way you might think it is. The difference you make, the life you might save, is worth the five extra seconds it will cost you on your trip.

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Drunk Biker Hits, Kills, 2 Pedestrians https://www.myimprov.com/drunk-biker-hits-kills-2-pedestrians/ https://www.myimprov.com/drunk-biker-hits-kills-2-pedestrians/#respond Thu, 15 Nov 2012 17:34:21 +0000 http://www.myimprovnewyork.com/blog/?p=806 A motorcyclist who police saying was driving under the influence of alcohol struck three pedestrians walking on a bike path last Sunday. Two of the pdestrians were killed instantly and…

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New York, dui, my improv, traffic school defensive driving, online traffic schoolA motorcyclist who police saying was driving under the influence of alcohol struck three pedestrians walking on a bike path last Sunday. Two of the pdestrians were killed instantly and the third, a 79-year-old man, is hospitalized in critical condition.

According to police, the three pedestrians, 81-year-old Sheila Pelton of East Amherst, 25-year-old Jocelyn Elberson of Tonawanda and Pelton’s husband, 79-year-old Foster Pelton, were walking on a bike path last Sunday afternoon, when they were struck by a motorcycle driven by David Smith, 53, of Niagara Falls. Police said in published reports that Smith lost control of his vehicle on a curve and rode onto the bike path. Smith was also injured in the crash as in currently in critical condition in an Amherst hospital.

According to their preliminary investigation, Smith was under the influence of alcohol as he rode last Sunday. Smith is being charged with driving while intoxicated and criminally negligent homicide, both felonies. If convicted he will likely lose his license, pay very hefty fines and possibly face jail time.

In the meantime two people have been killed and a third injured severely all because Smith took it upon himself to get on his bike and ride–drunk.

Drunk driving in a vehicle, any type of vehicle is dangerous. Drunk driving remains a leading cause of traffic fatalities around the world. When a driver is under the influence of alcohol their reaction time is drastically reduced and their judgement is severely impaired. This type of impairment is what often causes drivers to over-react, under-perform or generally commit some driving offense which leads to a crash. In this case the driver not only crashed his bike, but he killed two innocent people who were just out having a Sunday afternoon walk.

When Smith is released from the hospital he will have to face a court hearing to decide his fate. He will also have to face the fact that because he chose to drive his motorcycle under the influence of alcohol two people are now dead.

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Pedestrian/Motorcycle Deaths Increase In Iowa https://www.myimprov.com/pedestrianmotorcycle-deaths-increase-in-iowa/ https://www.myimprov.com/pedestrianmotorcycle-deaths-increase-in-iowa/#respond Mon, 17 Sep 2012 23:42:51 +0000 http://www.myimprov.com/blog/?p=1107 There is much more than corn and soy beans in Iowa. The state is known for its stunning vistas and wide open spaces; it’s beautiful spring and summer weather and…

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motorcycle deathsThere is much more than corn and soy beans in Iowa. The state is known for its stunning vistas and wide open spaces; it’s beautiful spring and summer weather and cool autumn evenings make it the near perfect place to cruise on a bike or just take a walk.

Unfortunately, all this outdoor, non-automobile activity has its downside as state officials have noted a severe increase in the number of deaths of motorcycle riders and pedestrians this year. Although 2011 the state posted its lowest level in nearly four decades the upswing in deaths has some state safety advocates wondering if it signals a terrible new trend upward.

The Nebraska Office of Highway Safety says there is no need to worry, however. They said that mild weather this past summer meant more people were hitting the roads on motorcycles, more people were out walking or running on roadways. This increase in activity meant more chances for an accident. They also attribute the increase in fatalities to a failure on the part of this same group to practice safety when out on the roads, regardless of what they might be doing there. Alcohol was a factor in many of the deadly crashes as was a failure to wear proper safety gear such as brightly lit or reflective clothing for pedestrians.

In Iowa, 248 people had died as of Friday compared with 222 at the same point last year. For all of 2011, Iowa recorded its lowest number of traffic deaths — 364 — since 1944.

Through the end of August, the Hawkeye State had 42 motorcycle deaths compared with 28 at the same point last year. Ten pedestrians had died compared with 11 in all of last year.

While Iowa’s road fatalities have gone up this year, they are comparable with the state’s traffic deaths from 2006 through 2010.

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‘Stupid Motorists’ Risk Citations In Arizona https://www.myimprov.com/stupid-motorists-risk-citations-in-arizona/ https://www.myimprov.com/stupid-motorists-risk-citations-in-arizona/#respond Wed, 29 Aug 2012 17:16:01 +0000 http://www.myimprov.com/blog/?p=1016 Stupidity is often in the eye of the beholder. Unless the beholder is a police officer watching a motorist flaunt road signs or traffic laws for no darn good reason.…

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Stupid MotoristsStupidity is often in the eye of the beholder. Unless the beholder is a police officer watching a motorist flaunt road signs or traffic laws for no darn good reason. That was the logic behind a 1995 Arizona law which allows officers to cite drivers for doing exactly that. It’s been dubbed the ‘stupid motorist’ law, and its aim is any driver who thinks they can simply ignore impromptu street barricades, lets say, put in place to mark a flooded roadway.

You might think that flooded roadways would be their own caution sign, prompting motorists to find some other way to their destination. Unfortunately, not only will some drivers ignore the flooded roadway, they will also often drive around temporary barricades erected by police to keep them from driving on those streets.

At issue is not simply the safety of the motorist but also the costs of rescuing them if they become stuck these cost can fluctuate, but in most cases cost somewhere between $2,000 to $50,000 for a total rescue of vehicle plus occupants. That means, just because somebody decides not to use common sense and defy a police ordered barricade, the police and fire and rescue units must incur the costs to rescue them from their own stupidity.

Arizona thinks that’s a bad idea, and that’s why their law states:

“A driver of a vehicle who drives the vehicle on a public street or highway that is temporarily covered by a rise in water level, including groundwater or overflow of water, and that is barricaded because of flooding is liable for the expenses of any emergency response that is required to remove from the public street or highway the driver or any passenger in the vehicle that becomes inoperable on the public street or highway or the vehicle that becomes inoperable on the public street or highway, or both.”

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Texas Focuses On Motorcycle Safety https://www.myimprov.com/texas-focuses-on-motorcycle-safety/ https://www.myimprov.com/texas-focuses-on-motorcycle-safety/#respond Tue, 29 May 2012 05:31:47 +0000 http://www.myimprov.com/blog/?p=679 Insurance giant Allstate has started a nationwide campaign to raise awareness of motorcycle safety and one of their first stops is Dallas County, Texas. In 2010 alone Dallas County saw…

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Motorcycle SafetyInsurance giant Allstate has started a nationwide campaign to raise awareness of motorcycle safety and one of their first stops is Dallas County, Texas. In 2010 alone Dallas County saw more than 600 motorcycle accidents within its borders, many of which resulted in serious injury or death.

Texas Department of Transportation said almost half of all these crashes occurred at intersections and involved a car or truck. This makes the new warnings, permanent signs being installed at Allstate’s expense, all the more important to Texas and the people who live and ride there.

May is National Motorcycle Awareness Month and a nationwide effort to focus attention on motorcycle safety has been underway in every state. With the price of gasoline rising nearly every week more and more Americans are turning to two-wheeled, more economical forms of transportation. More bikes on the road means more chances for serious, often deadly collisions.

And anything that cane be done to make those numbers go down is worth the effort.

Allstate Insurance Co. is putting up permanent signs in more than 30 cities in hopes of preventing crashes at major intersections. The company posted a sign at East Main and 14th streets in Grand Prairie.

Dallas County had almost 600 accidents involving motorcycles in 2010, according to the Texas Department of Transportation. Thirty-five percent occurred at intersections.

“Motorcyclists are easily overlooked,” said Dusty Wallace, an Allstate agent in Flower Mound. “It is always a safety concern, because generally when you’re driving, you’re not thinking about a motorcycle, you’re thinking about another vehicle out there.”

Wallace, who rides motorcycles, said he constantly has to be on a lookout when he is on the road. Motorcyclists always have to think ahead and be aware of things in the road that cars run over or drivers running red lights.

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