Bike and Motorcycle Infographic

Bike and Motorcycle Infographic


Content Summary for Bike and Motorcycle Infographic

Motorcycle & Bicycle Safety Summer is here & millions of people are enjoying the warm weather through motorcycling and bicycling. Review these facts & tips for a safe & enjoyable summer. Motorcycle Safety Facts & Tips Facts: Between 2001- 2008   34000 motorcyclists were killed. More than     1,222,000 people suffered a motorcycle-related injury in the U.S. Tips: Always wear a Department of Transportation (DOT) certified helmet. Maintain legal road speed and exercise caution when traveling over slippery or uneven surfaces. Never drink and drive! Cycling Safety Facts & Tips Facts: According to the U.S. Department of Transportation there were  665 cycling fatalities in the U.S. in 2011, the majority of which occurred in urban areas (69%) and at non-intersections (59%). 28% of the cyclists killed in 2011 had a blood alcohol concentration above the legal limit. Tips: The League of American Bicyclists share “5 Rules for the Road” Follow the Law – Obey traffic signals and stop signs. Ride with traffic using the rightmost lane headed in the direction you are going. Be Predictable – Make your intentions clear. Ride in a straight line, avoid swerving between parked cars. Signal turns, and check behind you well before turning or changing lanes. Be Conspicuous – Ride where you can be seen and wear bright/reflective clothing. Use bicycle lights and reflectors when visibility is poor.   Make eye contact with others and do not ride on sidewalks. Think Ahead – Anticipate what drivers and pedestrians will do next. Watch out for vehucles, road hazards and railroad tracks. Ride Ready – Check that your tires, brakes, chains and quick release levers are in working order. Carry tools and supplies that are appropriate for your ride. Always wear a helmet. Sources: http://www.nhtsa.gov/Safety/Motorcycles http://bikeleague.org/ridesmart

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