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  1. Posted On 15 Jun 2016 | 0 Comment

    The love of a father knows no bounds, and this story is a perfect example of that.

    Aubrey’s father, 25 year old Hector Daniel Ferrer Alvarez, was shot to death before his daughter was born. An avid motorcycle enthusiast, Alvarez was ecstatic at the prospect of being a dad and even traded in his original sports bike for a much safer bike. "He was so excited just to be a daddy" Aubrey's mother Kathryn Seable Williams said that he was insistent on doing a newborn photo-shoot when she was born. 

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  2. Posted On 18 May 2016 | 1 Comment

    Accidents are terrifying experiences. They are even more terrifying when it happens to you.  Being prepared to deal with the first few minutes and hours can make a big difference – both in terms of your recovery and insurance.

    So if you do happen to find yourself in such an unfortunate situation, following these ten steps might help.

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  3. Posted On 16 May 2016 | 0 Comment

    Have you ever heard of Murphy’s Law? The old adage essentially states that anything that can go wrong will go wrong.And boy does this ring true for motorcycles.

    In some form or the other, this almost perverse concept appears to have been around since time immemorial. It may sound like a pessimist’s motto, but Murphy’s Law has an uncanny ability to follow through on its promise, time and time again.

    Here’s a list of some of the ‘not so’ great things that are likely to happen if you own a motorcycle.

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  4. Posted On 10 May 2016 | 8 Comments

    There are quite a few misconceptions floating around about the dangers of bike riding. With many of these gaining traction, it’s no surprise that sometimes these misconceptions are believed to be ‘facts’.

    Here is a list of some myths or misconceptions that commonly disguise themselves as ‘facts’. 

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  5. Posted On 08 May 2016 | 11 Comments

    Many assume that riding motorcycles is far more dangerous than driving cars. There are many sides to this argument. What appears is that this perception of motorcycles is fueled by prejudices and personal experiences. 

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