Welcome to RideSmart, we hope the content of this site will help you in your motorcycling should you wish to make improvements to your riding safety, style and skills. Perhaps showing you a way to use the information you have in front and around you to the benefit of yourself and others.
Bringing your attention to the information that you “can see”, what you “cannot see” and what we may reasonable “expect to happen”. With the use of this information we already have, our perception and better observation in using the information available so there will be the ” time to react” so we can avoid damage to ourselves and or others.
Learn from The Police Riders Handbook, on your own or with some help. “Contact Us” if you want help.
Information, observation and anticipation
The learning in this chapter, along with rider training, should enable you to:
- explain how your brain processes information and how you can improve your ability to process complex information when riding
- explain the three main types of hazards you will meet on the road
Where shall we go for a drink & perhaps something to eat when out riding? We all have our favourite(s) places and how to find new ones easily?