5 Life-Saving Habits for Motorcycle Riders

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If there’s a golden rule to motorcycling, "don’t be an idiot” would rank #1. But beyond that, there are a few things you can do to drastically lower your risk factor.
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Y A Prieš val
Profe 👍
twkeyes1 Prieš 14 val
very good video
tim johnson
tim johnson Prieš 17 val
Getting down to the nitty gritty.
Jim Hamilton
Jim Hamilton Prieš 19 val
Always great videos.
Uli Hanel
Uli Hanel Prieš dieną
Beautiful, as I said you cannot be US-Stupid. Thank Canada with an apparently great educational base.. love it. Canada is closer to Europe than the not so united states. Can we at least try to move Canada physically closer to Europe?
Michael Biniakewitz
Michael Biniakewitz Prieš dieną
I don’t know how I’ve never come across this guy, his presentations are brilliant and hate to say it I pilfer his videos to show riders I teach
scp [REDACTED] Prieš dieną
As a Japanese person who reds from left for right and up to down how the fuck do my eyes work?
Tom bryan
Tom bryan Prieš dieną
Ralph Valkenhoff
Ralph Valkenhoff Prieš dieną
Deflated sex doll hu
Thomas Decker
Thomas Decker Prieš dieną
I take it people from Alberta are bad drivers
Ion Aguirre
Ion Aguirre Prieš 2 dienas
Well, metrics was, long ago adopted by the International Units System (IS), So I think that for an Internet publication that could be followed all over the world, it is the correct choice.
arwa alrazyeg
arwa alrazyeg Prieš 2 dienas
This vid is so informative! I have been trying to research for a LTpost vid similar to yours that teaches the stuff in this LTpost video. 👍Your breakdown is similar to the channel of Dr. Ethan! Dr's tips are educational and I actually learned a lot for diet. I suggest you check out his page out and give the Dr a like! 👉 #DoctorEthanQandA
Richard McLendon
Richard McLendon Prieš 2 dienas
At 4:00, the vehicles going left and right are in the left lane. Vehicles going up and down are in the right lane.
Matt Terry
Matt Terry Prieš 2 dienas
Didn't catch the Alberta plate in the scanning section til the second viewing. Great, Ry!
Hyrum Lowry
Hyrum Lowry Prieš 3 dienas
wouldn't getting to the engagement point and covering it make the taillights be constantly lit? I know it does that on my moped and car.
PhySicS ArIeL
PhySicS ArIeL Prieš 4 dienas
I wish you guys would make more videos
Clark ian Perez
Clark ian Perez Prieš 6 dienų
Wow this is my new fav channel
Nishan Manandhar
Nishan Manandhar Prieš 6 dienų
Nice. Thank you.
Mystic_ Prieš 6 dienų
I want Ryan as my physics or math teacher.
Adrian Redden
Adrian Redden Prieš 6 dienų
Being in texas we have some monster traffic sometimes even in the middle of a 5 lane highway it's really not uncommon, whats saved my ass even on my shitty brakes harley is preemptively loading my brakes and being ready for it I can always speed back up in a hurry but slowing down is a bit different. I would recommend also, check your following distance to other vehicles, and in regards to animals, just slow down, you'll lose 5 minutes of time but your life is worth more
Patrick Greene
Patrick Greene Prieš 7 dienų
Love the presentation... your one clever bas******d🤔😂👍🇬🇧
ae70gts Prieš 8 dienų
''competitive bastards'' so true
Evan Snyder
Evan Snyder Prieš 8 dienų
5:19 jokes on you, I’m a gamer. I learn from pain😎
Alanah Duncan
Alanah Duncan Prieš 8 dienų
Hi dude! I liked this so much. I've been trying to research for a video like yours that informs everything in this video! 🧑🏻‍⚕️ That explanation at 1:05 is smart. Your content is like the videos from this insightful Doctor Ethan. Doctor Ethan's videos are actually knowledgable and he really helped me on my wellness. He is the most knowledgable medical student on LTpost and he explains wellness! Go check out his YT out and give the Dr a subscribe here! 👉 #DoctorEthanOnLTpost
Rogier Prieš 9 dienų
What a beautifull place Canada is to ride a motorcycle. Wish we had that space in the Netherlands..
Άνθρωπος_Χ Prieš 9 dienų
You are great man! It's an honor to watch your videos. Keep it up! You love it and we can see it!
Reb Prieš 10 dienų
The most important life saving habit a rider absolutely NEEDS to practice. Whenever you are on a motorcycle on the road, ride like you are TOTALLY INVISIBLE! No one in front of you (approaching or leading), behind you, or to either side of you actually sees you. How many motorcycle riders have died because of other traffic and the other driver claims he did not see the motorcycle?
Maxim P
Maxim P Prieš 10 dienų
4:24 So true. And it concerns some of popularly held beliefs today, too...
Vinay Dang
Vinay Dang Prieš 10 dienų
Hey, your thumbnail is being used .. hope u are unaware.. www.cartoq.com/life-saving-habits-motorcycle-rider/amp/
grinch5071 Prieš 11 dienų
oh the Alberta plates.
ShiroMations Prieš 13 dienų
Saurabh Kambli
Saurabh Kambli Prieš 13 dienų
Hello Dr.Ryan!
Dere Moore
Dere Moore Prieš 14 dienų
That jada smith comparison didn’t stand the test of time 😳
Feeding Ravens
Feeding Ravens Prieš 14 dienų
The angle that my foot can bend, makes the brake lever being way too high, so that I have to lift my foot to step on the break, which makes it terribly insensitive. In opinion it would be best when the angle of the pedal is such that my foot can rest on it, of course the possible angle must be so that you can reach maximum breaking power with full foot stretching. The adjustment allows next to nothing. What to do? Cut off the pedal and weld it on at another angle (for my foot and seating position, about 45 degrees down?
Nota Prieš 15 dienų
I couldn't find it in the comments, sorry if im just blind. Wouldn't your brake lights be on the entire time the lever is preloaded? I'm pretty sure mine flash before i make contact, so the person behind me wouldn't know when i actually pulled them, creating a new hazard, or am I mistaken?
grunf0094 Prieš 16 dienų
After 33 years of accident free/drop free driving my motto is ride like the other drivers ether don’t see you or they don’t care. This is most important in intersections where you should be going slower and be ready on both brakes. Time your positioning with other vehicles going through the intersections with you to use them as protection. Many tricks out there that years of experience brings. An indestructible and reckless attitude is the best recipe for skin removal.
CGGS1981 Prieš 16 dienų
637 people pressed the wrong button
reacp911 Prieš 17 dienų
brake lights - the guy behind doesn't know when you are actually braking. Breaking is what happens when he runs into the back of you
Evil Fluff
Evil Fluff Prieš 17 dienų
My stepmom clipped a rear tire of the motorcycle in front of her she got shoulder surgery and lung luckily one of the riders was a EMT with and EMP style first aid kit and she did get a helicopter ride too she never ride a motorcycle again the shoulder mobility was made after the wreck. Just remember that space is your friend and keep space at all times. And to add more skilled riders in the back can stop and help a new rider who dropped the bike if the new rider is last no one will see them going down.
Hugo Rider
Hugo Rider Prieš 17 dienų
I like motorcycles but I hate the numbers..
deca gon
deca gon Prieš 18 dienų
everything is good and well until fortnine shows math
Grant Dixon
Grant Dixon Prieš 18 dienų
Well done and very well presented.
Satria Hardjakaprabon
Satria Hardjakaprabon Prieš 18 dienų
AMAAAZING KNOWLEDGE MAAN thanks a lot, im a rider from indonesia, and the more people view your videos the more lives could be safe and the more riding trips that could be enjoyable
3 Subscribers Without Any Videos!!!
3 Subscribers Without Any Videos!!! Prieš 19 dienų
Rode 45mins at 150kp/h (top speed) with no jacket on a cold night you definitly gotta embrace it as part of the adrenaline
Ruben Angel Varisco
Ruben Angel Varisco Prieš 19 dienų
Very good guy! Thanks
Alex Sharapov
Alex Sharapov Prieš 19 dienų
About #1. Doesn't preloading brakes trigger brake lights, confusing drivers/riders behind you?
Naer Kode
Naer Kode Prieš 20 dienų
Just noticed he sounds like Jack Sparrow (not Johnny Depp) and Ryan Reynolds.😂no offence.. Loved it, especially because it was the Metric system you used. See, or it were imperial, for me it would be like trying to read right to left.👍
Kristopher Noronha
Kristopher Noronha Prieš 20 dienų
Great stuff about braking! I always cover my brakes, front has anti-dive so a slight touch firms up the suspension. Another thing is, you need to anticipate when to let go of the throttle well before you need to brake. Letting go of the throttle doesn't lose anything (unless you're racing), but it gives the front end time to settle, and saves your life. No amount of preloading the brake is going to help if the front end hasn't settled from going WOT.
Druca Ferreira
Druca Ferreira Prieš 21 dieną
just sheer brilliance... kudos sir!!! love that deflated sex doll analogy (even had one named Metzy)
Davis Jasmin
Davis Jasmin Prieš 21 dieną
ah yes ads on something that could save our life thankyou youtube
Saim S.
Saim S. Prieš 22 dienas
I don’t even have a bike yet.
Dashiell Lorett Clapp
Dashiell Lorett Clapp Prieš 22 dienas
What's going on with that diagram of a junction? Half the vehicles are driving on the left and the ones on the crossing street are driving on the right.
Karl Depina
Karl Depina Prieš 24 dienas
Using the front brake while moving fast is a dumb thing. Use your rear brakes bro
shubhankar vashist
shubhankar vashist Prieš 25 dienų
ending makes so much fucking sense bro thanks ❤️👍🏿
TheAssening Prieš 26 dienų
that intro looked so convincing =D
EhdrianEh Prieš 27 dienų
The last lesson was good. I always felt that "distance vs speed" right in my gut (no math required) and let people get ahead of me until I had a clearer safer straight to catch up.
CrankingWithCG Prieš 27 dienų
My advice from scooter riding, always go harder on the rear than the front. Go all the way on the rear as you start going on the front, either let the rear slide, or back off a tad as it starts to slide, then start slowly easing on the front. Get to know your front and how hard you can go on it, same with the rear. You can control a rear slide a lot better than a front slide
kobematthews24 Prieš 27 dienų
I'm simply a defense Rider. If you know you know 🙌🏽😏
moto noob
moto noob Prieš 27 dienų
super video, the weerd thing is that in holland ( europa ) we get told by the instruckter, put your richt foot on the floor, and hold the front breaks when you stop at a licht, this is nice when your instructor is behnd you to safecard you on the road, he wil stop behind you several meters, even on a exam there is a car behind you with your instructor en the man hoe had to jutch your ride and tel you that you have falt your ridein test or not, BUT when you start rideing on your one, there is no one behind you to keep you safe!!!!!! so as soon as i start riding after i got my licence !!! i put my left foot doun , i hold the rear brake , this way i can always drag the reare break and make driving a way from a stop moor smooth en controled , even stopping is moor smooth you aplay both braks to come to a stop , wen you put your left foot out, ( sorry for the tekst , i am not used to type in a forang langwich)
MotoHolota Prieš 28 dienų
Max Flight
Max Flight Prieš 28 dienų
The last three minutes is particularly critical . I enjoyed it all ...
Mark Rodriguez
Mark Rodriguez Prieš 28 dienų
The most effective lifesaving habit I have discovered is wearing full BDU while carrying a twenty gauge air cannon. No tailgaters on the way to paintball!
Jeremy Kydd
Jeremy Kydd Prieš 29 dienų
About as usless as a deflating sex doll you get less out than you put in LOL Brilliant mate As always another awesome review. Your way better than the likes of Jeremy Clarkson just a straight out straight up funny guy. Keep up the great work mate.
tommays56 Prieš 29 dienų
My road life stayed safe because I rode motocross and enduro for so long first and you crash so much off-road It gives you a better response to the bike doing bad things
Wajih Khan
Wajih Khan Prieš mėn
Finaly i worthy teacher ❣️🇵🇰
Temwanani Nkana
Temwanani Nkana Prieš mėn
Your safety vids are very interesting, making them that much more interesting. Thats why they are effective.
Tony Boughman
Tony Boughman Prieš mėn
Great public service, Ryan. Many thanks.
Rheetam Mitra
Rheetam Mitra Prieš mėn
Nobel Peace Prize nominee.
J Costa
J Costa Prieš mėn
Also, for most: Let the slower guy go at front so that he can set the pace, specially if his bike is slower or you'll be perpetually looking back to see where the duck is he/she.
Samuel Abrams
Samuel Abrams Prieš mėn
Entanglement 🤣
IamLemonz 115
IamLemonz 115 Prieš mėn
“LEEver” this fucking guy
stampy Dragon
stampy Dragon Prieš mėn
I read manga and normal books and I can read better when reading in Japanese format and can scan both ways on a motorcycle at same time
jjjboy Prieš mėn
Great video, thanks. I've been riding for 40yrs & I just got a lot of reminders of why I ride the way I do.
JD Urfer
JD Urfer Prieš mėn
Really great vid
s1t9e9f4an Prieš mėn
Nathan Prieš mėn
Can someone please make the diagram at 4:06 make sense? I see that on the horizontal, both the rider and car driver are on the left side of the road, but on the vertical the two cars are on their respective right sides of the road? I'm so confused
Rez Prieš mėn
number 0, get a car for commuting. only ride for fun.
Adam King
Adam King Prieš mėn
I love this channel...! See all you guys on TET this summer! :D
XVBD Prieš mėn
I've had that first one like 3 times
Garry Coy
Garry Coy Prieš mėn
Never ride faster than you're Angeles can keep up!
George Armstrong
George Armstrong Prieš mėn
"you get out less than you put in" Hey that's no way to talk about my girlfriend!
Felipe Ruiz
Felipe Ruiz Prieš mėn
“Less so for homomotorcyclists”
Peter August
Peter August Prieš mėn
Nah... we sont protect new motorcycle riders. As hard bikers we are all in for natural selection, increasing the overall ability of the general biker pool by sorting out the lower end of the spectrum! Thats just how we roll!
Dave auf dem BMW
Dave auf dem BMW Prieš mėn
200ms = 0.2 seconds aka 2/10ths of a second. Extrapolate from there ha. Left foot down like a Moto cop. Instant respect.
Todd Prieš mėn
Brilliant! Excellent video, should be mandatory and part of rider training. Thank you!
Arvil Prieš mėn
Best 10 minutes that I've invested on sth since my birth
João Luz
João Luz Prieš mėn
Thank you!
Kaiser Knapp
Kaiser Knapp Prieš mėn
Preloading your brakes is a horrible idea. You always have your brake light on so drivers around you have no idea when you will slow down. Not to mention you shouldn't hover your levers in general (except maybe the clutch). Less of an issue for experienced riders but noobs should either be braking or have their hands fully on the bars. I love f9 but the tip to load your levers is downright dangerous
Riftwake Prieš mėn
You made me giggle at least four times this episode. Bravo!
Tomas Gimenez
Tomas Gimenez Prieš mėn
I don’t ride a motorcycle, but I really enjoy you videos!
Cyrus Prieš mėn
Great now there’s gonna be a bunch of motorcycles riders cheating. Why can’t we just play the vanilla game
Richard Clegg
Richard Clegg Prieš mėn
I laugh more in 10 minutes of Ryan than an hour of SNL... homo-erectus vs homo-cycleist... spit my coffee out 20'
Richard Clegg
Richard Clegg Prieš mėn
And thats why I always reccomend, only buy hysteresis free blow up dolls, a little more expensive, but worth the money...
XennuHunter Prieš mėn
are you my math teacher? thats alot of math
sam dehart
sam dehart Prieš mėn
I think you might’ve saved my life a few months ago. I started putting my left foot down and funny enough I got rear ended. My bike slid forwards when I got hit and stayed upright. Then the car behind hit that car. I fell over at that point but had I already been on the ground before that second hit, the second hit would’ve instead pushed the first car on top of me. Thanks :) Edit: can I say for sure that the “what if” aforementioned would’ve happened. No but it best to assume the worst and prepare for it. That’s why I said you might’ve saved my life.
Torsee Prieš mėn
Slow burn..less out then we put in! 😂
Jedimindknight Prieš mėn
The portion at the end hit home. Solid. Was riding for 2 summers, always solo, always aggressive, but my own aggressive. First time with another rider and was taking a turn in the rear position and by the time I realized what he was doing and what the corner required, it's was too late. Went way wide into the oncoming lane and brushed the guardrail, scary, but not sure why it happened at the time. Thanks Ryan for the insight.
Cyr Media
Cyr Media Prieš mėn
He said "Homo motorcyclist."
PilgrimsPassage Prieš mėn
Nowt wrong with filtering ...
Doruk Sırtıoğlu
Doruk Sırtıoğlu Prieš mėn
What an entrance! Good job mate 👍👍
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