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Laying down a bike is not the wisest of ideas to avoid collision
"... As most of the older riders would agree, the best method to avoid accidents is to make sure you actually don't put yourself in a perilous situation. This might involve a heap of factors such as adapting the speed to the traffic conditions, checking the road surface for holes, debris, sand, oil residues and so on, paying attention to the weather and the way riding styles should change accordingly, and many more. Deliberately, the speed factor was left on its own..." Continue Reading →
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