Monthly Archives: April 2017

The Seven Things Every Great Motorcycling Road Must Have

You’ve heard of them all: the Pacific Coast Highway, the Three Sisters, the Tail of the Dragon, the Million Dollar Highway. These are some of the best motorcycling roads in America, but what makes them great? Could your local favorite ride compete with these legendary roads? 7 Things a Great Motorcycling Road Must Have History– Many riders will tell you one of the best parts of riding motorcycles is the stories you collect along the way. So, why wouldn’t you want to ride a road that has its own tale to tell? Route 66 has fable after fable connected to its asphalt, and that’s one of the big reasons thousands ride this historic highway every year. Traffic– You can’t experience a good road if it’s always filled with cars, trucks and other motorcycles. A clear road is a big part of being a great motorcycling road. Ambiance– Sometimes the scenery…
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Ways to Help Boost Your Morale When Recovering From a Traumatic Brain Injury

Recovering from a traumatic brain injury can be extremely difficult. Not only have you gone through the process of being physically injured, you have to deal with how to pay for your injury, the psychological implications of post-injury stress and anxiety, and how to transition back to your normal life. It may take months, even years to be able to get back to your normal routine, and it cannot be expected that your mood, or morale will be the same as it was for quite some time. Many recovering patients must spend whole weeks trapped in a room with nothing to do. There are a number of positive things you can try to boost your mood on the road to recovery. There are some ideas that have worked for others listed below. Recovery Activities That Can Help Boost Your Morale Yoga and meditation: Hard physical activities will be off limits…
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How to Make Motorcycling Safer? This Coloradoan Has an Idea

In Colorado Springs, it was around 2:45 am on the morning of April 15th when a motorcyclist and passenger slowed to take a left-hand turn onto Clarendon Drive from Hancock Expressway. That’s when a truck rear-ended the riders, sending them both to the hospital with serious injuries. This was only one crash out of the many that have happened this month alone, but one man from Denver is hoping that his new invention can help prevent collisions like this. Can a New Invention Help Make Motorcycling Safer? Like the couple above, Troy De Baca had a motorcycle crash in 2012 that rocked him. He had been riding motorcycles for 20 years, but after his crash, he was afraid to get back in the saddle. He wasn’t ready to give up riding though, so he decided to do something to make motorcycling safer instead. SignalWear was the result of De Baca’s…
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