May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month!

California Biker Motorcycle Lawyer Attorney Norman Gregory Fernandez at the Hollister Independence Day RallyThe Month of May has been designated as Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month. You can read the official release from the NHTSA by clicking here.

You can read another article from the American Motorcyclist Association about Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month by clicking here.

You can read yet another article about Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month from the Motorcycle Safety Foundation by clicking here.

You can also read about a bi-partisan Congressional Resolution to promote May as being Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month by clicking here.

I have written many motorcycle safety articles that you can read on this blog by clicking the Safety Tips button on the top of the Blog. I am sure not the holy grail of motorcycle safety, but my many years of riding have given me some good incite into the subject. You might want to read some of the articles even if you think you know it all. You may learn something. I am also inviting all bikers to submit safety articles to me by sending them to . If the articles are good, I will publish them on the Blog and give you full author credits.

Let’s use this month to get the word out to other bikers, motorcyclist, and cagers, about motorcycle safety.

Keep Both Wheels on the Road.

By Norman Gregory Fernandez, Esq., © 2007

4 Responses to May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month!

  1. Safety on a motorcycle should never be taken lightly. I will reread tips from time to time to refresh myself. This has proven quite helpful a few times. You’d think that after my having my motorcycle for two years, reading and learning from my fellow riders, that I’d have learned it all by now. But that is not the case.

    Bottom line for me is: I never think I know it all and keep reading the safety tips.

  2. Betty I have been in the saddle for a very long time and I am still learning new tips and techniques. It is said that every-time you get a new bike it takes you at least 1000 miles to learn that new bike. Each bike is different. I recommend the MSF advanced riding course every-time you get a new bike.

    In my humble opinion it is people who think that they know everything about motorcycle safety who are at the greatest risk. It is a constant learning experience.

    I find that guys and gals, who have not been in the saddle for a long time are the ones at greatest risk. Thanks for your post.


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