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Without ability, judgement and a clear head, you have no business on a bike.

There's no middle ground on the road. You're either in total control or you're not. And on the road, deadly consequences are just one misjudged move, or split-second lapse in concentration away.

Operating a motorcycle is all about control. Alcohol eliminates control, causing:

  • Reduced inhibitions
  • Decreased reaction time
  • Inability to gauge speed
  • Impaired muscle control
  • Blurred vision
  • Loss of reflexes

If you're planning to drink:

  • Leave your bike at home. You won't be tempted to take it out when alcohol impairs your judgement.
  • Get a ride with a non-drinking friend in a car. You could be as dangerous on the back of a bike as you would be driving one.
  • Live to ride another day.
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