Guide to Protective Gear for Bikers

Guide to Protective Gear for Bikers

Importance of Protection Gear

Do you guys see the difference?

Crazy right! This is the how a complete riding gear look's like.

Safety is what the world relies on. We riders are exposed to natural conditions and man-made accidents, a lot than other beings on wheels.

I myself have learnt a lot from practical happenings in life. I have been in a Car and Bike collisions ( not proud though, just for information sake ).

 

FULL GEAR

2012, I had given my first driving test and failed miserably ( computer test ). With humiliation, I took my friend Abhishek's bike and went for a ride. Aggression overpowering my thoughts, I was riding at high speed. From nowhere a car overtook me and I had to apply break suddenly. This caused the tires to skid and I rolled over the road. As I was getting up ( palms on the ground and pushing body up ), a car came by and sided over my head. From the helmet visor, I could see the car pass by me. With a shock, I stood up and thanked God for wearing the Helmet.

2014, I was in my car travelling to my friend Jim's place. I realised by half way, I was not wearing the seat belt, that moment I stretched my arms and pulled the seat belt. YES! and that was the time I got into a head-on collision with another car. I lost my hair and the car, but thanks to God that I was safe with only minor head injury and nothing serious had happened. God's way of telling you "Bro lookout".

I Hope this guide, will encourage our fellow riders to start wearing safety gear.

Also Check: Riders Diary for more safety tips


3 Replies to “Guide to Protective Gear for Bikers”

    1. Hey Dreamlander,
      We had planned a trip to Jim Corbett last weekend, which I’m sorry for not updating.
      We are planning another trip next month, the date for which will be, mentioned on our events section.
      Stay cool and Ride safe.

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