Ride the Wave of Excitement with our Agency Motorcycle Rentals
No matter where your trip is taking you, one of our agencies' motorcycle rentals can help you get on your way. Whether you need one motorcycle just for you or a great fleet for your entire group, we can make all of your riding dreams come true with our motorcycle rentals.
Enjoy our Motorcycle Rentals to the Fullest
The best way to enjoy your motorcycle trip is to get acquainted with our safety suggestions:
- When you are parking the motorcycle on a hill, be sure to leave it parked at an angle so that it is easier to merge into traffic when you decide to get back on the road.
- If you are leaving the motorcycle in a parking lot, it is a good idea to park it in the middle of a line and at the end of the space so that other drivers will see the motorcycle when looking for a space.
- Slow down when you are approaching toll-booths and gently use your feet to guide you through.
- When you are riding a motorcycle be acutely aware of your surroundings. You are much more vulnerable on a motorcycle than you are when driving a vehicle.
- Always look down the road as far as you can see so that you know what you are approaching and can plan accordingly.
- You should always be sure to leave lots of room between you and other drivers.
- Be aware of your blind spots and approaching drivers at all times.
- Ride on one side of the lane or another, but not in the middle to avoid skidding on oil leaks from other vehicles.
- If at all possible during your ride, try to stay off the roads at rush hour or during any other busy time.
What to Wear
- Helmet - You must wear a helmet while riding a motorcycle . you want to protect your head to the best of your ability. Before you put on your helmet, make sure that it is DOT (Department of Transport) or SNELL approved and that it fully covers your face. In addition, it should cover your entire head as well as your jaw and chin and have a thick layer of Styrofoam for your protection.
Your helmet should fit snugly. When you push on the side of your helmet, the most you should be able to fit between the helmet and your face is one finger.
- Boots - The best boots to wear have thick soles and steel toes. They should also have superb traction for different road conditions. Although good traction is not that important when you are riding, you will notice that it is quite significant when you are getting on and off your motorcycle.
- Gloves - You should wear a good set of gloves when you are riding your motorcycle. Gloves protect your hands from various weather situations as well providing a better grip.
- Jacket - Leather jackets are the best sources of protection and if it is not too hot in the area in which you will be riding, it is a good idea to invest in one.