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  1. I've always heard the saying, "It's not if you crash, it's when you crash." And I believe this to be true. You're going to crash/drop your bike at least once in your lifetime as a motorcyclist. When it happens make sure it's in a controlled environment like the track and you're prepared for the damage (wear full gear, have good quality insurance, etc.)! These two videos are from Stan The Moto Man and I like that he uploaded his and a friend's crash footage to remind us all: Don't treat public roads as if they were the track Wear full gear all the time And I'll add in: crashes are expensive. You've got to repair/replace your bike, replace your damaged gear, and no riding time while you're waiting
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