Wheels Of Grace Magazine

Volume 7, Issue 2

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1. If you don't already have one, purchasing a wheel lock is a good idea. Using a regular lock like a Master Lock works just as well by feeding it through one of the holes on the front brake disk. This is small enough to carry with you wherever you ride and you don't need saddle bags. Consider adding a cable for added security; bicycle lock cables are generally sufficient and compact enough to fit under a seat easily. 2. The key to getting there safely is to give yourself enough time to enjoy the ride, take the appropriate gear and keep your communication device charged and dry. 3. Download the Law Tigers app http://lawtigers. com/page/law-tigers-mobile-app.php to be prepared in case of emergency. You never know when you'll need to locate a repair shop, tow truck or a Law Tigers motorcycle lawyer. The riding season has begun and motorcycle rallies can be found all over, from sea to shining sea. The Laughlin River Run on the hot heels of Daytona, Arizona Bike Week and MotoGP. Unfortunately, already this year has brought some casualties at these and other events in the form of theft and the loss of brother and sister riders. In this light, we thought that a few safety tips on how to keep you and your bike safe at motorcycle rallies will help keep us all in the saddle and keep the riding going. Getting There Preparing for a rally starts months in advance, especially if it's like this year's 75th Anniversary of Sturgis where hotels are booked-up over six months in advance. Once you know if you will be staying in a tent, hotel or RV, you can plan to bring a few items that will keep you and your ride safe. Keeping you and your Ride safe at Motorcycle Rallies 28 GraceRiderMag.com July/August

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