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One potential drawback to electric motorcycles

Though there will clearly be some push-back from those who love gas-powered motorcycles, much as there has been with electric cars, it often feels as if electric motorcycles are the wave of the future. They break the dependency on gas, people can charge them in their garage and they tend to have all of the power you would ever need for most drives. There is some question of range, but even that gets longer with every generation and eventually will not pose the problem that it does today.

Motorcycle fatalities doubled between 1994 and 2016

The risk of riding a motorcycle appears to just be getting worse from year to year. While fatality rates in most motor vehicles have seen increases and decreases -- dropping from 2006 to 2012, for example, before rising again -- there has been a slow but steady rise in motorcycle fatalities.

High-viz clothing really does reduce motorcycle accidents

The color of choice for motorcyclists almost always seems to be black. They ride black bikes, they wear black leather jackets, they don black pants and they top it all off with a black helmet and black gloves. In the end, you get a bike and a rider that really blend into the black pavement, reducing their visibility.

The type of motorcycle you choose impacts performance

If you're thinking about buying a motorcycle and you've never owned one before, it can feel a bit overwhelming. Long gone are the days when bikes were all pretty much the same and you just picked one for the engine size. Modern bikes are very specialized and the way they're designed can drastically impact performance.

Why do people say loud pipes save lives?

A motto in the motorcycle community, at least among those who ride loud cruiser bikes, is that that "loud pipes save lives." This is typically said in response to the complaint that loud motorcycles are annoying and disruptive, a position often taken by pedestrians, cyclists and other drivers.

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