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Yermo
2 years ago
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How to Avoid Skinning Yourself Alive - Brittany Morrow on Vimeo

Rock the Gear Inc. is a national, not-for-profit organization that focuses on safety apparel education and provides a community of support for those who want to

mjlfjr
5 years ago
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How to Fit Howard Leight Single-Use Roll-Down Foam Ear Plugs

Single-use roll-down foam ear plugs offer an economical and convenient choice for work situations that demand a high degree of comfort, frequent changes, or ...

buffalo
5 years ago
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NoNoise Earplugs - RevZilla

Motorcycle helmets, gear and accessories. Free Shipping, No Hassle Returns and the Lowest Prices -- Guaranteed

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Yermo
5 years ago
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HJC SyMax 3 Helmet - RevZilla

Purchase the HJC SyMax 3 Helmet at RevZilla Motorsports. Get the best free shipping & exchange deal anywhere, no restock fees and the lowest prices -- guaranteed.

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Gabe
5 years ago
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Hit Air MLV-P Airbag Vest Large Reflector: BIKEBONE

We will match any price on the web*, plus 10% of the difference! *Details at the bottom of the page Demo Video and Testimonials The Long Awaited New Super Light Weight Vests Models Are Here! New MLV-Reflective Model Reflective material of LUMIDEX is used for good nighttime visibility and the safety. S-System is installed. Super Light Weight Vest for Motorcycle riding is Hit-Air s latest model for wearing over your favorite motorcycle jacket. This vest incorporates Hit-air s new super high speed airbag deployment system. The system deploys the airbag in .25 msec (0.25 sec)! By comparison the human eye blink rate is 300 to 400 msec or 0.3 seconds. The Hit-air MLV model is also super light weight making it comfortable while wearing it over your favorite jacket or vest! It is so light, cool and comfortable you will hardly notice that you are wearing it! The Hit-air MLV model is ideal for the rider who has one or more jackets in his or her wardrobe but want the superior protection t

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Yermo
5 years ago
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Arai Signet-Q Helmet - Solid - RevZilla

Purchase the Arai Signet-Q Helmet - Solid at RevZilla Motorsports. Get the best free shipping & exchange deal anywhere, no restock fees and the lowest prices -- guaranteed.

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Upon investigating this surprising increase I discovered the following causes for increased older rider injury in a report issued about this time last year (2013) in the peer-reviewed journal Injury Prevention. (Report linked within the Consumer Reports article below.) Study shows older motorcycle riders risk greater injuries Consumer Reports News: February 11, 2013 08:08 AM -- Over the past two decades, the average age of motorcycle riders has increased, and a new report shows that injury rates have risen at an even greater rate for older riders. Older bikers are three times as likely to be seriously injured in crashes than younger riders, despite being in fewer wrecks. The key distinction is that while younger riders, aged 20 to 39 years, were in far more accidents from 2001 to 2008 (921,229 incidents) than the oldest age group (65,660), those aged 60 and over were found to be much more likely to experience a severe injury. The older riders were shown to suffer more head and chest injuries, and to be more likely to die as a result of their injuries. Bikers in this age group were also three times as likely to be admitted to a hospital after a crash as were those in their 20s and 30s. The findings were published online last week at the peer-reviewed journal Injury Prevention. Among the authors' conclusions is that older adults experience more severe injuries due to the physiological effects of the aging process. In other words, getting old sucks. The report states: "As the body ages, bone strength decreases, subcutaneous and visceral fat distribution may change, and there is a decrease in the elasticity of the chest wall, factors which may lead to more severe injuries after exposure to trauma." Like I said... The study goes on to cite risk factors for older riders that include delayed reaction time, altered balance, and worsening vision. Factor in the greater likelihood of a pre-existing health condition, and it is plain to see that older riders face greater survival challenges on two wheels. And now there is a comprehensive study to validate what previously may have been considered common sense. The conclusions from the study include some valuable lessons: * Many older riders may be new to motorcycling, or may have rusty skills. Motorcycle safety courses are recommended for new riders, as well as refresher courses for experienced riders. * Injury risks increase with age, compounding the inherent risks associated with riding. * Using a DOT-approved helmet can reduce the risk for head injuries. * Middle-aged and older riders may benefit from chest protection. Study shows older motorcycle riders risk greater injuries(https://miles-by-motorcycle.com/136/links/9285/study-shows-older-motorcycle-riders-risk-greater-injuries)

6 years ago byGabe
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Another article... they're coming, and from more than one vendor. It remains to be seen if these are a good idea or not. New Helmet Technology on the Horizon - Motorcycle USA(https://miles-by-motorcycle.com/136/links/8511/-new-helmet-technology-on-the-horizon---motorcycle-usa)

6 years ago byGabe
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