The four pieces of gear

that can protect you

by 90% during a motorcycle crash!

According to the American Motorcyclist Association, approximately 33 percent of motorcyclists die in crashes due to a lack of safety gear.

At first, A motorcycle helmet is an essential motorcycle safety gear you can wear.

Helmets reduce the likelihood of severe head and face injuries in crashes by up to 85 percent.

Eye protection (e.g., safety glasses) protects your face from being damaged by the hard edges of the bike frame or other objects in a collision.

Boots or protective shoes are also necessary motorcycle safety gear. They protect your feet, ankles, and lower legs from being injured in a crash.

A motorcycle jacket is a good option if you do not have any other motorcycle safety gear. 

A jacket helps protect your torso and arms in a crash. It also has pockets holding items such as sunglasses or an emergency flare. 

If you ride unhelmeted in states where a helmet is mandatory,

you could be fined and get a ticket.

Read More about such states where you can ride without helmets.

Young riders sometimes have a reputation for not wearing helmets and other protective gear because they want to look cool. However, this is a terrible idea.

#Wear safety gear; save yourself!