Tips to enjoy your motorcycle trip

Discover all our tips to enjoy the ride

Webserie : Get set for your adventure - #1 Choosing the right equipment

Choosing the right equipment

During your journey you're likely to experience a range of weather conditions. You should avoid choosing an outfit for only hot weather or only cold weather.

Webserie : Get set for your adventure - #2 Choosing the useful_eliminating the useless

Choosing the useful, eliminating the useless

Extra weight is truly your motorcycle's enemy. The more it is weighed down, the less comfortable your bike will be and the less well it will handle.

Webserie : Get set for your adventure - #3 Loading your bike

Loading your bike

Whatever your final load, take care to ensure that it doesn't interfere with your motorcycle's basic features, its balance and its weight distribution.

Webserie : Get set for your adventure #4 Preparing and adjusting the bike

Preparing and adjusting the bike

Fine tuning your motorcycle allows you to ride more confidently, avoid muscle pain and increase your level of comfort so you don't get tired as easily.

Webserie : Get set for your adventure #5 Riding with a passenger

Riding with a passenger

Adventures can be even better when shared with a partner. It's also completely possible for passengers to ride enduro-style, standing up like the driver.

Webserie : Get set for your adventure #6 Riding in a group

Riding in a group

Riding in a group has to be one of the true joys of motorcycle journeys. You need to have a good understanding of the basic rules to make sure everyone in the group stays safe.

Webserie : Get set for your adventure #7 Making a u-turn on narrow track

Making a u-turn on narrow track

This is undoubtedly a dangerous situation. You don't want to fall off a cliff! Under pressure, riders might let go of the bike or accelerate suddenly.

Riding in a group

Riding in a group has to be one of the true joys of motorcycle journeys. You need to have a good understanding of the basic rules to make sure everyone in the group stays safe.

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