At M&S, we are big on safety, and that includes motorcycle safety. But safety requires some study and practice. We like to say that “safe riding is no accident!” We urge our biking clients to read up on and follow the strictest biking safety guidelines. But unfortunately, there are many FALSE biking safety tips out there. And some myths never die no matter how much evidence accumulates to debunk them. For example, remember when they used to tell you that eating before you swim was a no-no because it could cause you to cramp up and drown? Turned out to be false! Still, many people still believe it to be true.
Here are the most common and enduring myths about motorcycle safety. Share these with any friends or family members who bike:
MYTH 1. Full-Face Helmets Restrict Your Visibility