Motorcycle Accident Blog

Could Arizona Legalizing Lane Splitting Help Convince Colorado to Do It Too?

Going out for a fall ride

Arizona has become the latest state to take up legislation on the controversial practice of lane splitting. Also known as lane sharing, this maneuver allows motorcyclists to ride in between congested lanes of traffic. So far, California is the only state in the U.S. to allow this maneuver, but does that mean other states like Colorado … Continue reading

Seven Tips You Need to Know About Riding Motorcycles in Colorado

Adventure riding can be a thrilling experience. It can also turn into a terrifying one if you are alone and injured. Stay safe out there.

Colorado is a destination for motorcyclists all over the nation and for good reason. Our state’s natural beauty, rich history and spectacular roads makes the region perfect for motorcycling. However, there are a few things you need to know before ripping through Colorado on two wheels. 7 Things Motorcycle Riders Need to Know About Riding … Continue reading

Will an American Compete for the World Superbike Title?

Superbike on the racetrack

This year has been rough for American motorcycle racing fans. The loss of Nicky Hayden after a tragic training crash devastated the community and left a hole in the World Superbike grid. For the first time in many years, there was no Americans racing in the top classes of world motorcycle racing. It seems that … Continue reading

What Are the Leading Causes of Motorcycle Accidents?


Motorcycle accidents are much more likely to result in serious injury or death compared to car accidents. This is due to the relative lack of protection afforded to motorcyclists. While protective gear can help, motorcyclists still risk serious injury when on the road. Here is a brief list of the most common causes of motorcycle … Continue reading

How to Prepare Your Motorcycle for Winter Storage

Wrenching on his motorcycle

Well, it’s just about that time of year again. The weather is turning chilly, and for those of us who don’t have an innate resistance to cold, it’s time to hang up our leathers for the season. This also means it’s time to put our motorcycles away until riding weather becomes more pleasant sometime in … Continue reading

Could Trackers Be the Solution to Your Motorcycle Security Problems?

Picture of a Motorcycle Riding Away from a Broken Chain and a Thief

Not long ago, we talked about how motorcycle theft had gone up across the country. Luckily for U.S. riders, the increase is only marginal, however, the United Kingdom hasn’t been so lucky. With motorcycle theft rates soaring throughout Britain, security solutions have become something of a necessity, but a high-tech solution may bring a new … Continue reading

Will New Medical Research Unlock Treatments for Motorcycle Accident Victims?

Can this law speed up your personal injury case?

He was young, physically active, and a father when his whole world changed. Coming home from the gym, this man was riding his motorcycle when an elderly driver suddenly crossed four lanes of traffic. The car and motorcycle collided head-on, and despite wearing his safety gear, the young father was paralyzed from the abdomen down. … Continue reading

Are Baby Boomers Behind Rising Motorcycle Fatalities?

Local motorcyclists out at an event.

They are the generation of the ‘Easy Rider’, growing up in the 50’s and 60’s, baby boomers were partially defined by the motorcycle. These machines had been a symbol of the outlaw up until this point in history. It was then that the motorcycle became a part of the countercultural cool, and America’s largest generation … Continue reading

Are You Still Training to Be the Best Motorcycle Rider You Can Be?

Going out for a fall ride

The motorcycling season may be wrapping up, but that doesn’t mean that state safety officials are giving up trying to save lives. The Colorado Department of Transportation is ramping up its efforts to save motorcyclist’s lives a fall sets in and winter approaches. However, the big question still hangs in the air, will Coloradoans continue … Continue reading