Riding Technique & Safety

State of Mind

Essay by NER co-founder Bob Fesmire. “I have this thing I do when I get on the bike. I stop and take an inventory of how I am feeling –am I OK to ride, is my mind in the present?”

The Pace

The Pace focuses on bike control and de-emphasizes outright speed. Full-throttle acceleration and last minute braking aren’t part of the program, effectively eliminating the two most common single-bike accident scenarios in sport riding.

The Pace 2.0

Updated article by Nick Ienatsch, published in CycleWord, Aug 2013. “[…] 20 years later. The Pace’s message continues to ring true in many ways but I want to review and strengthen the best of the message and make ammendments to the worst.”

Accident Scene Management Training

The purpose of the Bystander Assistance Program “A Crash Course for the Motorcyclist” is to enhance survival rates and reduce severity of injuries for the injured riders of motorcycles. A great article reviewing this class is at: https://ridermagazine.com/2016/09/01/a-crash-course-for-the-motorcyclist-accident-scene-management/