Tips for Safe Bike Riding

Safe bike riding is always important and bikers are looking for different approaches to improve their own safety. Helmets are considered as the most significant step for the safety. However, riding in control as the second step should not be ignored.

Controlled riding can prevent crashes as well as keep all bikers themselves and others safe on the road. It is quite dangerous when there is no control of riding, which can lead to serious injury and crashes to all of them on the road.

Biking in mountainous areas is never an easy job. However adventurous you are, it’s important to keep in mind the limits and safety.

Safe Bike Riding

Take these steps into consideration to keep yourself safe on roads and avoid unnecessary dangers to happen.

  • Wear safety: Make sure to put on a helmet as well as other safety equipment.
  • Know Your Abilities: It’s good to know your capabilities and does not try to ride beyond what you can do on the trails.
  • Prepare Appropriate Equipment: Make sure to have appropriate equipment suitable for your own bike as some can be good but might not work well on your bike.
  • Control the Speed: Always ensure the speed at an appropriate level which can let you flexibly adjust to unexpected situations or obstacles on the trails.
  • Understand The Trail: Do not go beyond the limitation on the unfamiliar trails. Ride properly slowly to get yourself used to the trail before speeding up the level of the trails that you are familiar with.
  • Pay attention to Blind Corners: Make sure to reduce your speed at corners as you can’t see who or what is around.
  • Stop then Look: Stop at challenging sections and then look out carefully before riding.
  • Plan forehead for crashes: It’s important to look at crashing consequences at some particular sections before you ride through. For example, some sections look quite easy to get through, but actually, the crash can lead to deadly consequences.
  • Practice makes perfect: Get yourself used to stunts and obstacles by practicing riding in less dangerous and difficult situations before pushing to more dangerous ones.
  • Play Smart: Understand your instincts and trust your ability to make it the best you can.

Thanks for reading and we hope you all a Safe Bike Riding around Vietnam.

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