Proper gear is essential to safe riding. Wearing the right clothing always makes the sport more enjoyable and more comfortable, too.
Always fasten the helmet strap. If the helmet is not secured, it is doing about as much good as if it were on the shelf at home.
Make sure your eye protection is clean and unscratched. If you use a tinted lens or shield for riding in the bright sunlight, have a clear one along as well, in case you are riding after dark.
Motorcycle jackets are made in many sturdy materials: denim, nylon in its various guises, corduroy, and leather.
These should be made of a thick material, such as denim or cordu¬roy. They resist abrasion and provide protection from the elements.
Always wear gloves. Even on a hot day. The car in front of you may throw up a stone that hits your fingers. Ouch!
Over-the-ankle boots, please. Preferably made of strong leather. Your ankles are very complicated; protect them.
It rains everywhere in this country, some places more than others. Inevitably you will be caught out in the rain. Why not have a good motorcycle rain suit along, with rain-covers for boots and gloves as well?
The better people see you the less likely they are to run into you. Bright, light clothing is preferable to wear than dark clothing.
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Pastor Peter Driver 083 648 2128
Secretary Paula Bester
Office number 021 982 2303 / 0690 / 8195
CMA Cape Town
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Secretary Thea de Lange 072 949 6133
Office number 021 982 2303
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