With a fine motorbike in hand who would not have the tendency to race it and reach the speed to 100. It is fun right, riding bike fast and riding in the rain it sure is.
Motorcyclists are 35 times more likely to experience a deadly accident on the road than those in passenger cars
11 percent of all roadway accidents that occur in the United States involve motorcycles. Head injury is the leading cause of death in motorcycle crashes. A motorcyclist not wearing a helmet is 40 percent more likely to die of a head injury than one who wears a helmet.
A motorcyclist not wearing a helmet is 15 percent more likely to suffer a nonfatal injury than one who wears a helmet. It is estimated that helmets reduce the likelihood of a crash fatality by 37 percent.
Primary reasons for the motor bike accidents include bad weather conditions, ignoring traffic conditions, riding fast, vehicle defects, road defects and others. But whatever the reason behind the accident is fatal not only for the rider but also for the opposite person.