What will you do next?? The first almost always leads to bad outcomes. When things are uncertain it’s easy to react. Responding is smarter, it forces you to think about the action to take once you identify a hazard. It’s also easy to get into a rhythm of responding, to others’ actions and movements. HowContinue reading “React, Respond, Initiate”
I am perplexed at the mad rush motorcycle riders especially Bodas and couriers have on our mad roads. ‘Teke Teke Buda, nimechelewa’ ‘Hiyo order inafaa kufika in 15 minutes ‘ The rate of accidents resulting in death or disability from Motorcycles is rising. But no, these riders think that death is something you can comeContinue reading “Death! Issa just a scratch..”
Someone once told me that Kenyan drivers don’t feel like they are driving unless they are overtaking. I believe this applies to motorcyclists too. We have all experienced this and been guilty of it at some point. It’s our National pride, what’s the opposite of pride? Ah yes shame. Our National shame. Just a dayContinue reading “Overtaking on Kenyan Roads – An itch you can’t resist scratching!”
Is there a safe space for motorcyclists on our roads? The following is an excerpt from a conversation we had with Mimie below, who finished her rider training and bought her bike a few weeks ago. My first days of riding I got mixed reactions everywhere. When leaving home I dropped the bike because itContinue reading “I am NOT an organ donor”
We had the good fortune to be featured on Switch TV, check out the video below. Special thanks to JP Mersey and Wairimu for making time to be interviewed as well as our Lead Trainer Malibu. And Happy 2019 to our readers and subscribers. Ride Safe!