Glacier National Park

Best Tips -- From the Experience of Others:

Ride your own ride, not the ride of the person in front of you.

Look where you want to go, not where you don't want to go.

When you're not turning sharp enough, push harder on the inside handlebar.

Sight distance is everything-- including your life. If you cannot see potential road hazards before you get to to them, you are driving beyond your sight distance.

Rethink your concept of tailgating-- the crash is closer than you think.

Practice braking many times before you need to do it in an emergency.

Be aware that drivers of cars and trucks will look right at you and then pull out, or turn into, your path anyway.

When confronted with the possibility of a collision, always remember that if a crash ultimately occurs, your chances of survival are best if you have the least possible velocity at the point of actual impact. Slowing or braking early for potential danger does not have a downside.