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Could You Pass an MSF Test? (Quiz)

Jan 5, 2019 3:00:00 PM / by RumbleOn Road Captain

How well do you know your motorcycle safety?

Nothing compares to long rides when the roads are open and traffic-free. While enjoying the ride and nature around me is one of my priorities, my number one concern is safety, and it should be for everyone. Many wrecks can be avoided just by knowing the basic safety procedures and how to navigate the situation and your bike. They don’t make us take the classes and get licenses just for fun, ya know? Staying safe is a civic duty to those around you, not just yourself.    

While I won’t beat you over the head with an MSF book and make you read it word-for-word, you should at least check out the quiz below and see if you need to brush up on some of the basic motorcycle safety knowledge. Once you've aced the test, leave a comment below and let us know how you did!

 
 
 

So? How'd you do? Leave a comment and tell me your score, then share  on social media to see how safe your friends are riding on the road.

 


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Topics: Quizzes, Motorcycles, The Brain Bucket

RumbleOn Road Captain

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