Target Fixation

Jul 15, 2012 View Comments by

Target fixation is a term I’m sure everyone is familiar with. It originated in Word War II as a means to help pilots avoid crashing during strafing runs. Applied to motorcycling, it basically means that your motorcycle tends to go wherever you focus your attention. If you approach a turn and stare at the shoulder, […]

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The Road Often Traveled: Rage Against The Machines

Apr 08, 2012 View Comments by

“Holding on to anger is like grasping a hot coal with the intent of throwing it at someone else; you are the one who gets burned.” – Siddharta The quote applies directly to motorcycle riding. Last Thursday was a beautiful day for late March here in southeastern Pennsylvania. I had an appointment with my optometrist […]

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