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Risk Hierarchy: Information - Rider Ed - Driver Ed - Conspicuity - Bike Defect - Ultra-Defensive Riding - Crash Avoidance - Injury Mitigation - Crash Scene
Ultra-Defensive Riding - No-tabs version
Ultra-Defensive Riding - See the version with tabs
- Personal Ride Readiness Notes on your physical and mental readiness to ride your motorcycle.
- Strategies The strategies page outlines basic strategies and training for ultra defensive riding, and uses the MSF Scan - Evaluate - Execute cycle.
- Scan Plan - Visual aid for MSF SEE strategy notes This is an interactive graphic where you can click to see more about particular riding situations.
- Threat Matrix The SEE strategy operates at several tactical levels, from responding to a crash causation to routine maneuvers to move towards your destination to threat detection and analysis. This page summarizes the relationship between the various Scan - Evaluate - Execute objectives.
- Scan List: list of MSF SEE notes this is a text version of the scan plan notes.
- Strategy for Maneuvers This is just a list of links to articles on the execution of various on-road maneuvers.
- Group Riding as a Safety Strategy Some motorcycle riders choose to ride in groups, citing a safety benefit. Here's an overview.
- Strategy for Riding in Adverse Weather Bad weather poses many safety issues and demands its own set of riding strategies.
- Freeway and Restricted Access Highway riding, and Truck Issues In some ways freeway/motorway riding is safer than street and open highway riding, but it does pose its own set of challenges, including interacting with trucks.
- Animal Hazards - Deer and Other Animal Hazards. Deer and other animals cause over 200 biker deaths and well over 3000 crashes with injuries every year, according to our estimates. We offer some strategies for this difficult and unpredictable problem.