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Touring advice: Traffic laws in Italy

James Mostyn, 09 July 2009 11:02

Italy has some breath-taking roads, especially in the Alpine regions. Every rider should ride the Stelvio Pass at least once, but wait till it's warm as snow can close the higher passes. Here are some key facts and laws you should know before you travel. • Fines are particularly heavy for speeding• Use of dipped headlights during the day compulsory.• The registration certificate must state that the ...

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Touring advice: Traffic laws in Germany

James Mostyn, 09 July 2009 10:55

A road trip to Germany can be excellent fun, before you set off you should be aware of the laws regarding the roads. This list isn't exhaustive but it should help you spend more time riding and less time talking to the police. • UK licence holders must be 18 or over to ride a temporarily imported motorcycle• The blood alcohol level is ...

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Touring advice - Traffic laws in Spain

James Mostyn, 04 June 2009 14:42

Spain has some of the best roads in Europe. Every rider should visit it at least once, especially during the colder months where the climate can allow year-round riding in leathers. Here are some key facts and laws you should know before you travel. • UK licence holders must be 18 or over to ride a temporarily imported motorcycle (over 75cc)• Use ...

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Touring advice - Traffic laws in France

James Mostyn, 04 June 2009 14:34

A road trip to France can be excellent fun, before you set off you should be aware of the laws regarding the roads. This list isn't exhaustive but it should help you spend more time riding and less time talking to the Police. • EU driving licence holders that exceed the speed limit by over 40 km/h will have their licenses confiscated ...

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Touring advice: 10 ways to prep your bike for touring

James Mostyn, 29 May 2009 16:52

10 Ways to prep your bike for touring • Ensure tyre pressures are as recommended in the owner’s handbook. • Set the suspension for the correct weight according to the handbook. • Check the tread on both tyres, particularly the rear. • Don’t overload your bike; check the manual for the maximum weight. • Put your heaviest items as near the centre as possible. • Balance ...

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