If you ride a motorcycle then you already know it"s one of the greatest pleasures in life. There"s freedom, exhilaration and fun. You can get the performance of a supercar for fraction a of the price. But it can also be risky.
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Think about it. In a car, not only are you surrounded by aluminum and steel that is specially designed to absorb energy in the event of a crash, but you also have seatbelts and airbags to minimize and prevent injuries.
On a bike? You"re the crumple zone. And the only thing between you and the rest of the world is some thin pieces of leather, textile and a helmet.
No amount of protective motorcycle clothing can stop you from being injured in certain circumstances, but it can help reduce the severity of injury and may even save your life.
The following statistics are taken from a variety of sources and show that in the event of an accident, what the likely injuries will be to the various parts of your body.