California is full of amazing motorcycle routes along the coast. The Sunshine State is a great state for avid bike riders, with warm weather all year long and fantastic scenery. But with all the amazing rides throughout the state, it’s easy to hop on your hog and forget about the important measures you should take to be a little safer on your bike prevent injuries.
Here at the Law Office of Daniel J. O’Neill we have seen how a motorcycle accident can disrupt a person’s life and want to help faithful riders be a littler safer on your motorcycles the next time you take a ride. We are giving away the following item that is known for their craftsmanship and their safety features:
HJC Solid CL-17 Full Face Motorcycle Helmet
This helmet, which retails at $144.99, is well-reviewed and renowned for its safety and good coverage. A good helmet is imperative when it comes to ensuring your safety while on your motorcycle.
Simply fill out this form and you will be entered into win the helmet. Best of luck and happy riding!
*The gear giveaway is open to legal residents within the United States. Entrants must be 18 years or older to win. Provided safety advice may be used on the the website, but personal information provided is for the giveaway and will not be used for marketing or promotional purposes. Your email will only be used to contact you about the giveaway and will not be sold to third parties.
This giveaway has closed
Anyone 18 or over can enter the giveaway. We may use your safety advice on our website in the future, but will only add your name to it with your permission. We will only use your email to contact you about the giveaway and will not spam you and sell your email address to third parties.
We’ll notify the winners on March 31, 2017, and will ask for their preferred size for the item they won.
Gary hull says
Staying safe on a bike? No one simple answer, for starters if your fourty years old have little experience and think you need a new Harley. Buy yourself a cheap dirt bike first and learn not to crash. Riding a big street sled ain’t for newbies. Don’t ride with street racers you all will pay. Look behind when at stops, be prepared to get if the vehicle behind invades your space. Mirrors mirrors mirrors, if you can only see your shoulder your are no good. Check tire pressure if your bike has not ridden in two weeks, mine lose air. Tread too. Only haul a passenger that gets it no squid on back. Way too much to list here, but finally only check out your bikes top speed capability on deserted straight flat or down hill roads preferably in the vineyards where deer fence lines the road. With the wind and radar detector on.