Tips to  Safe Riding  in the Monsoon

The rains provide much-needed relief from the oppressive heat, and riders can’t take help but feel relieved when the temperatures drop and the roadways become more comfortable.

Here are a few Monsoon Riding tips to make riding in the monsoons more enjoyable.

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Always  Wear Waterproof Riding Gear

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Waterproof riding gear is a must during the monsoons since it keeps the rider dry while also providing optimum protection.

In addition, protective gear is a necessity during the monsoons since the risk of sliding rises.

A decent pair of gloves is necessary for all weather situations, but they are particularly essential when it rains. 


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A solid pair of gloves will provide you with the best grip on your wrist

Ventilated Helmets

Breathing into the helmet during rainfall may generate moisture. It may be avoided by proper ventilation of the helmet

Most decent helmets contain air vents that prevent moisture accumulation, which can obscure the rider’s vision and create glaring on the helmet, effectively blinding the rider to oncoming traffic

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Waterproof luggage

Riding in light rain is equivalent to standing in a storm, so never dismiss a rainstorm just by standing in it.

It is an Advice for riding during monsoons that Waterproof baggage is a must-have in this situation.

In such scenarios, it’s essential to safeguard not only yourself but also your stuff, such as your camera, lenses, clothing, and snacks.

While most four-wheelers have built-in danger lights, a considerable percentage of motorbikes do not.  On the other hand, installing these is a sensible move because it increases the likelihood of your bikes being seen in highly inclement weather, such as rain and storms

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