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OVERCOMING FEAR

about it, what is the biggest cause of fear when riding? Fear is an unpleasant and usually strong emotion based on the anticipation of danger. Our bodies react automatically to this perception of danger and try to protect us, but when we ride motorcycles, our reactions often cause more harm than good. Keith Code, author of the renowned books, calls these “survival reactions.” There are seven survival reactions, as listed in . They are 1) rolling off

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