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Payson Rider Killed

By utahbikelaw |

The Salt Lake Tribune reported that on January 1, 2010 Karen Baker of Payson Utah was a passenger on a 2008 Harley driven by her husband in California. They were probably enjoying a beautiful ride starting off the new year right. The Baker motorcycle were fifth in line of a group of bikes when… Read More »

Group Ride Etiquette

By utahbikelaw |

So you want to ride in a group ride. You have never done this before, but you have seen the huge line of motorcycles on the highway and you have decided you would like to be a part of that kind of brotherhood. You have checked the internet and found a charity ride or… Read More »

Riding Complacent? Not Anymore.

By utahbikelaw |

Rode up to Salt Lake City today to celebrate my grand daughter’s 3rd birthday. Had a great time. On my way home on the Mountain View Corridor, I scared myself by being complacent while riding. I was cookin’ along at 65 mph, the posted speed limit with little traffic. I was thinking about what… Read More »

Motorcycle Touring

By utahbikelaw |

I love motorcycling – the open road, the sense of adventure, meeting new people, and freedom. We had no plans really except having to be in a certain town for the wedding of my nephew. Other than that we did not have to be anywhere at any certain time. We packed light and hit… Read More »

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