Pay attention to potholes, uneven pavement, and road cracks, especially in areas with poor maintenance.
Be wary of spills or patches of loose gravel, which can cause loss of traction.
Watch for wildlife, especially in rural areas, and be prepared to brake or swerve safely.
Rain, fog, or sudden wind gusts can significantly impact visibility and road conditions.
Be cautious around cars with drivers on their phones, eating, or not paying attention.
Watch out for speeding vehicles, tailgaters, and those making risky maneuvers.
Be aware of your position in relation to other vehicles' blind spots, especially large trucks and buses.
Before each ride, perform a quick inspection of your motorcycle's tire pressure, brakes, lights, and fluid levels. Listen for any unusual noises or vibrations while riding.
Don't overestimate your skills or ride beyond your comfort zone. Take breaks when you're tired, and avoid riding under the influence of alcohol or drugs.