Talk To The Hand

‘The biker wave’ is as old as motorcycles. Also known as hand signals, these are believed to be a part of etiquettes among riders which root back to 1904 when Harley-Davidson partners Arthur Davidson and William Harley passed each other and waved. It was noted by a passerby, who passed it on to other riders, and today, the whole motorcycle fraternity follows it.

Motorcycle Signals

If you are a new motorcyclist, or riding in a group for the first time, mug up the waves so that you can communicate with other riders while driving.

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