Someone is following too closely.
You will be slowing suddenly.
There is a stop sign ahead.
Your signals are not working.
All of the stopping power
Shift your weight quickly
Turn the handlebars quickly
Press the hand grip in the direction of the turn.
Press the hand grip in the opposite direction of the turn.
Relax on the hand grips
Shift your weight towards the good tire
Brake on the good tire and steer to the side of the road
Use both brakes and stop quickly
Make eye contact with the driver
Reduce speed and be ready to react
Maintain speed and position
Maintain speed and move right
Ride slower than the speed limit
Cover the clutch and the brakes
Shift into neutral when slowing
Pull in the clutch when turning
Occur at speeds greater than 35 mph
Happen at night
Are caused by worn tires
Involve riders who have less than two years experience on their bike.
Turn your head and shoulders to look through turnes
Keep your arms straight
Keep your knees away from the gas tank
Turn just your head and eyes to look through turns.
Accelerate out of the wobble
Use both brakes gently to stop
Grip the handlebars firmly and close the throttle slowly
Ride in the center of the lane
Pull off the road until the rain stops
Ride in the tire tracks left by cars
Increase your speed
Use the front brake only
Slow with back brake to avoid front wheel lock up
Throttle down and use the front brake
Use both brakes at the same time