Week of June 26, 2017 – Motorcycle SafetyI must confess that when it comes to motorcycles, I am far from being a subject-matter expert. As amatter of fact, outside of being a passenger on a motorcycle, my experience is quite limited;although I must admit, going 80 mph on California’s Pacific Coast Highway, with the Ocean’sbreeze flowing through my hair (obviously a long, long, long time ago) was a rush. So lacking trueexpertise, I turned to an article from a Consumers Report Story written in April 2013. The followingis based on information found in this commentary.Yes, motorcycles are fun and fuel efficient. But the reality is they are also way more dangerous thana car. The cold fact is, according to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), motorcyclistsare 30 times more likely to die in a crash than people in a car. And nearly half of all motorcycledeaths are the result of single-vehicle crashes.Today we see older people, who are either first time riders or returning to moto...