Even skilled bikers are rarely eager to ride a “supersport” bike. Built for racing, supersport bikes leave no room for error. They are designed to provide instantaneous response to whatever type of input is given by its rider. Broward County individuals who mount a supersport bike may easily magnify their risk for fatal accidents exponentially.
Why NOT consider a supersport bike for an experienced rider?
- Supersport bikes don’t just provide speed and horsepower. Crazy amounts of power mean less control which doesn’t flow on a linear path of speed because they have a peaky power band.
- Lightweight flywheels make the supersport bikes very twitchy. Since their motors rev extremely fast which may lead to over-responses during throttle position, power bursts, and even uncontrolled wheelies.
- Riding positions are extreme and made for racetracks, not streets and highways. It makes it hard on the wrists and difficult for fine control inputs.
- Beefy brakes are likely to cause flips, lock up the wheels, and result in crashes and injury.
- Even the most experienced supersport pro-riders consider this a sport that is likely to cause serious injury and death.
Because motorcycles don’t provide the safety and security of seat belts, air bags, insulation, and structure of an automobile, they are incredibly vulnerable to mistakes made by other drivers. We’re used to blaming the motorcyclist, but in actuality, more than 2/3 of Florida motorcycle accidents are caused by the driver of the other vehicle.
If you have been in a motorcycle accident in South Florida and sustained a serious injury of any type, it is important to talk with an experienced South Florida Motorcycle Accident Attorney. Your attorney can help you prepare your paperwork to get you the compensation you desperately need and deserve.
Contact the Law Offices of David Benenfeld, a Broward County Motorcycle Accident Attorney, for a free legal consultation to determine if you have a case for an injury involved in a motorcycle, sportbike, or supersport bike accident. Call [number type=”2″] or [number type=”1″].