How do you feel
about lane sharing
Don’t get mad or resentful.
Cars provide a comfortable,
protected, climate controlled
Given the size ratio between cars
and motorcycles, lane sharing is
a legitimate action with benefits
for both cars and bikes.
Amount of hours Americans spend in traffic in
Top of Class MSC
Personally witnessed a
near tragic accident
involving a close friend.
Over a decade behind
the wheel and handle
Take a moment to realize how much
time and stress could be avoided if we
added an HOV like lane for motorcycles.
Unlikely-hood of an
accident by lane
Stress on local
exceeds that of a car
Think This looks bad? Imagine taking away 2 wheels, the
magnesium alloy roll cage, 8 of 8 airbags, and traction control.
Lane sharing has the potential to save lives.
18,000 injuries could be avoided if lane sharing was
implemented in all off the united states.
84% of riders who have engaged in lane sharing
have never had contact with another vehicle.
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With more congested roadways, you can see just how much
room motorcycles have to utilize as a lane between cars.
$750 per person in wasted fuel and productivity due to traffic
congestion in recent years. In 1982 it was $290 per person in
contrast (adjusted for inflation)
15-70 hours a year
stuck in traffic.
Just as people choose
their vehicle based on
MPG, soon they will
chose motorcycles based
Motorcycles are no wider
than a persons
There is more than
enough room if you
consider the size relation.
In fact, Motorcycles take
less space in between
cars than cars take in
their own lanes!
Motorcycles can easily maneuver through the most
congested traffic jams without putting others at risk.
2:1 reduction in
collisions in states
where lane sharing is
What would you do?
Sitting at congested red lights feels
unbearable at times.
Imagine the sweltering heat sufficating you
with hot engines running all around you...
Lane Sharing, lets commit to being altruistic and
reap the rewards of smoother traffic.
Wouldn’t it seem a bit selfish to deny them the use of
a perfectly suitable lane of travel? Let’s all do our
part to open up our roadways