Hello and Welcome!

To get here, you probably arrived via a link I mentioned in the Motorcycle Mentor Podcast or one of my books.

First off, thank you for following along. Your support means a lot.

Where Is It?

If you’re looking for the one-page Cheat Sheet for my book Motorcycle Smarts, you can download it here.

If you’re looking for the How to Avoid Most Lowside and Highside Crashes Guide, I no longer provide that in .pdf format due to copyright limitations.

However, I rebuilt this site in early 2024 to include much of what was in that guide. In other words, I’ve provided the contents here—along with some of my best tips from my other books. I thought it was the right thing to do.

The best place to learn about lowside and highside crashes is here.

Motorcycle Smarts Newsletter

Also, if you’re looking for the Motorcycle Smarts Tips Newsletter, I’ve pretty much included those tips on this website for easier consumption.

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The Motorcycle Smarts Book Series

Motorcycle Smarts

Book 1 in the Series.

“This is by far the best motorcycling book I have read. This book is very readable. I learned more of importance about motorcycling safely than I did in the two MSF courses I took.”
— L R Libsch on Amazon
Motorcycle Dream Ride

Book 2 in the Series.

“Very well-written book about a motorcycle journey from Alabama to Alaska and back. When reading the book, I felt like I was along on the journey. Good insight as to what to expect, but not too much detail to be cumbersome. Organization of the story and writer methods were appreciated.”
— Mary R. on Amazon
Motorcycle Hacks

Book 3 in the Series.

“I have been riding for 60 years and learned new things in this book. Notably, how lowsides and highsides are triggered, and look where you want to go, not where you don’t want to go. Must read for all riders!”
—James L. Clark on Amazon
About the Author

David Mixson writes about the topics other motorcycle books gloss over. He worked as a NASA engineer for over thirty years and is the author of three books.