Puerto Rico Riding


In Feb. 2008, Puerto Rico instated some new laws regarding motorcycle riding. They just enstated the helmet law. Along with pants, boots & gloves. 6:00 PM - 6:00 AM the rider must also wear reflective vest or strap.
It is difficult to find any shops out there for the riding needs. About a year ago there were around 38 shops. Due to competition there are only about 4. The best that I have found was Power Cycles Inc 787-889-1760.
Also, the popular bikes there are the Hayabusa & scooters. Yes, scooters. Don't be fooled about the scooters though. There are some out there that have been juiced up & run upwards of 200 mph.
It is a gorgeous ride through Puerto Rico though. Just have to watch yourself going through the Rain Forest. The rain, the tight twisties & the few inconsiderate drivers can make the ride pretty rough.
Highly recomend the ride though.

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Never ride a motorcycle in

Never ride a motorcycle in Puerto Rico...you got to be crazy with those 3rd world drivers. An the road conditions? The worst I've ever seen.

locorider (not verified)
Puerto Rico

Yea, we are crazy. I ride to work almost everyday on my XL600V Transalp. But it is not that bad. And no, we may seem, but we are not a 3rd world country.

You need to ride in Mexico City, NYC or Los Angeles and I'll tell you that's crazy!

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