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Książką "Understanding Motorcyclists" na podstawie naszych pilotażowych badań. Na razie tylko po angielsku.

Emil Samson, członek naszego stowarzyszenia właśnie wydał książkę "Understanding motorcyclists” based on „Pilot MotoSurvey 2011/2012”. Jest to opracowanie badań pilotażowych jakie Emil prowadził jeszcze jako student na ponad 200 motocyklistach (w tym motocyklistki:). Jak Emil wyliczył, żeby badania nie były pilotażowe potrzebne jest prawie 17 000 osób jeżdzących motocyklami.

Książka na razie jest tylko w języku Angielskim, ale Emil postara się przetłumaczyć jej część w ciągu przyszłego roku, ale biorąc pod uwagę, że napisanie tej zajęło mu 5 lat, możemy trochę poczekać;) Kawałki przetłumaczonej książki przy dobrych wiatrach ukażą się na różnych portalach. Jak Emil sam mówi "mam masę pracy i kilka projektów do skończenia (takich hobbistyczych) oraz te za które mam kasę do tego potrzebuję też trochę moto-rozrywki w życiu" i to w prosty sposób tłumaczy dlaczego jeszcze nie ma polskiej wersji oraz czemu opracowanie zajęło, aż 5 lat.

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Table of content for: Understanding motorcyclists” based on „Pilot MotoSurvey 2011/2012”    
full book can be downloaded from: emilsamson.com 
In full version of the book you can find answers to each question in table of content. By each question there is page number where you can find detailed description of the question and answer. Also recommendation can be found there.    
T I T L E    P A G E
Welcome page    3
Copyrights Terms:    15
Why research motorcyclists?    16
Sample data    18
Q 1. Do motorcyclists ride risky? No. More specific 94% don’t.    20
Q 2. If they ride risky, how many of them ride risky? 6%    21
Chance for taking part in accident to Risky Motorcycle Behavior Scale:    22
Q 3. Is there dependency between riding motorcycle, happiness and sexual activity? Yes.    24
Motorcyclists who ride more risky tend to take more risk in everyday life and have sex more often. But there is not enough data on the 6% riding too risky.
Q 4. Riding motorcycle gives motorcyclists happiness.    30
Q 5. Do motorcyclists like riding fast?    32
RISKY MOTORCYCLE BEHAVIOR SCALE explained    33
Q1 RMBS. Risky 9. I ride motorcycle as fast as weather conditions allows me to.    34
Q2 RMBS. Risky 9. I ride motorcycle as fast as my skills allow me to.    36
Q3 RMBS. Risky 9.    37
I gladly ride between two vehicles that are going over 120 km/h (74.5 mph).
Q4 RMBS. Risky 9. I like riding fast.    38
Q5 RMBS. Risky 9. Riding motorcycle fast gives me more happiness then slow ride.    39
Q6 RMBS. Risky 9. On full throttle I overtake line of cars that are going close to each other.    40
Q7 RMBS. Risky 9. I overtake when I see that I will fit in to space between car that I am overtaking and car coming on opposite line, even if there is solid line.    41
Q8 RMBS. Risky 9. I overtake on cross roads.    42
Q9 RMBS. Risky 9. I overtake up the hill.    43
RMBS RISKY ILLEGAL 8    44
Risky illegal 8 consists of eight road behaviors that are illegal.
Q10 RMBS. Risky Illegal 1/8. I gladly race with other on traffic lights.    44
Q11 RMBS. Risky Illegal 2/8. I gladly race with others in traffic.    45
Q12 RMBS. Risky Illegal 3/8. When I squeeze among cars I try to reach top speed.    46
Q13 RMBS. Risky Illegal 4/8. I overtake on solid line (in situation where you ride on opposite direction traffic line, despite there is solid line).    47
Q14 RMBS. Risky Illegal 5/8. During fast riding I do NOT look in the mirrors.    48
Q15 RMBS. Risky Illegal 6/8. Do you think you ride faster then Highway Code says?    48
Q16 RMBS. Risky Illegal 7/8. In city I ride faster then Highway Code says.    49
Q17 RMBS. Risky Illegal 8/8. Outside the city I ride faster then Highway Code says.    51
RISKY LEGAL 10    52
Risky Legal 10 consists of 10 legal road behaviors that might be considered risky due to lack of proper skill or lack of knowledge or proper road behavior of other road users.
Q18 RMBS. Risky Legal 10. I squeeze between cars whenever possibility arises.    52
Q19 RMBS. Risky Legal 10. I always look for ways to never be stuck in traffic jam (do you always try to find the way to filter between cars and pass beside other obstacles).    53
Q20 RMBS. Risky Legal 10. Without problem I filter among two large heavy trucks if there is enough space.    53
Q21 RMBS. Risky Legal 10. Riding in rain is for me pleasurable challenge. (means: I am not afraid to ride in rain, I like challenge made by wet road and falling drops on windshield of my helmet).    54
Q22 RMBS. Risky Legal 10. I like riding on motorcycle in rain.    55
Q23 RMBS. Risky Legal 10. I like riding between cars in traffic.    56
Q24 RMBS. Risky Legal 10. I overtake on solid line in traffic jam.    56
Q25 RMBS. Risky Legal 10. On the traffic lights I always place myself between cars, I don't wait “in long line” like cars. (Even if you have to stay or have to cross solid line on the traffic lights)    57
Q26 RMBS. Risky Legal 10. I overtake when I see that I have enough room between car that I am overtaking and cars going from opposite direction, when there is dotted line.    58
Q27 RMBS. Risky Legal 10. I like riding between cars in traffic because it gives me adrenaline.    58
6 LEGAL RISK PREVENTIONS    59
6 Legal Risk Preventions describes behavior of the motorcyclists that reduces chance for accident.
Q28 RMBS. 6 Legal Risk Preventions. I ride in motorcycle clothing.    59
Q29 RMBS. 6 Legal Risk Preventions. I systematically service motorcycle breaks (change of liquids, pads, discs).    60
Q30 RMBS. 6 Legal Risk Preventions. When I filter between cars I keep safe speed.    61
Q31 RMBS. 6 Legal Risk Preventions. I slow down before cross road even if I have right of way and on this crossing road other cars are waiting.    61
Q32 RMBS. 6 Legal Risk Preventions. I slow down before every traffic lights cross roads even if I have green light.    62
Q33 RMBS. 6 Legal Risk Preventions. I use indicators before I change line or direction.    63
THE END OF RMBS QUESTIONS    64
REST OF THE SURVEY    64
1. Gender of motorcyclists who ride fast motorcycles:    64
2. Age distribution in MotoSurvey2011/2012.    65
3. Experience in riding motorcycle and chance for accident.    67
4. Motorcycles used by participants.    71
4.1 Motorcycle brand.    71
4.2. ccm3 – capacity of motorcycles used by participants.    71
4.2.1 Power of motorcycles used by participants – Horse Power.    71
4.3. Type of motorcycle.    72
4.4. Year that motorcycles were made in.    72
5. Relationships, sex and kids.    73
5.1 Relationship type or being single.    73
5.2 Relationship length.    74
5.3 Intercourse frequency – how often motorcyclists have sex.    75
5.4. Parents. How many motorcyclists have kids. 26,92%    76
6. How many had motorcycle accident. 48,08% of participants of the survey. Which equals 6,87% a year while country average is 0,23% per year.    77
7. How many motorcyclists took part in accident that someone else caused.    78
8. How many motorcyclists took part in accident by they own fault. 34,62%    79
8.1 What was the reason of accident by fault of the motorcyclist or slippery surface. Share of accidents from riders that were involved in accident.    79
8.2 What was the reason of accident on slippery surface/road.    81
9. TIRES    82
9.1 What tires motorcyclists use on their motorcycles.    82
9.2 Tires brand preferences.    83
9.3 How many motorcyclist know that tire brand has influence on their safety on motorcycle. 72,12%    84
10. Type of protective clothing that motorcyclists use.    85
11. Helmet.    88
11.1. What motorcyclists take in to consideration when buying motorcycle helmet.    88
11.2. What helmet attests motorcyclists know.    92
11.3. How many of the participants bought helmet first time.
12. Awareness that body protectors are important elements that increase safety of motorcyclists.    94
13. I am aware that I can take part in accident because I ride motorcycle .    94
14. I think that most of car drivers don't know Highway Code rules about motorcycles.    94
15. Do car drivers position they cars to make it easy for motorcyclist to filter?    95
16. RACE TRACK.    96
16.1. How many Polish motorcyclists go to race track?    96
16.2. Where Polish motorcyclists go to race track?    96
16.3 Would motorcyclist ride slower if race tracks were more available (right distance and price)?    97
16.4. How far from their home race track has to be to attract motorcyclists?    98
16.5. How much motorcyclists are ready to pay for race track day?    99
17. How many motorcyclists ride all year? 20,19%.    100
18. Do motorcyclists feel fear while filtering (riding between cars)?    101
19. Style of riding – according to they own opinion.    101
How many motorcyclists think that they are riding risky and what is their style of riding?
19.1 Rest of opinion on style of riding. Fast (more then Highway Code says): 76,44%    103
20. To what motorcyclists use motorcycle?    103
21. To what motorcyclists use motorcycle? Other answers written by riders.    104
Some other notes:    
“Who kills motorcyclists” article from 2010.    108
List of researches that were useful for creation of research and report    110
Some of my quotes    111

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