"Dress for the slide, not the ride" nghĩa là gì?
"Dress for the slide, not the ride" = mặc để ngã, không phải để đi -> câu phương châm trong giới chạy moto, là hãy luôn mặc đồ bảo hộ (đề phòng tai nạn) chứ đừng mặc đẹp hay thoải mái.
When Hauck first started to ride in 2002, she was able to “dress for the slide not the ride,” wearing abrasion-resistant (chống xước da) nylon riding pants and jacket, boots and gloves and a full helmet when on her Honda Gold Wing touring cruiser.
This isn't a barely-there glove, however, as there's padding (miếng lót) on the outer three fingers and the palm; dress for the slide, not the ride! Other details include touchscreen-compatible fingertips, a soft nose wipe for when you get the sniffles mid-climb, and a hook-and-loop strap at the cuff.
"When you're doing a sport like this, you need to dress for the slide, not the ride, 'cause you never know what's going to happen," Rhodes said. According to the CDC, in 2014, there were 56,800 traumatic (đau buồn) brain injury-related deaths in the U.S. More than 2,000 were among children.
Brown had just one more piece of advice. "Dress for the slide, not the ride,” Brown said. The Twin Falls Sheriff's Office will also be holding their annual safety class June 7-9th at Magic Mountain.
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