A yellow road sign with a motorcycle and the word Friend. Look twice.

Updated May 1, 2021

May is Motorcycle Awareness Month.

For a lot of riders in the U.S., the bike is coming out of the garage for the first time. After a long cold winter of not seeing us on the road, let’s all take a moment and remind motorists to please share the road with us.

Each of us owes it to our fellow motorcyclists to be goodwill ambassadors for the lifestyle. At the end of the ride, we go home to our spouses and kids. We are all just humans. Doesn’t matter how many wheels.

I’ve gathered a collection of Motorcycle Awareness Memes that you can share with your friends.

Click on an image to open it. You can share it to your social media feeds to help spread the message of safety.

Yellow diamond road sign themed graphic withe word FRIEND over a shilouette of a motorcycle.
Look for Motorcycles. Teach your kids to look for motorcycles like the old Slug Bug Game.
It's good to be seen. Look twice for motorcycles. Motorcyclist riding at night with reflective gear.
Hi Vis Gear and reflective striping helps to improve the chances that traffic will see you.
One Road Share it Motorcycle and Bicycle Awareness Month PSA.
Share the Road with all users.
Public Service Announcement from Florida Highway Patrol Share the Road Safety Meme
I Didn't See Him. Four Words to Avoid. Motorcycle Awareness Meme Featuring two bikers riding together.
Look Twice to Save a Life
A biker rides away on a road that curves off into the hilly tree covered distance with text in the top of the image.
I want to ride that road.
biker sitting on motorcycle leans over to kiss a toddler standing next to the bike. The text of the meme reads Please look Twice. Someone is Waiting for Me at Home.
Please look Twice for Motorcycles. Bikers are just people. We’re all just humans.
Motorcycle Awareness Meme aimed at reminding bikers to ride responsibly.
May is Motorcycle Safety Month. Please Ride Responsibly. You set an example that reflects on all Motorcyclists.
May is Motorcycle Awareness Month, Be Part of The Solution.
Please Watch out for Motorcycles. Do not Drive Distracted.
Motorcycle Safety Awareness Meme from New Jersey Division of Highway Traffic Safety
Why does it look like they are stopped on the wrong side of the road???
Motorcycle Awareness Month PSA with a Motorcycle approaching, pictured in the driver's side mirror.
Please be aware of your Blind Spots and check carefully before changing lanes.
PSA to encourage motorists to look twice for Motorcycles.
Please Look Twice.
Infographic Warning Triangle with motorcycle silhouette. Text in image reads - Put The Phone Down, Pass on the Triple Latte, and Please... Just Drive. Motorcycles Are Everywhere
Just Drive. Distracted Driving Kills.
Yellow road sign with silhouette of motorcycle and the word DAD.
Motorcyclists are just people. Same as you or I. They have lives, and families that expect them to come back home. Please do your part and watch out for Motorcycles.
Infographic Image of motorcycle sitting at traffic signal. Text reads - May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month. Motorcyclists: Ride Smart, Be Safe!
Motorcycle Safety starts with the Motorcyclist. Please Ride Responsibly. Your actions reflect on the opinions of motorists on all motorcyclists.
Inforgraphic - Featuring a silhouette of motorcycle. Made to look like a No Parking Sign. Text reads - Look Twice Save a Life.
Please Look Twice.
Bright Yellow backgwound with single color Black image of sportbike and rider entering a turn. Text reads - Watch Out For Motorcycles. Arrive Alive.
Please Watch Out for Motorcycles.
Infographic of approaching motorcycle with sunset in background. Text reads - LOOK for Motorcycles. See and Be Seen.
Please Look for Motorcycles.
Man wearing safety green tee shirt from behind. Text on shirt reads " Can You See Me Now?"
Can You See Now? Yes. I can. I like these shirts.
Asphalt road next to scenic river. A motorcycle is approaching. The text in this infographic reminds motorists to show support by sharing the road with motorcyclists.
May is Motorcycle Awareness Month. Please Watch out for Motorcycles.
Black and white photo of an infant. The text of this infographic reminds motorists that where you see a biker, this baby sees his grandpa.
Please Share the Road.
A man with a bandaged leg stump sits in a wheelchair holding two yellow signs that read Watch for Motorcycles.
Doing his part to make the roads safer for you and I.

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Two motorcycles approaching in a turn on asphalt roadway. The text reminds motorists to watch out for motorcycles because they do not have airbags and crumple zones.
Please Watch out for motorcycles.
A vintage postcard style infographic featuring Uncle Sam wearing a motorcycle helmet. I want you to watch out for motorcycles.
I want you to watch out for motorcycles and so does Uncle Sam.
A yellow road sign with a motorcycle and the word Friend. Look twice.
We come in Peace. Take me to your Dealer.
A biker approaches on a lonely desert road. Text of this infographic reminds motorists to Respect My Space, Respect My Life.
Share the Road.
A rider on a sport bike. The text of this infographic reminds motorists to share the road and look twice for motorcyclists.
Share The Road with Motorcyclists.
Infographic featuring a vintage motorcycle with text. Help save a biker... Open your f*cking eyes!
Pay Attention.
Photo of illuminated road construction sign that reads, Please Share The Road.
A friendly reminder to Please Share The Road. Tell your friends.
Infographic made to look like an embroidered bikes leather. Road Rash is a Preventable Disease. Ride Aware.
Please Ride Aware.
An infographic with double yellow line on asphalt. Text reads Bikes Make Lousy Speed Bumps. Drive Aware.
Please look for the single light. Look twice for Motorcycles.
A long straight, uphill section of road, with a motorcycle convoy of at least 100 bikes is approaching. The text reads, Please keep in mind that if you ever see a group of bikers like this, we are likely riding for charity or escorting the fallen. Your patience on the road is appreciated while we complete our mission.
Bikers do much in support of their communities by holding group rides. Please watch out for groups of motorcycles and share the road.
Motorcyclist approaching in vehicle mirror. Text on bottom of mirror reads, Objects in mirror are more vulnerable than they appear.
Please watch out for motorcycles. Motorcycle Safety depends on all of us.
High Contast Infographic. White background with black. May is Motorcycle Awareness Month. Look Twice, save a life. A silhouette a motorcycle and a motorcyclist. of
Please Share the Road. Look Twice Save A Life.
Picture of driver's side car mirror, with Honda Goldwing approaching in the mirror. Text above and below the image Look Twice - Save a Life! Share the Road with Motorcycles. May Motorcycle Awareness Month
Please Share the Road with Motorcycles.
Inforgraphic. A motorcyclist stands to the left, dark background to the right. Bright Text on a dark background, 4 Deadly Words: "I didn't see him"
Please look twice for bikes.
Inforgraphic. Bright Orange Background with large white text, Are You A Looker? Black text, smaller font, Keep an eye out of r Motorcyclists. They're looking out for you.
Motorcycle Safety depends on you. Please Share the Road.

Please check back. I will add more motorcycle Awareness Infographics as I find them.

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