Learning to ride can is an education that never stops. Luckily, there are tons of avenues out there for you to learn how to ride. I strongly suggest taking a rider's safety course. It will show you the basics well, but it's also great to learn from books and other riders.
A dead battery can be a real pain in the but, especially if your bike doesn't have a kick starter. Sometimes you can push start your bike, but that's not ideal. There are several things you can do if your battery takes a dump on you. Here's a look at them.
Most beginner riders won't try to tackle much adventure riding, but with the popularity of the activity and the adventure and scrambler bikes always growing, It's worth knowing what to do if you find yourself on a dirt road with low traction. Luckily, with the right skills and strategy, you should be able to tackle a simple trail or two.
At some point in your motorcycle life, you're going to get caught in the rain. It's best to be prepared for it and know how to ride your motorcycle in the rain. There aren't any super-awesome master secrets. A few simple tips should help keep you safe.
Most new bikes have fuel injection but all of the bikes I've owned have had a carburetor. I've ridden fuel injected bikes, and honestly the idea of a fuel injected bike appeals to me very much but they're typically more expensive.
If you don't know the difference between fuel injected motorcycles and carbureted ones, it's time you learned. Check out the video below to learn the difference between these two fuel delivery systems.