Learning how to properly use the brakes on your motorcycle in an emergency situation can mean the difference between riding home or taking an ambulance to the hospital. One of the things you really need to learn early on in your motorcycling career is how to properly brake and especially how to properly do it in emergency situations. Here are some great articles that address this topic.
How to Improve Emergency Braking from Motorbike Writer
This article addresses emergency braking but it also goes into so much more. It discusses braking in simple and easy to understand language and is a must read for anyone who knows they need to improve their braking habits.
The Do's and Don'ts of Emergency Braking from RideApart
RideApart has several guidelines in the form of do's and don'ts about emergency braking. These short, declarative rules can really be easy to remember and make practicing the skills the article talks about easy to do. This is a smart article by a great website.
Motorcycle Safety - Emergency Braking from Ride My Own
This short article gives readers a good overview of emergency braking then goes into detail with some stats and ends with some statements about the need for practice. Practice makes perfect and the only way you're going to properly react in an emergency situation is if you practice braking properly.
Emergency Braking for Motorcyclist from Steve Munden
This is a surprisingly informative blog post from a small blog that really puts out good stuff. The section on motorcycling is robust and this specific article on emergency braking is rather long, though extremely helpful and informative. If you're looking for a good read with explanations this is the article for you.