ConsumerAffairs.com ConsumerAffairs.com is a consumer news and reviews company, much like Consumer Reports, except all of the content is free for anyone to access. They recently created a guide outlining what to look for when purchasing motorcycle insurance. It compares some of the top insurance companies and features verified consumer reviews of them. They don't endorse any of the companies, the guide is continuously being updated with more reviews, and is always free to access.
Motorcycle Safety Foundation 

The Motorcycle Safety Foundation® is the internationally recognized developer of the comprehensive, research-based, Rider Education and Training System (RETS). RETS curricula promotes lifelong-learning for motorcyclists and continuous professional development for certified RiderCoaches(SM) and other trainers. MSF also actively participates in government relations, safety research, public awareness campaigns and the provision of technical assistance to state training and licensing programs. The Motorcycle Safety Foundation is a national, not-for-profit organization sponsored by BMW, BRP, Ducati, Harley-Davidson, Honda, Kawasaki, KTM, Piaggio, Polaris Motorcycles, Suzuki, Triumph and Yamaha.

Motorcycle Safety Training Center

MSTC is for people with little or no experience riding motorcycles and those with hundreds of hours, who want to learn how to ride better and safer. We provide just about everything you need from training motorcycles to a safe, state-of-the-art practice course.

Helmet Laws by State

Motorcycle helmet laws vary widely among the states and have changed a lot in the past half a century. Currently, 19 states and the District of Columbia have laws requiring all motorcyclists to wear a helmet, known as universal helmet laws. Laws requiring only some motorcyclists to wear a helmet are in place in 28 states. There is no motorcycle helmet use law in three states (Illinois, Iowa and New Hampshire). 

 Group Rides Suggestions (PDF) This guide is intended to cover the fundamentals of group riding. It is by no means a definitive source of information on the subject. Courtesy of New England Riders