Motorcyclists love this time of the year. The worst of the summer heat is behind us in most locations and riding hours are plenty. You might think the end of summer is not the time to be concerned about heat exhaustion. Labor Day weekend is our last summer date before fall specials and Halloween candy sales. It’s easy to think of the end of summer as the end of heat injury symptoms. Though heat exhaustion usually happens in the hot sunny climates, sports doctors have found there are many other factors that cause unnecessary risk to sports enthusiasts. Read more here.