Riding a two-wheeler needs concentration, or you can say that concentration is the only critical skill required while riding. It is the only method to ride safely on any road, be it smooth or uneven.
Your concentration has to be seamless the entire time your bike is in motion. Even a momentary lapse can be costly and painful. To keep your focus intact, you should anticipate what’s coming ahead in your way, be it a shifting pattern of traffic or the next corner on a track. One of the most common causes of brain fade is thinking about something that caught you off guard or a mistake you just made. Even a small mistake is enough to distract you while on the go, don’t let this catch you out. Always remember, as long as you are riding the bike, your mind has to be awake, in action. Riding a motorcycle is a full-time activity, which doesn't forgive wandering attention.
There is a strong connection between mental fatigue and physical fatigue. If you want to maintain your mental concentration, you have to refrain from overtaxing yourself physically, as well. The simple tension in our muscles is one of the most significant physical exertions on the bike, which we often fail to understand. Pressure is one of those dangerous things that creep up unnoticed until we get off the bike and suddenly notice our numbed forearms, hands, and other body parts.