This study uses an adapted version of the Motorcycle Riding Behaviour Questionnaire (MRBQ) as the instrument to explore Safety Violations, Traffic Errors and Speeding as contributing factors in road crashes among young motorcyclists. The instrument was uploaded online using Google Forms and made accessible to anyone with the link. Purposive sampling was used along with the snowballing method to obtain participants within the 16 – 25-year-old age group who frequently ride motorcycles in Klang Valley. A total of 133 respondents participated in this online study. The results of this study found that the most frequently reported construct among young motorcyclists is Speeding. However, further analysis shows that the most frequently reported behaviour is crossing a junction while the traffic light is red, which falls under the Safety Violations construct, as reported by 52.6% of the young motorcyclists. Meanwhile, 42.7% of the young motorcyclists reported that they frequently exceed the speed limit on the motorway which falls under the Speeding construct. Logistic regression found Traffic Errors (e.g., missing “Give Way” signs and barely avoid colliding with traffic having the right of way) to be a significant predictor of crash involvement among young motorcyclists. Thus, when Traffic Errors increase by one unit, the odds for young motorcyclists to involve in road crash increase by a factor of 1.381. Based on the findings, it is imperative that enforcement activities be redesigned to ensure that young motorcyclists will reduce their behaviour of running red lights and exceeding the speed limit.