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Ride Guide

Harley-Davidson® suggests that each chapter "Ride and have fun!" We take this one step further by doing it safely.

Learning to Ride

  • Rider's Edge®

  • Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF)

Group Riding

Riding in a group offers a different experience on a motorcycle, but requires a slightly differnt set of skills. The following are some tips on group riding:

  • Drinking and driving never mix. This is especially true when participating in a group ride.
  • Make sure your motorcycle is in good operating condition. A tire failure during a group ride could be catastrophic.
  • Being too hot or too cold can also affect how alert you are as a driver. Be sure to pack appropriate protective clothing, such as a long-sleeve cotton shirt (for protection from the sun), helmet, eye protection, leather jacket, gloves, etc.
  • A group of motorcycles is not considered a single vehicle. Be courteous and allow cars to enter and exit the highway and change lanes. Generally speaking, a car will not want to ride in the middle of a group of motorcycles and will get out of the group as quickly as possible.
  • Arrive to participate in a group ride with a full tank of gas.

 

 

 

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