Riding with a group of friends appeals to many riders and is an activity that can enhance your
motorcycling experience. Riding a motorcycle by nature is a solitary activity, but riding with
others will bring benefits such as:
However, riding with a group that has not developed any group guidelines can be a most
unpleasant experience and potentially dangerous:
It is critical to your safety that you ride your own ride. Don't try to keep up with a group that rides beyond your comfort or skill level. Don't become preoccupied with riders behind you.
Riding responsibly, within your limits, and with careful regard to your safety and the safety of others will win you the respect of those you're riding with. Don't allow peer pressure, ego, pride, or stupidity push you beyond your comfort level.
If you a ride co-ordinator click here for a copy of my guide document
At a minimum read this document on First Aide but better to get still do the St John's course.