- When riding 4-lane highways and wide 2-laners, staggered formation is used. When riding narrow roads and roads without
shoulders, single formation is used.
- Riders will point out road hazards to the riders behind them.
- Riders will use hand and turn signals since not all riders have CB communications.
- You are responsible for the rider behind you. When you make a turn, the rider behind you must be able to see you
turn. If necessary, slow down or even stop if necessary. The use of this rule will ensure that no one gets lost or
- Maintain an even formation. Large gaps in formation should not exist. There should not be room enough for a car
to merge into the group easily. However, if a car does try to squeeze into the formation, allow it to occur since
we'll lose him eventually.
- When coming to a stop (stop sign or traffic light) riders will pull up two-by-two to reduce the group space needed
and to be able to pull away from the stop at a quicker pace. When pulling away from a stop, pull out one-at-a-time.
- Group leaders, Tail Gunners, and Communications riders will keep the Ride Leader informed of group status on the
- No passing is permitted in formation.
- Any riders wishing to leave the group must notify the Ride Leader; otherwise, be where you are supposed to be in
- Any problems or concerns should be reported to the Ride Leader.
- Riders are expected to be courteous and respectful of the Ride Leader. Riders are also expected to be considerate
of fellow riders and the general public. Do not criticize but help others. Bring any safety concerns to the attention
of the Ride Leader. Ask questions, voice any concerns and inform the Ride Leader of any problems. Ask for help if