I HAVE CHANGED THE DATE !!!! This trip is now Oct 12-14, hope everyone can still make it. I will post hotel details soon.
Additional details to follow. Planning to meet in Fresno friday evening and ride through the parks saturday. I will send details on hotels and routes later. Let me know if you are interested in joining us.
Details are here!!!
For those who can get away Friday we will meet at the Starbucks at 223 S. Vasco in Livermore. Come early to visit and then kickstands up at 9:30 am sharp. We will go across the valley and head south on 49 finishing the day in Clovis. Others can plan ot meet us Friday evening in Clovis at the Best Western. Saturday morning after breakfast we will leave Clovis at 9am and head up 180 into Kings canyon. We will stop along the way to buy picnic supplies and lunch in Sequoia among the big trees. Saturday night at the Comfort Inn in Three Rivers and then home via 198 and 25 on Sunday.
The purpose of Dangerous Curves is to foster a safe and supportive riding environment for women and their friends and families, while developing friendships with other people sharing a common interest in motorcycling, and to promote the knowledge about and appreciation of motorcycles.
Our motto is R-E-S-P-E-C-T, which stands for:
Ride safe and sane always. Follow laws, posted speed limits, and follow the lead of your Road Captain. We ask that riders have a current CA motorcycle license and insurance. Follow the standard staggered pattern (2-second rule), unless the situation calls for single-file riding.
Encourage and support your fellow riders, regardless of bike style, riding experience, or personal background. We are an equal opportunity group and will not tolerate prejudices of any kind. All female riders and bike styles are welcome. Male riders are welcome as a guest of a female rider, unless the ride is specified a woman’s only ride.
Share yourself with others - give back to other riders and your community.
Prepare for each ride - mentally, physically, and emotionally... and with a full tank and an empty bladder! It is the responsibility of each rider to insure their capacity to ride is not impaired by alcohol, drugs, lack of sleep, or other influences. Know your limits and ride within them.
Expect and believe in the best in yourself and others. No bashing of anyone will be allowed – including yourself.
Celebrate victories and support each other in the tough times. People may forget what you say or do, but they will never forget how you made them feel.
Trust and take care of each other. Together we stand strong and can accomplish anything we set our minds to. Use your strength, dignity, and honor as a woman to make our part of the world a better place.