Important- Please Read

From: Dave N.
Sent on: Wednesday, May 2, 2012 5:15 PM

 

 

Greetings,  Please take a few minutes, to read the Pages section, on the Web Site.  I have added some.  Make sure you read the Liability Waiver.  My Insurance Company told me,  an Organizer is not Liable.  Basically, you are going for a Bike Ride, does anyone want to join you.  Their biggest concern was, do we charge for Membership.  According to my Insurance Company, if we charge for Membership, then there could be Liability.  That is why, this is a FREE SITE !!!  No Body FORCED you to join or FORCED you to Ride.  You are responsible for whatever happens to you, on the Ride. No One Else !!!  If you have a Problem with this, Please LEAVE NOW !!!  Thank-you.

 

I am looking to add Organizers:  I live in R.I. &  hardly know any rides in Mass.  If you are wondering, why someone from R.I., is an Organizer for a Mass. Meet-Up, the answer can be found in the pages section.

Event Organizer:  They should organize,  1 or 2 Rides, per year.  They can be something like, your normal ride, that you do, in your neighborhood.  Or maybe a Bike Path, you like to ride in Mass.

 

Assistant Organizer:  An Assistant Organizer, should at the very least, organize  3 Rides, per Year.  That is less than one per Month.

 

Off Road Organizer:  I would like to start offering, Off Road Rides. Anyone want to step-up.

I give my Organizers total freedom, when it comes to selecting a Ride.  Since you are taking the time to Organize a Ride, you should decide how far & how fast, you plan to go.  All I ask, is that you accurately Post the Ride.  Example: Is it Hilly, is it a 30 mile loop with no short-cut back, or maybe, it is Training Ride, so the pace will be fast.   It is up to the Members to decide, if a Ride is for them.  When in doubt, send the person Organizing a particular ride a concern, you may have.  If it is not my Ride, please do not ask me.  I give my Organizers total say, in how a ride is done.

 

Also, I will not post another ride, on a day when you have posted a ride. I may offer a ride on my R.I. Meet-Up Site, ( Rhode Warriors ),  but I will not post it on the Foxboro Grind & Grub Site.  Yes, I will continue to Post Rides, as long as there are no Conflicts.

 

You should consider this site, as much yours, as it is mine.  The Number of Massachusetts Rides, is up to you.

Thanks, for taking the time to read this letter.

Dave N.

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