REQUIREMENTS (Please become familiar with road hand signals)
8:30 - 10:00am Riding Drills & Exercises. Upon completion of a no liability waiver, you can practice your riding skills. A course will be set up for 2- 24x70 U-Turns, 360 degree turns, weave and stop all in the same breath. (smile) Group practice ride; roles of road captains- What is the safest way to change lanes?
11:00 A.M. - 12:-00 P.M.
"RIDE LIKE A PRO" will provide (2) discussions including demo's with 2up riding techniques which includes a demonstration also. Attendees will find the experience fun and educational. There will be (2) Resource Tables of Examples, Safe riding habits, magazines, books, & other resourceful Information)
RESOURCE & INFORMATION TABLES
- Motorcycle Magazines (Donated)
- Book: Back in the Saddle Again-How to Overcome Fear of Riding After a Motorcycle Accident Brenda L. Bates, MA, CHt
- Maryland Motorcycle Safety Foundation Materials
- ASMI Resources
- Increasing Motorcycle Awareness Advice to Drivers & Riders Cards
MEDICAL EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS TABLE
- Contents of a First Aid Kit
- Contents of a Trauma Kit
- "business card" size Content list "What do I need in my ER Trauma/1st Aid Kit"
--Kickstands-Up Individual Emergency Information Cards
- Group Ride Master Sheet & more
KU Riders COME TO not only learn more about safer riding but, come to HAVE A FUN TIME! If you can, your help is appreciated. I can't run this alone. So, if you can "JUMP IN" volunteer to help with one of the resource tables, waivers, range, guiding riders through the exercises, volunteer road captain exercise, snack distribution, parking, Clean-up and information to keep the event running smoothly)
The Event will end no later than 1:00 p.m.
Click Here for Directions to Regency Furniture Stadium
2. ASMI - Accident Scene Management, Incorporated. The leading international motorcycle trauma training association. Teach what to do in order to prevent injuries and fatalities to motorcyclists.(Awaiting reply) Two ASMI Advanced Trained Bystanders were on their way home 2/1/2013 when, they came upon a motorcycle rider who had gone down with several people standing around him. Click here to read the full story
Posted Resources in the discussion area.
Folder: Motorcycle Safety Information & Resources
1. MSF Group Riding Basic Guide
2. General rules for motorcycle riding
Group Riding Guidelines for Streetbikes There are 11 topics. Here are a few.
1. Group Riding Guidelines for Streetbikes - Part 1 Group Riding: Why and Why Not?
2. Group Riding Guidelines for Streetbikes- Part 2 RULES: Who Needs them?
3. Group Riding Guidelines for Streetbikes- Part 4: Road Captain's Role-Preparing for a Group Ride
4. Group Riding Guidelines for Streetbikes- Part 5: Rider’s Job: Preparing for a Group Ride
I believe we all want to ride together at a safe and reasonable speed, being attentive & constantly scanning the horizon for potential obstacles (cars), to minimize the dead-time associated with perception/reaction & allow ourselves the maximum possible time & distance to avoid an accident.
PRACTICE makes a rider less of a threat to himself and other riders. Lets work to ensure we have a safer riding season. COME ON ARE YOU IN?