What we're about
The Hill Country Motorcycle Riders are a drama free, informal group of individuals who want to ride, have fun, eat good food, and then ride some more.
We are not a club or formal organization. There are no officers. We are just a group of men and women who enjoy riding together.
We have a good mix of bikes and riders with anywhere from a few months to 50 years of riding experience. Most rides are 100-150 miles long on roads with speed limits of 45-70 mph and last 4-6 hours (including lunch and stops).
We also do some rides that are overnight, but all details will be posted.
Before you ask to join, you MUST read, understand, and agree to GROUP LIABILITY WAIVER (http://motorcycle.meetup.com/50/pages/Waiver/) and our RULES FOR GROUP RIDING (http://motorcycle.meetup.com/50/pages/Rules_for_Group_Riding/) in the "About" pages of this site.
To join this group and participate in group rides you must:
*Currently hold a valid driver's license with a motorcycle endorsement
*Maintain the state mandated minimum liability insurance covering the bike you ride.
*Keep your bike in working and safe condition
*Be in good enough physical condition to safely operate your motorcycle.
*Keep Emergency Phone Numbers, Emergency Medical Information and Bike Disposition Information at all times on your person and bike on the ride.
*Own a 400cc or greater motorcycle or scooter and
*Have at least 1000 miles of riding experience within the past 6 months and
*Be confident riding at speeds up to 80 mph (IH 10 West) and
*Be confident riding on hills and curves
OR, be a spouse, significant other, or child of a member who meets the above requirements.
If you have not completed a State sanctioned riding safety course, we recommend you do. Though it is not a requirement for membership, it will improve your riding skills and make you a safer rider.
Leadership Team: An Organizer is a ride planner and leader
Katie (Kat) - Organizer
David - Co-Organizer
Raman, Asst. Organizer
If you would like to plan and lead rides... we are always looking for new leadership.
If you are an advanced rider, you should also join our Sister Group (as well as this group) - the Alamo City Motorcycle Riders.