Podcast-We here at Law Abiding Biker™ Media, Inc. do plenty of group motorcycle riding. We ride thousands of miles cross country each year in a group riding setting. We also ride in all different city environments as a group. We are very comfortable riding in a very close group and two abreast, handlebar to handlebar.
Our comfort level comes from experience and time riding motorcycles together. Group riding should not be taken lightly and needs to be practiced. If particular individuals have never ridden in a group together then I strongly suggest an experienced group rider should give a quick briefing and go over the basics as a reminder to all involved riders.
At times we get new riders in our group at we give a briefing for safety purposes. We don't ride nearly as close if we're integrating a new rider(s) into the group until such time they become experienced and we evaluate them. These are all things that each group needs to take into account.
You really need to listen in to this episode, as we go over many details and best practices for group riding based on our training and experience. I am a certified full-time Law Enforcement Motorcycle Officer and will give you some insight into the way we group ride and why.
We will give you the most common sense rules and hand signals for group riding.
Here is the Motorcycle Safety Foundations Guide to Group Riding (we get more detailed than this, but it's a good guide)
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