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|3rd December 2009, 18:52||#62|
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And here's yet another link, including a section for group riding : http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/motorb...ding-safe.html (An Excellent Guide on Riding Safe !)
|9th December 2009, 11:26||#63|
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The Survival Guide
I am attaching below scanned copy of a handout issued by LPA (Loss Prevention Association of India) that was attached to all Comprehensive Motor Insurance Policies issued by the then "national" Insurers.
Good advise and topical and relevant even today
Best Regards and Drive/Ride Safe
|9th December 2009, 13:18||#64|
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Just stumbled upon this thread, Nice one.... Yes, group riding demands rules to be followed. I own a bull and i'm part of a riding club. Usually, there a point and a sweep designated for the ride.
The point is the ride captain who heads the ride and all follow with disciplined lane rules and the sweep is the rider who falls back to the last in the riding group and the rule for us is not to fall back behind the sweep and keep to the speeds of the riding group.
posting few pics from my rides collection just for fun , enjoy...
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