“You never see a Harley parked outside a shrink’s office.” ~ “Group riding is a balancing act between observing safety measures and having fun”
For many of use, riding indeed keeps us sane. It can be freeing, thrilling, fun, and/or exciting. It can also be tiring, stressful, and/or dangerous. Likely we all know and realize this before we get on the bike that first time or that millionth time, but with the passage of time and the number of hours logged on and in the leathers things can become routine. Routine can lead to decreased awareness and complacency, or in the opposite direction, increased risk-taking behavior.
While we love to have fun safety is a very high priority for the RM H.O.G. Chapter. We’ve earned a reputation for being one of (if not THE) safest chapters in the area, and we mean to keep that rep! Group riding is a balancing act between observing safety measures and having fun.
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