Last-minute long ride – This ride’s about 300 miles/5hours long. Adding breaks, gas, and lunch, we calculate to be back home at around 5 pm. We understand it is a long
Last-minute long ride
– This ride’s about 300 miles/5hours long. Adding breaks, gas, and lunch, we calculate to be back home at around 5 pm. We understand it is a long ride and you may feel free to break from the group at any time and head back home.
– We will try to stick to our schedule but we are not planning to rush or to be too strict with it, except for our meet up and initial KSU.
-As a group, we will want to make sure everyone enjoys the ride as safe as possible, so please watch the videos mentioned at the end and follow the instructions given by the leader.
See the route here: https://goo.gl/maps/WN4xothsYfSNrhsF9
9:00 am Meetup (full tank and ready) at Ducati Newport Beach
1601 Newport Blvd. Costa Mesa, CA
9:15 am Ride debrief
9:30 am KSU
10:15 am Shell, 1550 E Ontario Ave, Corona, CA 92881
10:30 am KSU
– From this point, we will have two stretches of about 70 miles each before reaching Julian with one gas stop.
1:30 pm approx. arriving at Julian
2:30-3:00 pm KSU – Home
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Tips to Ride in a Group
Please take some time to watch these videos in order. It provides a few tips on how to ride in a group. We will continue to work on enjoying our rides in a courteous and safe manner.
By participating in this event you hereby agree to assume all risks and liability related to or resulting from this group function without regard to negligence. You agree that neither you nor any third party will hold the group’s Host, Organizer, or any of the group’s Assistant or Co-Organizers liable for any injury, loss, or damage to your own person or property arising directly or as a consequence from a group activity. You also agree that your membership and/or participation in this group is based on an “at-will” basis. A general safety meeting will be held prior to departure to this ride and all riders must be present to attend. Please have ‘in case of emergency’ contact number programmed in your phone and/or placed on your bike.
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