Please READ and UNDERSTAND


THE NEW ORLEANS H.O.G. CHAPTER #2023 ALCOHOL FREE POLICY.


To Read and / or Print this policy Go To the "ALCOHOL POLICY" Page.


If you have any Questions or Concerns about this policy

Please discuss them with Chapter Leadership. 

GROUP RIDING GUIDELINES:


These guidelines are intended to serve as basic recommendation for most group riding situations. Remember, you have the ultimate responsibility for your safety, and to always ride within your abilities and that of your machine.


  • Arrive 30 minutes prior to the departure of the ride with a full tank of fuel.
  • Make sure your vehicle is in good operating condition.
  • Attend any pre-ride meeting where the RC should provide the following information: route, planned stops, ending destination, hand signals, ride level, and other pertinent information.

GROUP RIDING RULES 

(Also Review Hand Signals & Riding In Formation)

REQUIRED RELEASE FORMS:
See RELEASE FORMS page  to download and fill in required form


  • All riders must sign a Chapter Event Release Form for Adults and sign in on the Ride Attendance sheet prior to the ride.
  • New Riders or Riders New to Group Riding are encouraged to communicate with the RC before the ride leaves. They may position you at the rear of the group, in front of the sweep, per the discretion of the RC.
  • Minors (under 12 yrs) need a signed Chapter Event Release Form for Minors signed by a parent or legal guardian. Note: grandparents are generally not the legal guardian and therefore may not be able to sign the forms.
  • Minors (12-17 yrs) A Minor's Assumption of Risk Acknowledgementis also required.
  • All guests are required to sign necessary waiver release forms prior to participating in a chapter ride.

Harley Owners Group

New Orleans Chapter #2023

​​LET'S RIDE AND HAVE FUN!


All H.O.G. chapter motorcycle rides are led by a designated Road Captain (RC) and are modeled after the guidelines in the Harley-Davidson H.O.G. Handbook. The lead RC will be at the head of the group and is responsible to facilitate and coordinate all aspects of the ride. A rear RC (Sweep) is responsible for assisting with the overall safety and welfare of the riders, including identifying and reporting problems and addressing breakdowns.


Additional RCs and Sweeps may be designated per the discretion of the lead RC.