Cinco de Mayo
Chadron and the Hills
Up the Creek Ride
How to Pick Up a MC
Becoming a Volunteer
Harley Owners Group
The Riding Chapter
- Mileage Program
- - Iron Slobs
- Road Captains
- Cinco de Mayo
- Chili Contest
- Chadron and the Hills
- Up the Creek Ride
- Christmas Party
- How to Pick Up a MC
- Hand Signals
- Group Riding
- Becoming a Volunteer
Group Riding Hand Signals
With your right or left arm extended, move your index finger in a circular motion.
Raise your left arm horizontal with your elbow fully extended.
Raise your left arm horizontal with your elbow bent 90 degrees vertically.
Extend your left arm at a 45 degree angle and point toward the hazard.
HAZARD RIGHT (A)
Extend your right leg at a 45 degree downward angle to signal the hazard.
HAZARD RIGHT (B)
Extend your left arm upward at a 45 degree angle with your elbow bent to 90 degrees and point toward the hazard over your helmet.
Raise your left arm up and down with your index finger extended upward. This indicates the leader wants to speed up.
Extend your left arm at a 45 degree angle and move your hand up and down.
Extend your left arm at a 45 degree angle with the palm of your hand facing rearward.
Position your left hand over your helmet with your fingers extended upward. This indicates the leader wants the group in a single file formation. Usually this is done for safety reasons.
Extend your left arm upward at a 45 degree angle with your index and pinkie finger extended. This indicates that it is safe to return to staggered formation.
Raise your left arm and repeatedly move up and down in a pulling motion. This indicates the leader wants the group to close ranks.
Extend you left arm straight out with your elbow bent 90 degrees. Carefully extend you middle finger to clearly demonstrate your dissatisfaction with the other guy. NOTE: It is not recommended you do this when you are alone.
Special thanks to Ann Arbor Hog Chapter 2171 for the graphics.