As with all good military operations (ok and the bad ones too), the post event work is just as important as the planning and execution. We turn to our fellow riders, fans, and everyone, to help identify lessons that we need to learn for future events.
Hey everyone, After some back and forths, too’ing and fro’ing, ummms and ahhhs, making sure everything was all on the up and up with the insurance company, and the i’s were dotted, t’s crossed etc – we have the final version of the waiver available. This is used if you didn’t pre-register.
With a event of this size and shape, the best thing to do is have an achieveable plan. If you don’t have a plan for success, you cannot prove that it can be done. Here is our plan. It has been broken down into a number of sections – so that people do not need to download […]
The purpose of riding in an organized group instead of an undisciplined pack is to provide the additional safety that a well-organized group inherently generates. This comes from within the group and from the outside. When a group rides in an orderly fashion, people don’t get in each other’s way, and the organization of the […]
After a quiet night in Quebec city, we will kick off in the morning from the local Indian motorcycles dealer. There will be a stop enroute to Montreal, where we will stop for lunch at the Montreal Indian motorcycles dealer. We are planning a stop once into Ontario (location to be finalized) to meet up […]