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Rosebud Cafe

Breakfast Ride To Blanco
June 8, 2013

Camp Verde General Store/ Restaurant

Lunch Ride Camp Verde, Texas
April 27, 2013

Breakfast / Lunch Ride March 2, 2013

Breakfast at Mi Pueblo in Bandera, Texas
Taking a break at Canyon Lake
And Lunch at Antler Cafe
on Hwy. 46 east of Hwy. 281

Breakfast Ride February 24, 2013

Breakfast at Guadalajara in Boerne, Tx.
Followed by riding in the Hill Country

Lunch Ride February 16, 2013

Lunch at Cooper's BBQ in Llano, Texas.
Hwy. 16 to Fredericksburg, RR 783 to Harper, RR 152 to Llano

After Breakfast Ride Gathering February 10, 2013

Gathering at Len's House
for socializing and motorcycle maintenance.

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Chapter "H" Rider Education


Bill Stein

Bill Stein
Former Chapter H Educator

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The GWRRA Rider Education Program (REP) is intended to make the motorcycle environment safer by reducing injuries and fatalities and increasing motorcyclist skills and awareness. The REP does not propose to have all the answers. However, our close-working relationship with the Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF), as well as additional GWRRA programs and studies, has provided a wealth of information for use in establishing a comprehensive Rider Education Program. Through Commitment, Education and Application, we can reduce our accident rate significantly. Listed below are several benefits of a fully implemented GWRRA Rider Education Program at the Chapter level:

Increased rider knowledge
Increased rider safety skills
Prevention of accidents
Reduced injuries
Reduced fatalities
Improved general public image of motorcyclists
Enhanced enjoyment of motorcycle riding

Medical ID

Every Rider and Co-Rider Should Have This. Fill it out, print it & put a copy in your left fairing pocket. It's a good idea to make 2 and keep one copy in your wallet or purse (co-rider).

  • Med IDs

  • GWRRA Links

  • GWRRA Rider Education Division

  • GWRRA Rider Education Levels Program

  • Other Useful Links

  • Chapter "H" Group Riding Guidelines

  • More Group Riding Basics and Tips

  • Motorcycle Tips & Techniques (The Master Strategy Group)

  • Texas Department of Public Safety - Motorcycle Safety Unit

  • Motorcycle Operator Manual

  • Motorcycle Safety Foundation

  • Co-Rider's Handbook

  • Education & Training Links

    (For all your rider education program (REP) training , visit these websites!)

  • Red Cross:  CPR and First Aid Cources (San Antonio)

    Chapter Rider Education Articles

    (These are articles that apply to riding all the time. For other Educator articles see the Chapter newsletters.)

             Title Category
  • Slow Turns
  • Riding Technique
  • Gassing UP? Get OFF!
  • Safety
  • Pre-Ride Briefing
  • Safety
  • Pre-Ride Briefing (2)
  • Safety
  • Riding Procedures – Part 1
  • Safety/Riding Technique
  • 3 Types of "Group" Riding
  • Riding Technique
  • Tips for Little Riders of Big Bikes
  • Riding Technique
  • Riding with 'Colors' On The Street
  • Safety / Clothing
  • Sunblock Can Kill You!
  • Safety
  • Dumping A Bike Is No Sin
  • Riding Technique
  • Selecting that Helmet
  • Safety / Clothing
  • Popular Mechanics - FAST FINERY - Below the Neck
  • Safety / Clothing
  • Popular Mechanics - FAST FINERY - Keepin' Your Head
  • Safety / Clothing

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