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Ride within my limits, stay in the right lane except at night when I move to the left lane which gives me more time to see the critters and take evasive action. Always look at the oncoming driver to see if he/she is paying attention to what they are doing and whenever you see a good subject, stop and take a picture. I prefer to ride alone.:D Isaac
 

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All of the above. And, be acutely aware of what is going on around you at all times. That can be mentally draining on a long ride, or riding in heavy traffic, but....???? Beats the alternative.
 

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no drinking, ride safely, and make it home unharmed
 

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When you're the lead rider know your route. When you're not the lead rider don't criticize the route your on. ;)
 

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Ride like you're invisible. No drinking. And definitely no douchapotamusus allowed
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..Maintain a state of situational awareness, be safe as ya can while still having fun, have a good attitude and don't be a pain. Same basic "rules" as any other situation, really. Whether it's bikes, boats or whatever.:cool: d:^) Schneeks..
 

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..Maintain a state of situational awareness, QUOTE]

You a wildland firefighter?

Maintain your Situational Awareness says it all. Paying attention to what is going on around you (usually) gives you time to react.

No rules, just don't be stupid like Ron said.
 

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One of my other forum mates signature about sums it up for me:
"All the others out there are crazy and trying to kill you"
 

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You a wildland firefighter?
No rules, just don't be stupid like Ron said.
Nossir, but I did stay at a Holiday Inn Express one time. ;)

And I try to not be stupid. "The Duke" said life was tough being like that an' I believe him.
Lawdy knows it's tough enough already. :cool: d:^) Schneeks..
 

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..Maintain a state of situational awareness, be safe as ya can while still having fun, have a good attitude and don't be a pain. Same basic "rules" as any other situation, really. Whether it's bikes, boats or whatever.:cool: d:^) Schneeks..
Hey OddBall! Don't forget...."no negative waves man".....



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And definitely no douchapotamusus allowed, now that is a BIG 1:eek: What Mark said.
 

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No drinking, ride during the day when possible, check all mirrors ( I have the small rectangle mirrors on the inboard bottom of the factory mirrors, really helps when merging).
If I am on a busy 4 lane I stay in the left lane and keep up with traffic, to many times people have pull out in front of me from side roads. I don't have the blinking brake lights so I lightly activate the brakes 2-3 times to let people know I am slowing down.
 

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My only rule is continue work on your weaknesses. If it makes you uncomfortable......that should be your focal point.
 

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We don't need no stinking rules


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