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Chapter Meeting's
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9:30 am @ Martin Moto
Our meeting's are open to everyone. All brands are welcome,


Future Rides & Events:
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Just Saying!

 

Welcome to STAR Touring and Riding Chapter 326

Mission Statement:
To pursue, promote and protect the interests of motorcyclists; to develop better and more enthusiastic relations between the general public, the media and the operators and riders of motorcycles; to encourage rider participation in events; to promote motorcycle safety and camaraderie among members; to promote organized events; and in general, perform them in a lawful manner.


Pete's Safety Tip's

Top Eleven Tips For Night Riding
Riding a motorcycle after dark, takes additional skills.
Here are some things to think about before you enter the darkness on two wheels.
1. Motorists can barely see a motorcycle during the day. Expect to be nearly invisible at night unless you are riding a white bike loaded with extra lights.
2. Plan your trips to minimize night riding. As you get older you'll find that your vision may become another reason not to ride at night.
3. Ride with your low beam on at night against oncoming traffic and turn on the high beam when there is no oncoming traffic to see further down the road.
4. Try to wear reflectors on your helmet or a white helmet and reflector tape on your jacket and pants.
5. Be sure to wear clothing that will keep you warm as the temperature drops.
6. Be sure to carry a cell phone and small flashlight on the bike.
7. Be wary of animals darting out in front of you, especially Dogs, Cats and Deer. Be
prepared to stop completely if necessary to avoid being struck by the above.
8. Drunk drivers will be on the road with you especially at night. Try to be ready to avoid them. Also, don't drink and ride – ever.
9. Be careful rounding unfamiliar curves where loose gravel or sand may await you.
10. Avoid looking directly into the headlights of oncoming traffic. This will help with the syndrome of temporary blindness.
11. When braking at night, you will notice your headlight beam will dip when applying the front brakes. To avoid this, use the rear brakes and throttle down gently. Wait until you become a proficient motorcycle rider during the day before you
attempt to ride after dark.
Ride Safe and enjoy the open road


New for 2018 Star Venture & Eluder Learn more here

 


Upcoming Things to do!

Date Description
June 9 Capital City #430 & Hanover #441- 10th Anniversary
June 23 Ride to Nauti- Goose North East Md
July 14 Vet Picnic Coatesville VA Hospital
July 16 STAR DAYS 2018 Provo/Lehi Utah click here for more info

 

 

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