The goal of this group is to create an inclusive place, where Adventure & Dual Sport Bike enthusiasts of all levels, can share experiences on rides, bikes, new gear, maintenance and other related topics.
We encourage members to share stories about what Adventure Biking - the Good, the Bad and the Ugly - ultimately to help make this incredible sport more accessible and enjoyable.
Now let's briefly talk about safety.
Operating an Adventure or Dual Sport Bike is an incredibly dangerous activity. People crash, people get hurt, bikes are damaged.
Those who participate in this sport are solely responsible for the following points:
1. Ride within your skill level or ability. There is no shame in turning around, or having some other rider take your bike though/over a gnarly section.
2. Keep your bike well maintained.
3. Carry your own tools to remove a wheel, replace a tube, inflate a tire or repair a puncture, when on any ride.
4. WEAR PROTECTION: Helmet, Gloves, Boots, Armour, etc. All the Gear, All the Time is the mantra.
5. Tires: Knobby tires are always recommended.
7. Carry a First Aid Kit and know how to use it.
8. Make sure someone in your group has SOS device (i.e. Zoleo or inReach).
9. Stay hydrated and nourished. Carry water and snacks to power you through the day and sometimes into the evening in case of delay.
10. Those who organize group rides for S2SADV are not paid for their efforts, nor are they professional guides or instructors.
They organize group rides out of their passion for the sport, and the opportunity to bring new people along to experience all the great things related to adventure motorcycle riding.
Those who participate in joining group rides ARE FULLY RESPONSIBLE for whatever injuries or damages that may occur whilst participating in Sea to Sky Adventure Motorcycle Group events.
It is essential for each rider to assess their own abilities, skills and experience levels, in advance of joining Sea to Sky Adventure Motorcycle Group events, and that each rider understands the implicit and explicit dangers associated with riding a motorcycle.