Every time a group of motorcyclists takes to the road together, they inevitably have a moment where they need to communicate with each other.  If everyone is equipped with Bluetooth headset, then all they have to do is talk, but let’s be realistic.  While Bluetooth systems are getting better and less expensive, the vast majority of riders still don’t use them.

So, how are we expected to communicate?  The best way to get your message across, when riding in a group, is to agree on some common hand signals.  “American Sign Language” requires the use of both hands, making that a bad choice for motorcycling.  However, here are some common signs that riders could benefit from using.

Download and print a few copies of this to take on your next group ride.

Rock City Cycles

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