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Puget Sound Chapter #4767 promotes fun and safe rides. As part of the chapter we also promote safety first when riding. Being part of this chapter we offer a group riding session and ride.

Group Riding Presentation can be viewed by clicking llink below:


Safety Officer Dennis Streich | [email protected]

Riding safely is the first and foremost commitment of our Puget Sound HOG Chapter - by everyone, on every ride, every time. Safety is a key part of all our Chapter Rides. We’re here to create and support a culture of safety for everyone on our chapter rides, and to take a ‘Ride Safe’ mindset on every ride – alone, with a friend, in a small group, on an event. Riding safely grows with experience while riding and improving skills with every ride, mastering new situations and environments. Our Safety Officer will provide you with the basic tools to start your journey and gain confidence in riding in a group. Check our calendar for introductory or advanced skills group riding classes throughout the riding season.

This page holds some valuable information and articles, with new content added regularly.

Safe Rider Skills Program

U.S. H.O.G. members are eligible to receive a "Safe Rider Skills" pin and patch and partial tuition reimbursement in the form of a voucher for up to $50 for the successful completion of an accredited rider training course. To find a rider training class near you, go to, or visit if one of our Harley-Davidson Riding Academy courses is not available in your area. You may also call 1-800-CLUBHOG (1-800-2582464) or MSF at 1-800-446-9227.

Recommended Reading

Riding tips

Riding in the rain

T-CLOCS pre-ride inspection check list

Group Parking

State motorcycle info

WA Department of Licensing

Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF)

MSF Guide to Group Riding

Riding courses

The Harley Davidson New Rider Course

Motorcycle Safety Training Schools and Courses*

* Provided for a courtesy, not endorsed by Harley Davidson or HOG