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Ride Reports / Re: Riding before we get locked down.
« Last post by klaviator on Today at 09:46:23 AM »
Outdoor activity in groups of 10 or less are still allowed.

As long as 6 foot spacing can be maintained.  Putting 10 people on a 25 foot boat wouldn't be legal.  It looks like riding will be fine, just no groups bigger than 10 and when you stop don't be standing around in a tight group.
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Ride Reports / Re: Riding before we get locked down.
« Last post by TWJohn on Today at 08:58:52 AM »
Yep, nothing else really changed. Motorcycles are an outdoor activity. In 2 minutes I will be headed to Stoney Lonesome (open) on my KLR.
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Ride Reports / Re: Riding before we get locked down.
« Last post by Paint Doc on Today at 07:53:42 AM »
If you are able to hunt and fish, what about photography? And guess what, I use my V-Strom to get to the sites with the best sights!

Like Al pointed out, the main thing they don’t want is groups larger than 10 people! Same here in Tennessee.
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Ride Reports / Re: Riding before we get locked down.
« Last post by Gam on Today at 07:44:08 AM »
Georgia's reads for outdoor EXERCISE activities.  Guess I could go ride single track on the 790.
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Ride Reports / Re: Riding before we get locked down.
« Last post by Al Goodwin on Today at 06:36:24 AM »
Get outdoors.
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Ride Reports / Re: Riding before we get locked down.
« Last post by Al Goodwin on Today at 06:34:41 AM »
Outdoor activity in groups of 10 or less are still allowed.
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I work for a large company.  Just in my division, there are 18 manufacturing plants and distribution centers, most of them in locations already under “shelter in place” orders.

When Alabama issued the order today, it was my job to get a copy of the actual order, read it carefully, then call my boss (in Houston) to explain it to him and explain how my plant will stay open and also comply with the order.

I literally laughed out loud on reading the order.  According to Alabama, every business and every activity are essential, including motorcycle shops and gun stores.

My boss asked me to send him a copy so that he could read it and forward it to our Legal Department.  He called me back laughing.  He had to read all the other states’ shelter-in-place orders when they went into effect, and he said Alabama’s is WAY more lenient than other states.  With all of the listed essential businesses and activities, and all of the exemptions and exceptions, it really is not much more stringent than the far simpler order that came out last Friday closing only non-essential public-congregating businesses and events.

So the punchline is this: you can continue to do just about whatever you want as long as you maintain six feet between yourself and others.
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Open Discussion about Motorcycles / Re: Corona Virus and the 2020 riding season.
« Last post by klaviator on April 03, 2020, 08:23:40 PM »
As most of you probably know, the governor has issued a stay at home order starting at 5 PM tomorrow.  I think we may still be legal to ride for this reason: 

You may also leave to:

    Engage in an outdoor activities, as long as they involve fewer than 10 people that can maintain a 6 foot distance from others.
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Ride Reports / Re: Riding before we get locked down.
« Last post by klaviator on April 03, 2020, 08:05:26 PM »
Alabama has issued a stay at home order starting at 5 PM tomorrow.  Ride while you can.  After that you can still ride to the grocery store.  I almost always get groceries with one of my scooters anyway. 
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Ride Reports / Re: Riding before we get locked down.
« Last post by Paint Doc on April 03, 2020, 02:35:24 PM »
ABS and PMS are similar and it is extremely dangerous for both to be present in a household at the same time. Can be lethal if not treated immediately!
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