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5.1 How do I join either Sabra list? (subscribe)
There are two common ways you can subscribe to a Mailman mailing list.
Using the web interface:
Go to the list information page for the list you want to join. http://sabrariders.com/mailman/listinfo/)
Look for the section marked "Subscribing to LISTNAME" and fill in the boxes. You can fill in the following:
You must enter your email address.
You must choose to supply your real name to stay on the list.
You may choose a password. If you do not choose one, Mailman will generate one for you.
If your dues are not current you posts will be delayed and wait for approval before sending.
Warning: Do NOT use a valuable password, since this password may be mailed to you in plain text.
If the list supports more than one language, you may be able to choose your preferred language. Note: This setting does not affect posts to the list, only pre-prepared Mailman texts such as your member options page.
Press the subscribe button. A new page should appear telling you that your request has been sent.
Using the email interface:
Open a mail program which sends mail from the address you want to subscribe.
After following one of these sets of instructions (you don't need to do both!), there are a few possible outcomes depending upon the settings for that list.
You may receive an email message asking for confirmation that you really want to be subscribed to the list. This is to prevent anyone from subscribing you to lists without your permission. Follow the instructions given in the message to confirm your wish to be subscribed.
A moderator may also need to confirm your subscription if you are subscribing to a limited list.
Or you may have to wait for a moderator and follow the instructions in the confirmation mail.
Once this is done, you will likely receive another message welcoming you to the list. This message contains some useful information including your list password and some quick links for changing your options, so you may want to save it for later reference.
Sabra Riders is an organization to encourage Jews who ride motorcycles to ride together and enjoy each other’s fellowship.
(Everyone is welcome to ride but not all will understand the humor.)
Welcome to the Sabra Riders motorcycle club. The club was initiated in 2000 by Mark Olstein with a group of six Jewish motorcyclists wanting to ride together for fun, but also to have an identity and a vision. Today we have over 50 active members and are still growing. Sabra Riders motorcycle club is organized for Jewish riders, co-riders and non Jewish friends located in the Atlanta metro area. Membership is open to any male or female of the Jewish faith regardless of the degree of observance or type of motorcycle. Persons of other religious faiths and non religious beliefs are welcome to apply as associate members. Membership is $36 annually.
We are a member club of the Jewish Motorcyclists Alliance (JMA). Sabra Riders encourages participation in three charity rides a year. These were chosen because of club member involvement with each of the rides: JMA “Ride To Remember” (out of town), Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation “Ride For Kids” (local) and the American Diabetes Association “Ride To Live” (local).
We ride most Sunday mornings, sometimes all day (300 miles) and other times short rides (90 mile). There are social activities, family outings and opportunities for charitable participation. Visit the calendar page for updates.
Please come and try us!!
Cowboys and Angles
Greetings Fellow Sabras,
It was gratifying to see so many travel so far to enjoy the North Georgia Mountain roads. The JMA meet and greet was a sucess, we had lots of good roads and good food.
Sabra Riders of Atlanta
PS The Board strongly requests that we reserve sabrariders(at)sabrariders.com for motorcycle related topics. Any other comments, personal or political can be shared at stuff(at)sabrariders.com to be added to this distribution list, instructions are here.
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Ride Rules Watch the Motorcycle Safety Foundation Videos here, MSF
Before every ride together please observe the following:
Be sure your bike is mechanically sound. Breakdowns inconvenience the entire group.
Check your tires for wear and tear. Be sure you have the proper inflation pressures before a ride
Have a FULL fuel tank before you arrive.
Appropriate clothing must be worn. Road rash sux.
Never pass the road captain. Road captains have a major responsibility and your help is appreciated.
Ride in a staggered formation on main roads. Road captain on the left side of the lane. Use the two second and one second rule when following. Do not leave much more than 2 seconds between bikes in the same lane and one second in the staggered lane, if you do a car can slip in and break up the group.
Maintain your Lane; When you are riding staggered stay in your lane.
Wandering from lane to lane is extremely dangerous to the group.
On winding roads or narrow roads, single formation is used with your regular cornering technique.
Constantly check the person behind you. If you find yourself at the end of a group that has been split up, wait at the next turn off and direct those following.
When stopping during the ride, get fully off the road as soon as possible and leave room for other riders to follow.
At fuel stops, fill up as quickly as possible and move your bike from the pump so others can fill up. Don’t buy too much food or drink, you will either hold up the group, get indigestion or have to stop early for a bathroom break.
Know Your Hand Signals: (thanks to several web sites for these graphics)
|1. Left Turn: Left arm straight out from body. Palm Flat. Fingers together.|
|2. Right Turn: Left arm out and elbow bent. Hand straight up. Palm flat. Fingers together.|
|3. Stop: Left arm down to side. Palm facing rider behind. Fingers together. Flash brake lights very rapidly.|
|4. Slow Down: Left arm down to side. Press flat palm up and down parallel to the ground imitating a braking motion.||
|5. Need Gas: Point to tank. (Always start a ride with a full tank.) Hungry: Pat stomach.|
|6. Ask Someone To Pass You: Left arm out at side, waving forward. Palm flat. Fingers together.|
|7. Police nearby or obstruction on the road: Pat the top of your helmet.||
|8. Turn Signal Left On: Left arm out. Thumb and fingers opening and closing.|
|9. Hazard On Road: Point at the area on the road with your hand or your foot.||
|Tighten up- Raise your left arm and repeatedly move up and down in a pulling motion. This indicates the leader wants the group to close ranks. Same as US Military hand signal for Double time.||
|10. Single file, extend arm showing Index finger in the air||
|11. Staggered formation, extend arm up and hold 2 fingers in the air.||
Extend your left arm straight out with your elbow bent 90 degrees. Carefully extend your middle finger to clearly demonstrate your dissatisfaction with the other guy. NOTE: It is not recommended you do this when you are alone.
When you see these signals pass them back so everyone knows the leader's intent or the hazard.
This comes from a motorcycle web site, thot it would be a good idea. (webmaster)
- HELMET....ATTENTION ! ! !
A HELMET ON THE SHOULDER OF THE ROAD indicates a motorcyclist has a problem and may need assistance. Help make this a universal signal by spreading the word and by stopping when you see a " HELMET ON THE SHOULDER ".
Be considerate and helpful to others on the ride.
Thank you for reading this…….here’s to safe riding!