By signing up to the site, whether that's directly or via third party identity providers such as Facebook, Google, Twitter or Microsoft, you're agreeing to abide by our community guidelines. These guidelines are our terms.
As an open community we strive to foster an environment that's inviting, friendly and relaxed. Over the years we've learnt that at times there needed to be some guidelines in place to define what is and isn't acceptable.
Please remember that these points are guidelines only. Specific member user activity may be governed as much by the spirit of these guidelines as any specific rule. Content, members or anything deemed clearly unrelated or purely spam may be deleted by the moderators.
The general rule is pretty simple - be nice and treat others as you would like to be treated.
Please extend the same common courtesy and decency to all members on the site as you would in person. Keyboard warriors are not cool and definitely not welcome. We are a community of bikers, who like to meet and ride together, if you wouldn't say it in person, don't say it online.
All moderator decisions are final.
To report spam or offensive/inappropriate content, please email us directly at email@example.com.