Road Captains

Golden Gate HOG #4753 of H.O.G. was formed to bring together Harley Davidson motorcycle owners who share a love of riding. The primary activity of the Chapter is group rides. Road Captains provide leadership for group rides and promote safe riding in a fun atmosphere. Contact the Head Road Captain if you want to become a Road Captain.

Road Captain Responsibilities (National) The Harley Owners Group national organization has specified responsibilities to be performed by the Road Captains. These are as follows:

  • Assist the sponsoring dealer and chapter director in upholding the Annual Charter for H.O.G. Chapters
  • Assists in planning routes for chapter rides
  • Assists in keeping the chapter informed of all H.O.G. programs
  • Educates chapter members about group riding techniques
  • Informs chapter members of any hand signals used by the chapter on group rides
  • Assists in obtaining signed release forms for chapter rides
  • Acts as a guide for organized chapter rides

 

Road Captain Meetings

Friendly Reminder to All Road Captains:

All Road Captains are required to attend a minimum of 6 monthly Road Captain meetings. All meetings begin promptly at 8:00 PM or immediately following the monthly business meeting on the 2nd Wednesday of each session. 

Ed E.

Road captain

Henry S.

Head Road Captain

Jeff F.

Senior Road Captain

Don O.

Road Captain

Todd V.

Road Captain

Doug W.

Road Captain / Past Director

Ed F.

Road Captain

Gordon G.

Road Captain/Past Director

Mike O.

Road Captain

Allyn L.

Road Captain/Past Director

Leaving Rides Before Destinations

Lead Road Captain

Sertainly! Safety is paramount during any ride, and notifying the Lead Ride Captain (RC) is crucial.

Here’s why:

1. 

Risk Assessment: The lead RC must know all riders and potential hazards. Notifying them can lead to missed safety checks or inadequate risk assessment.

2. 

Emergency Response: In case of an incident, the lead RC coordinates emergency response. Without their knowledge, delays can occur, jeopardizing rider safety.