Chapter News

Ride 365 Cajun Chapter 2021 Annual Mileage

Hello Cajun Chapter Family,

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HOG Ride365 | Dealer Check-In Challenge

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Ride 365 | 2021 Mileage thru February

Congratulations to the Top Ten Mileage Spots! The chart to the right is posted at Cajun Harley-Davidson for all to see! Get out and ride, turn in your miles, and get on the list!!!

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Message from Webmaster

Cajun HOG Chapter Members, Thank you all for coming to the first chapter meeting of 2021! It was a great turnout and the After Meeting Ride (AMR) was one of the largest I’ve seen. We had 28 bikes and 34 people leave Cajun HD! Below is the recap of the items I went over in the meeting, with links, as promised:   Website – www.CajunHOG.com

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Due to a couple of requests, I am posting instructions on how to subscribe to the CajunHOG calendar on your phone. These steps work for either iPhone or Android. iPhone To subscribe to the calendar on the iPhone:

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Ride 365 - Submission Instructions

There has been a lot of questions regarding the Harley Ride 365 program. Mostly, "How do I get Credit?" The short answer is "That depends!" The Program is divided into 4 parts:

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Welcome to our new website!

We are happy to announce the launch of our new website! Cajun Chapter has joined the HOG[SCAN] family.  This new website and software will allow us to reduce our paperwork, and improve our operations, with new membership managment and participaton tracking tools. 

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Chapter Member Spotlight - Rodney & Sherry Wooten

Chapter Member Spotlight - Rodney & Sherry Wooten I started riding my first street bike in 1981 a Suzuki 360.

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Chapter Member Spotlight - Jimmy & Sarah Brown

Chapter Member Spotlight - Jimmy & Sarah Brown I have been riding motorcycles since I was 4. About two weeks after my dad took the training wheels off of my bicycle, he brought home a Yamaha YZ50, the YZinger. I got my first street bike when I was 15. A Suzuki GS650. I appreciate all manner of motorcycles, but since that first inline 4, I have preferred V-Twin cruisers. I’m on my 12th off-road bike, and my 12th street bike. Sarah started riding when she met me in 2002.

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Visual Lead Times

How many times have you been on a ride and became focused on the car or bike directly ahead of you? Admittedly, it is easy to do. You want to make sure you don’t get too close, or maybe you are traveling too close and don’t even know it. If something were to happen, you’d have little to no reaction time for an appropriate response. What are the lead times a rider should follow when out on the road? That really depends on an individual’s skill set, but there are three basic visual lead times we refer back to: 2 seconds, 4 seconds, and 12 seconds.

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