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Safety Guide

Love Offroad Motorcycle Adventures strives to provide an unforgettable experience for all those who embark on our tours throughout Australia and around the world. However, reaching the incredible destinations we visit on tour often involves being far from assistance.

As most of our tours take place in remote areas, it is crucial that we are self-sufficient. Our goal is not only to provide our participants with the adventure of a lifetime but also to ensure their safety and comfort, knowing that we are there to assist in the unlikely event of an emergency.

To ensure a safe and enjoyable tour for all riders, Love Offroad Motorcycle Adventures provides multiple guides on each ride who can split the group based on skill and fatigue levels. Our guides are experienced and qualified, with some even serving as accredited Motorcycling Australia coaches to assist with riding techniques and provide support throughout the trip. This is particularly beneficial for less experienced riders or those looking to improve their skills.

 

First Aid

During the tour, our guides are equipped with first aid kits on their bikes as well as larger kits in support vehicles during our remote tours to handle any injuries that may occur. We also make sure that all guides and crew members are knowledgeable about the locations of hospitals, medical clinics, and RFDS medical chests in the remote areas we travel to.

At Love Offroad Motorcycle Adventures, safety and first aid are taken seriously, and we require all our guides to have extensive training and experience in both senior first aid and CPR. On our remote multi day rides we have support vehicles available in case of breakdowns or emergencies and take all necessary precautions to ensure a safe and enjoyable tour for everyone.

Remote communications

Love Offroad Motorcycle Adventures use the SPOT tracking device on our tours off-road, this is a mandatory piece of safety equipment for our tours, especially when we travel to remote destinations. SPOT devices are great for keeping families and loved ones up to date in real time, where the riders are traveling to outside of mobile phone range, and in the event of an emergency we have instant communication with emergency services.  On overnight tours our guides are also equipped with a satellite phone as well as an UHF radio in the support vehicle. 

First day fever

Riding with too much enthusiasm is a common mistake that many riders make, often resulting in dangerous situations. This can happen particularly at the start of a ride when the rider is full of excitement and eager to go all out. This behavior can lead to overshooting corners, close calls, and ultimately crashes, resulting in the rider becoming more cautious.

The solution is simple: take it easy at the beginning of the ride. While it's understandable to be enthusiastic and raring to go, it's important to allow yourself some time to relax, settle into the ride, and get a feel for the conditions. Gradually increase your speed and enjoy the ride while reducing the risk of injury.

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