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Hazard Oriented Vision (HOV) : Safety Ride 30 Aug


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Endlessloop and me expect to organise the next one in 6 months time. Prob December, unless there is a strong enough demand for an earlier date.

P-plate should be an attitude to safety and riding. There's always more to learn.

 

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Hazard Oriented Vision (HOV) Safety Ride 8 Nov, Saturday, 9.00 am to 1pm. By Endlessloop

 

Objectives:

1. To discuss any questions you have about HOV concept

2. To demonstrate how HOV is used and other safety aspects of riding

 

For Who?

Any rider who wishes to improve safety skills. Must come with own bike (for practical riding portion)

 

Meeting Venue

Kallang McDonald's.

Stadium Road.

 

Endlessloop has already written and shared one of the principle safety skills that he uses to keep himself safe everyday when riding in Singapore, and in maintaining a zero-accident record for the past 11 years-Hazard Oriented Vision. Please read the HOV article first to maximise the discussion time. As HOV is a mental skill, it may not be obvious to others how you apply it when you ride, making improvements difficult. Our suggestion is for you to see his riding and commentary through radio sets of his application of HOV, and to compare the responses to hazards.

 

This is a free of charge, 2-part program.

 

Part 1-Theory

Endlessloop will speak on how he implements the HOV concept. You are encouraged to raise doubts and queries for discussion. We will also discuss any problems you have difficulties handling on the road. Riders are encouraged to share their experiences and knowledge. Part 1 should take just over an hour.

 

Part 2-Practical

Endlessloop will lead short convoys and apply commentary riding. You will hear him through radio sets. You will be able to see how he positions himself on the road, his riding speed, the type of spacing he keeps (see "cocoon of space" that he wrote in this thread) and how to find such spaces. This practical portion allows you to apply HOV yourself while hearing his application comparatively.

 

Please pm Pplater your name and handphone number and sign up below.

 

1.

2.

3.

P-plate should be an attitude to safety and riding. There's always more to learn.

 

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Hazard Oriented Vision (HOV) Safety Ride 8 Nov, Saturday, 9.00 am to 1pm. By Endlessloop

 

Objectives:

1. To discuss any questions you have about HOV concept

2. To demonstrate how HOV is used and other safety aspects of riding

 

For Who?

Any rider who wishes to improve safety skills. Must come with own bike (for practical riding portion)

 

Meeting Venue

Kallang McDonald's.

Stadium Road.

 

Endlessloop has already written and shared one of the principle safety skills that he uses to keep himself safe everyday when riding in Singapore, and in maintaining a zero-accident record for the past 11 years-Hazard Oriented Vision. Please read the HOV article first to maximise the discussion time. As HOV is a mental skill, it may not be obvious to others how you apply it when you ride, making improvements difficult. Our suggestion is for you to see his riding and commentary through radio sets of his application of HOV, and to compare the responses to hazards.

 

This is a free of charge, 2-part program.

 

Part 1-Theory

Endlessloop will speak on how he implements the HOV concept. You are encouraged to raise doubts and queries for discussion. We will also discuss any problems you have difficulties handling on the road. Riders are encouraged to share their experiences and knowledge. Part 1 should take just over an hour.

 

Part 2-Practical

Endlessloop will lead short convoys and apply commentary riding. You will hear him through radio sets. You will be able to see how he positions himself on the road, his riding speed, the type of spacing he keeps (see "cocoon of space" that he wrote in this thread) and how to find such spaces. This practical portion allows you to apply HOV yourself while hearing his application comparatively.

 

Please pm Pplater your name and handphone number and sign up below.

 

1. Wayang

2.

3.

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Hazard Oriented Vision (HOV) Safety Ride 8 Nov, Saturday, 9.00 am to 1pm. By Endlessloop

 

Objectives:

1. To discuss any questions you have about HOV concept

2. To demonstrate how HOV is used and other safety aspects of riding

 

For Who?

Any rider who wishes to improve safety skills. Must come with own bike (for practical riding portion)

 

Meeting Venue

Kallang McDonald's.

Stadium Road.

 

Endlessloop has already written and shared one of the principle safety skills that he uses to keep himself safe everyday when riding in Singapore, and in maintaining a zero-accident record for the past 11 years-Hazard Oriented Vision. Please read the HOV article first to maximise the discussion time. As HOV is a mental skill, it may not be obvious to others how you apply it when you ride, making improvements difficult. Our suggestion is for you to see his riding and commentary through radio sets of his application of HOV, and to compare the responses to hazards.

 

This is a free of charge, 2-part program.

 

Part 1-Theory

Endlessloop will speak on how he implements the HOV concept. You are encouraged to raise doubts and queries for discussion. We will also discuss any problems you have difficulties handling on the road. Riders are encouraged to share their experiences and knowledge. Part 1 should take just over an hour.

 

Part 2-Practical

Endlessloop will lead short convoys and apply commentary riding. You will hear him through radio sets. You will be able to see how he positions himself on the road, his riding speed, the type of spacing he keeps (see "cocoon of space" that he wrote in this thread) and how to find such spaces. This practical portion allows you to apply HOV yourself while hearing his application comparatively.

 

Please pm Pplater your name and handphone number and sign up below.

 

1. Wayang

2. s4^dreamer

3.

Biking is something that everyone can learn and enjoy! :goodluck:

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Objectives:

1. To discuss any questions you have about HOV concept

2. To demonstrate how HOV is used and other safety aspects of riding

 

For Who?

Any rider who wishes to improve safety skills. Must come with own bike (for practical riding portion)

 

Meeting Venue

Kallang McDonald's.

Stadium Road.

 

Endlessloop has already written and shared one of the principle safety skills that he uses to keep himself safe everyday when riding in Singapore, and in maintaining a zero-accident record for the past 11 years-Hazard Oriented Vision. Please read the HOV article first to maximise the discussion time. As HOV is a mental skill, it may not be obvious to others how you apply it when you ride, making improvements difficult. Our suggestion is for you to see his riding and commentary through radio sets of his application of HOV, and to compare the responses to hazards.

 

This is a free of charge, 2-part program.

 

Part 1-Theory

Endlessloop will speak on how he implements the HOV concept. You are encouraged to raise doubts and queries for discussion. We will also discuss any problems you have difficulties handling on the road. Riders are encouraged to share their experiences and knowledge. Part 1 should take just over an hour.

 

Part 2-Practical

Endlessloop will lead short convoys and apply commentary riding. You will hear him through radio sets. You will be able to see how he positions himself on the road, his riding speed, the type of spacing he keeps (see "cocoon of space" that he wrote in this thread) and how to find such spaces. This practical portion allows you to apply HOV yourself while hearing his application comparatively.

 

Please pm Pplater your name and handphone number and sign up below.

 

1. Wayang

2. s4^dreamer

3. antartica

Grounded... :/

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Objectives:

1. To discuss any questions you have about HOV concept

2. To demonstrate how HOV is used and other safety aspects of riding

 

For Who?

Any rider who wishes to improve safety skills. Must come with own bike (for practical riding portion)

 

Meeting Venue

Kallang McDonald's.

Stadium Road.

 

Endlessloop has already written and shared one of the principle safety skills that he uses to keep himself safe everyday when riding in Singapore, and in maintaining a zero-accident record for the past 11 years-Hazard Oriented Vision. Please read the HOV article first to maximise the discussion time. As HOV is a mental skill, it may not be obvious to others how you apply it when you ride, making improvements difficult. Our suggestion is for you to see his riding and commentary through radio sets of his application of HOV, and to compare the responses to hazards.

 

This is a free of charge, 2-part program.

 

Part 1-Theory

Endlessloop will speak on how he implements the HOV concept. You are encouraged to raise doubts and queries for discussion. We will also discuss any problems you have difficulties handling on the road. Riders are encouraged to share their experiences and knowledge. Part 1 should take just over an hour.

 

Part 2-Practical

Endlessloop will lead short convoys and apply commentary riding. You will hear him through radio sets. You will be able to see how he positions himself on the road, his riding speed, the type of spacing he keeps (see "cocoon of space" that he wrote in this thread) and how to find such spaces. This practical portion allows you to apply HOV yourself while hearing his application comparatively.

 

Please pm Pplater your name and handphone number and sign up below.

 

1. Wayang

2. s4^dreamer

3. antartica

 

4.petrified (may bring a pillion if that is okay?)

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Hazard Oriented Vision (HOV) Safety Ride 8 Nov, Saturday, 9.00 am to 1pm. By Endlessloop

 

Objectives:

1. To discuss any questions you have about HOV concept

2. To demonstrate how HOV is used and other safety aspects of riding

 

For Who?

Any rider who wishes to improve safety skills. Must come with own bike (for practical riding portion)

 

Meeting Venue

Kallang McDonald's.

Stadium Road.

 

Please pm Pplater your name and handphone number and sign up below.

 

1. Wayang

2. s4^dreamer

3. antartica

4. petrified

5. midage_rider

6.

P-plate should be an attitude to safety and riding. There's always more to learn.

 

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Hazard Oriented Vision (HOV) Safety Ride 8 Nov, Saturday, 9.00 am to 1pm. By Endlessloop

 

Objectives:

1. To discuss any questions you have about HOV concept

2. To demonstrate how HOV is used and other safety aspects of riding

 

For Who?

Any rider who wishes to improve safety skills. Must come with own bike (for practical riding portion)

 

Meeting Venue

Kallang McDonald's.

Stadium Road.

 

Please pm Pplater your name and handphone number and sign up below.

 

1. Wayang

2. s4^dreamer

3. antartica

4. petrified

5. midage_rider

6. ashrobo

7.

8.

P-plate should be an attitude to safety and riding. There's always more to learn.

 

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I'm glad that I'll be able to go for this HOV... finally... :clap:

 

Oh my gosh! I've been wanting to go for HOV since obtaining 2B and Phantom... Now, it has delayed to a time when I have gotten my 2A and Super 4...:giddy:

 

I really hope that it's not too late and I believe this course will be a humbling experience to all riders to realize our errors including myself!

Biking is something that everyone can learn and enjoy! :goodluck:

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Hazard Oriented Vision (HOV) Safety Ride 8 Nov, Saturday, 9.00 am to 1pm. By Endlessloop

 

Objectives:

1. To discuss any questions you have about HOV concept

2. To demonstrate how HOV is used and other safety aspects of riding

 

For Who?

Any rider who wishes to improve safety skills. Must come with own bike (for practical riding portion)

 

Meeting Venue

Kallang McDonald's.

Stadium Road.

 

Please pm Pplater your name and handphone number and sign up below.

 

1. Wayang

2. s4^dreamer

3. antartica

4. petrified (with pillion)

5. midage_rider

6. ashrobo

7. Andrew

8. Andrew's partner

9.

10.

P-plate should be an attitude to safety and riding. There's always more to learn.

 

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Hazard Oriented Vision (HOV) Safety Ride 8 Nov, Saturday, 9.00 am to 1pm. By Endlessloop

 

Objectives:

1. To discuss any questions you have about HOV concept

2. To demonstrate how HOV is used and other safety aspects of riding

 

For Who?

Any rider who wishes to improve safety skills. Must come with own bike (for practical riding portion)

 

Meeting Venue

Kallang McDonald's.

Stadium Road.

 

Please pm Pplater your name and handphone number and sign up below.

 

1. Wayang

2. s4^dreamer

3. antartica

4. petrified (with pillion)

5. midage_rider

6. ashrobo

7. Andrew

8. Andrew's partner

9. SparkerS1

10.

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Hazard Oriented Vision (HOV) Safety Ride 8 Nov, Saturday, 9.00 am to 1pm. By Endlessloop

 

Objectives:

1. To discuss any questions you have about HOV concept

2. To demonstrate how HOV is used and other safety aspects of riding

 

For Who?

Any rider who wishes to improve safety skills. Must come with own bike (for practical riding portion)

 

Meeting Venue

Kallang McDonald's.

Stadium Road.

 

Please pm Pplater your name and handphone number and sign up below.

 

1. Wayang

2. s4^dreamer

3. antartica

4. petrified (with pillion)

5. midage_rider

6. ashrobo

7. Andrew

8. Andrew's partner

9. SparkerS1

10.The Beast

 

:thumb: :thumb: already pm my contact :cool:

:thumb: THE FIRST RIDE IS NEVER THE BEST! :thumb:

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Hazard Oriented Vision (HOV) Safety Ride 8 Nov, Saturday, 9.00 am to 1pm. By Endlessloop

 

Objectives:

1. To discuss any questions you have about HOV concept

2. To demonstrate how HOV is used and other safety aspects of riding

 

For Who?

Any rider who wishes to improve safety skills. Must come with own bike (for practical riding portion)

 

Meeting Venue

Kallang McDonald's.

Stadium Road.

 

Please pm Pplater your name and handphone number and sign up below.

 

1. Wayang

2. s4^dreamer

3. antartica

4. petrified (with pillion)

5. midage_rider

6. ashrobo

7. Andrew

8. Andrew's partner

9. SparkerS1

10.The Beast

11.

12.

P-plate should be an attitude to safety and riding. There's always more to learn.

 

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Hazard Oriented Vision (HOV) Safety Ride 8 Nov, Saturday, 9.00 am to 1pm. By Endlessloop

 

Objectives:

1. To discuss any questions you have about HOV concept

2. To demonstrate how HOV is used and other safety aspects of riding

 

For Who?

Any rider who wishes to improve safety skills. Must come with own bike (for practical riding portion)

 

Meeting Venue

Kallang McDonald's.

Stadium Road.

 

Please pm Pplater your name and handphone number and sign up below.

 

1. Wayang

2. s4^dreamer

3. antartica

4. petrified (with pillion)

5. midage_rider

6. ashrobo

7. Andrew

8. Andrew's partner

9. SparkerS1

10.The Beast

11.S-Line

12.

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Hazard Oriented Vision (HOV) Safety Ride 8 Nov, Saturday, 9.00 am to 1pm. By Endlessloop

 

Objectives:

1. To discuss any questions you have about HOV concept

2. To demonstrate how HOV is used and other safety aspects of riding

 

For Who?

Any rider who wishes to improve safety skills. Must come with own bike (for practical riding portion)

 

Meeting Venue

Kallang McDonald's.

Stadium Road.

 

Please pm Pplater your name and handphone number and sign up below.

 

1. Wayang

2. s4^dreamer

3. antartica

4. petrified (with pillion)

5. midage_rider

6. ashrobo

7. Andrew

8. Andrew's partner

9. SparkerS1

10.The Beast

11.S-Line

12. Orleng

Smile! Tomorrow will be worse.

 

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Hazard Oriented Vision (HOV) Safety Ride 8 Nov, Saturday, 9.00 am to 1pm. By Endlessloop

 

Objectives:

1. To discuss any questions you have about HOV concept

2. To demonstrate how HOV is used and other safety aspects of riding

 

For Who?

Any rider who wishes to improve safety skills. Must come with own bike (for practical riding portion)

 

Meeting Venue

Kallang McDonald's.

Stadium Road.

 

Please pm Pplater your name and handphone number and sign up below.

 

1. Wayang

2. s4^dreamer

3. antartica

4. petrified (with pillion)

5. midage_rider

6. ashrobo

7. Andrew

8. Andrew's partner

9. SparkerS1

10.The Beast

11.S-Line

12. Orleng

13. dragonforce

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Hazard Oriented Vision (HOV) Safety Ride 8 Nov, Saturday, 9.00 am to 1pm. By Endlessloop

 

Objectives:

1. To discuss any questions you have about HOV concept

2. To demonstrate how HOV is used and other safety aspects of riding

 

For Who?

Any rider who wishes to improve safety skills. Must come with own bike (for practical riding portion)

 

Meeting Venue

Kallang McDonald's.

Stadium Road.

 

Please pm Pplater your name and handphone number and sign up below.

 

1. Wayang

2. s4^dreamer

3. antartica

4. petrified (with pillion)

5. midage_rider

6. ashrobo

7. Advrider

8. Advrider's friend

9. SparkerS1

10.The Beast

11.S-Line

12. Orleng

13. dragonforce

14. kguanz

15. Chuan.z

P-plate should be an attitude to safety and riding. There's always more to learn.

 

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hi guys, i will meet at 9am but need to go off at 11am cos got to attend friend wedding

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Hazard Oriented Vision (HOV) Safety Ride 8 Nov, Saturday, 9.00 am to 1pm. By Endlessloop

 

Objectives:

1. To discuss any questions you have about HOV concept

2. To demonstrate how HOV is used and other safety aspects of riding

 

For Who?

Any rider who wishes to improve safety skills. Must come with own bike (for practical riding portion)

 

Meeting Venue

Kallang McDonald's.

Stadium Road.

 

Please pm Pplater your name and handphone number and sign up below.

 

1. Wayang

2. s4^dreamer

3. antartica

4. petrified (with pillion)

5. midage_rider

6. ashrobo

7. Advrider

8. Advrider's friend

9. SparkerS1

10.The Beast

11.S-Line

12. Orleng

13. dragonforce

14. kguanz

15. Chuan.z

16. SK I

Be contented and you have the world... be greedy and you'll never be happy.

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Hazard Oriented Vision (HOV) Safety Ride 8 Nov, Saturday, 9.00 am to 1pm. By Endlessloop

 

Objectives:

1. To discuss any questions you have about HOV concept

2. To demonstrate how HOV is used and other safety aspects of riding

 

For Who?

Any rider who wishes to improve safety skills. Must come with own bike (for practical riding portion)

 

Meeting Venue

Kallang McDonald's.

Stadium Road.

 

Please pm Pplater your name and handphone number and sign up below.

 

1. Wayang

2. s4^dreamer

3. antartica

4. petrified (with pillion)

5. midage_rider

6. ashrobo

7. Advrider

8. Advrider's friend

9. SparkerS1

10.The Beast

11.S-Line

12. Orleng

13. dragonforce

14. kguanz

15. Chuan.z

16. SK I

17. Ldot

18.

19.

20.

 

Due to large turnout, we are limiting the class size to a maximum of 20.

P-plate should be an attitude to safety and riding. There's always more to learn.

 

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Hazard Oriented Vision (HOV) Safety Ride 8 Nov, Saturday, 9.00 am to 1pm. By Endlessloop

 

Objectives:

1. To discuss any questions you have about HOV concept

2. To demonstrate how HOV is used and other safety aspects of riding

 

For Who?

Any rider who wishes to improve safety skills. Must come with own bike (for practical riding portion)

 

Meeting Venue

Kallang McDonald's.

Stadium Road.

 

Please pm Pplater your name and handphone number and sign up below.

 

1. Wayang

2. s4^dreamer

3. petrified (with pillion)

4. midage_rider

5. ashrobo

6. Advrider

7. Advrider's friend

8. SparkerS1

9.The Beast

10.S-Line

11. Orleng

12. dragonforce

13. kguanz

14. Chuan.z

15. SK I

16. Ldot

17.

18.

19.

20.

 

Due to large turnout, we are limiting the class size to a maximum of 20.

 

hi guys, sorry i have to pull out of this one... and coz of the large turn out give up my slot to some one else for now.

 

skidded couple of weeks back and bike still in the shop and ass still hurts so not riding right now till maybe a week or 2 more...

 

sorry about that and look forward to the next time there's HOV.

Grounded... :/

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