How We Ride

HWR1General Ride out and Activities Information

Feel the buzz on mass ride outs! Being a member of Clyde Valley H.O.G. means you can get involved in some of the most exciting rides out there. The scenery and roads we have on our doorstep are amazing an not to be taken for granted, they are waiting to be explored, so our aim is to hop on our trusty steeds and see as much as we can!

Clyde Valley are very well known across Scotland and we are always made to feel very welcome wherever we go. We ride out in every directions to cover as many miles as possible.

We’re all about having fun so come along and be part of something major.


Chapter Activity Categories

  • Closed events: are Chapter events which are open to current CVH Chapter members. Chapter members may bring along a guest. All Chapter ride outs are closed events, unless stated otherwise.
  • Member events: are open only to CVH members and Associate Members with a valid H.O.G. membership
  • Open events are Chapter events which are open to everyone.

*Please note that photos may be taken during the ride out of Members, Guests & their bikes which may be used to help promote Clyde Valley H.O.G., West Coast Harley-Davidson or Harley Owners Group UK.

How We Ride

Staggered Formation (illustrated below)


The Chapter rides in staggered formation for safety reasons. The minimum recommended spacing to the bike directly in front of you should not be less than two seconds.

The bike in the lane to your left or right should not be less than one second ahead of you. You will find that two seconds is a long distance when travelling at motorway speeds but is still advised.


Second man drop off

You can find out about 2nd man drop off by watching our handy instructional video.

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Please Note that on ALL ride-outs:

You are deemed to be in control of and responsible for your vehicle and your riding at all times, irrespective of any guidance or instruction from any members of the road crew. You must at all times ride within the law and obey road traffic regulations.