Ride Rules, Information, & Indemnity
Note: Riders are not permitted to participate in the Ride for Justice
unless all participants hold a current motorcycle rider’s licence/permit and the
motorcycle the participant intends to ride is currently registered and insured.
It is the responsibility of each participant to ensure that they hold a current
valid licence/permit and that they hold a current valid insurance policy in
relation to the motorcycle to be ridden in this event.
AGREEMENT TO PARTICIPATE IN A MOTORCYCLE RIDING EVENT
Warning: This is an important document, which affects your rights and
obligations. You must read this document carefully. Do not sign/submit this
document unless you are satisfied you understand and agree with the matters
contained within it. If you are in any doubt about your rights and obligations,
you should first seek legal advice before signing/submitting this document.
By signing/submitting the Ride For Justice registration form, you acknowledge and agree
with the persons, organisations and bodies corporate whose names appear in
Schedule 1 (hereinafter collectively called "the Organiser") that I am by this
Agreement entitled to participate in the motorcycle riding event listed in
Schedule 2 (herein called "the Event") on the terms and conditions set out in
ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF RISKS, DANGERS AND OBLIGATIONS
I acknowledge that motorcycle riding is dangerous and that by engaging in this
activity and participating in the Event I am exposed to certain risks and
dangers and that I have certain obligations including:-
(a) that I may be seriously injured, physically or mentally, and may be killed;
(b) that my motorcycle, property or equipment may be damaged, lost or destroyed;
(c) that other participants may ride dangerously or with lack of due skill care
and attention causing injury, damage or death to myself, my motorcycle or my
(d) that the roads or conditions encountered during the course of the Event may
be hazardous and may vary without warning or predictability and without the
knowledge of the Organiser;
(e) that the Organiser and any agent or representative of the Organiser may be
required to make decisions under pressure of time and in response to unforseen
conditions or circumstances encountered during the Event;
(f) that any policy of insurance of or in respect of my life, my motorcycle or
my property may be voided;
(g) that there may be no or inadequate facilities for my treatment or
transportation to medical facilities if I am injured or killed in the course of
(h) that I have an obligation to myself and to other participants in
the Event as well as other road users to participate safely in the Event;
(i) that I have an obligation and agree to abide by all laws and regulations,
including all road traffic laws, regulations and rules, in all States and
Territories in which the Event is conducted;
(j) that I have an obligation and agree to abide by all reasonable requests and
directions made by the Organiser
during the course of the Event;
(k) that I am personally responsible for ensuring that I wear appropriate
protective clothing and equipment at all times during the Event.
I agree to release and indemnify and to keep indemnified and to hold harmless
the Organiser and each of them including their servants, agents, officeholders
and officials from and against all actions, claims, suits and demands including
any claims for costs, expenses and damages (of any kind whatsoever) arising out
of or in any way relating to the Event or my death or any injury, loss or damage
caused to or by me or my motorcycle, property or equipment
whether caused by negligence, breach of contract, breach of duty of care or in
any other manner whatsoever.
The Organising Committee members (New South Wales) - Simon Bouda and the members
and staff of the Homicide Victims Support Group.
The RFJ 2019 will leave 0900 at Bondi Beach (unless otherwise notified). Riders are asked to arrive at Bondi Beach (unless otherwise notified) from 0700.
The route will proceed according to the map sent out to previous riders and linked to in the RFJ Facebook page. The destination is Ebony House at the Garrawarra Centre, near Helensburgh where the "Peacenic" will be held.
There will be abundant motorcycle parking facilities at Ebony House.
As of 23.07.19, the route is subject to approval by the RMS and NSW Police
Force, and, also not confirmed but anticipated, will be a Police presence in the
form of marked escort vehicles.
AGREE & SUBMIT
** Please note: if you are not paying straight away, you do not have to submit another registration form.