Tighten Formation Part 1 Left arm extended outward and upward the person would spread their hand and fingers fully open
Tighten Formation Part 2 And hold, then making a fist. Hold then open and hold, close and hold. This is mainly used in a small town or city at slower speeds.
Stop! Left arm bent at a 90 degree with clenched fist pointing downward We typically do not use this signal as the slow down signal is sufficient
Back to Staggered Formation. Part 2 Left arm extend and small finger and thumb extended. Move arm left and right.
Back to Staggered Formation. Part 1 Left arm extend and small finger and thumb extended. Move arm left and right.
Slow Down Left hand at a 45 degree angle from the body with palm facing behind you and fingers spread and extended outward Used for stop as well
Single File With the left arm extended upward and the index finger pointing the group will position themselves behind the Road Captain.
Right Turn Left Arm, bent into a 90 degree’s with thumb pointing in direction of Turn
Left Turn Left arm and pointing finger straight out in the direction of the Turn
Debris to the Right With the right foot extended outward from the body with toes pointing. Letting the group know of pending obstacle.
Debris to the Left With the right foot extended outward from the body with toes pointing. Letting the group know of pending obstacle.
Gravel in Intersection With either arm, before making a turn the Road Captain will circle his arm and hand indicating lose gravel or debris
Need to Stop With the left fist, place it on top of your helmet, hold this position. This notifies the group that you need to stop.
Bump/Railroad Tracks Part 2 Arm fully extended to the left and use up and down motion
Bump/Railroad Tracks Part 1 Arm fully extended to the left and use up and down motion