Ride To Review is South Australia's largest and fastest growing motorcycle advocacy group and was created in March 2015 to represent the interest and goals of motorcyclists in South Australia (SA).
Currently our group consists of over 1900 members and via the power of group collobaration we have
Membership is free and joining the cause for improving the outcomes for motorcyclists is as simple as joining our group on Facebook and getting involved.
You can do as little or as much as your want... but the easiest and quickest way to get started and support our community is to join the page and share the page with your friends and fellow motorcyclists.
The more people in the group, the bigger the voice we have... and that means a bigger say we have in government decisions affecting us, it's that simple.
April 2017 - the South Australian government legalised the safe practice of lane filtering on SA public roads for motorcyclists in stopped or slow moving traffic at speeds of 30kph or below for R and R Date class licensed classed riders (providing the rider is not required to display an L or P Plate).
Under current law, it is illegal for a rider in S.A. to undertake filtering in stopped or slow moving traffic travelling below 30km/h despite it being shown to be up to 6 times safer for the rider, whilst also reducing queuing and decreasing travel time for other motorists.
Read the community sourced & endorsed Lane Filtering Submission prepared by RTR for the SA Government
December 2016 - the South Australian government introduced simplified control laws allowing riders in SA to adjust their riding position including removing their hand from the grip, their foot from the peg or their behind from the seat.
Under current law, it is illegal for a rider in S.A. to adjust their riding position if it involves removing their hand from the grip, their foot from the peg or their behind from the seat
May 2016 - the South Australian government legalised helmets complying with the ECE22.05 standard to be legally offered for sale and used on SA public roads.