WAIVER AND RELEASE FROM LIABILITY
I accept that the activities mentioned on this website inherently involve various risks and potential hazards.
To the extent permitted by law I hereby release, waive, discharge and hold blameless “Adventure Riding NZ”, including but not limited to owners, organizers, affiliates, sponsors, editors or administrators and all persons, entities and contractors connected to “Adventure Riding NZ” from any and all liability for death, disability, personal injury (including mental injury), property damage, property theft, loss of personal equipment and all other risks, claims or actions of any kind (including negligence) whatever and however occurring which may arise, at any time, from or in connection with, directly or indirectly, as a consequence of me carrying out the activities mentioned or suggested on this blog by “Adventure Riding NZ”, including but not limited to owners, organizers, affiliates, sponsors, editors or administrators and all persons, entities and contractors connected to “Adventure Riding NZ”.
I agree that this waiver is contractually binding on myself, my successors, my executors, administrators, heirs, next of kin and assigns and that should I or any of my successors, executors, administrators, heirs, next of kin or assigns assert a claim in contravention of this waiver the asserting party shall be liable for all the expenses (including legal fees on a solicitor client basis) incurred by the other party or parties in defending the claim.
I accept that it is reasonable for “Adventure Riding NZ”, including but not limited to owners, organisers, affiliates, sponsors, editors or administrators and all persons, entities and contractors connected to “Adventure Riding NZ” to assume that I have read, understand and accepted these terms and conditions by doing or participating in activities mentioned or suggested on this blog.
All information provided on this blog is for entertainment and/or information purposes only.
The routes and associated information provided on this blog may be dangerous. Follow these routes and information at your own risk.
Conditions and weather change over time, sometimes suddenly or during a very short period of time.
Routes lead to remote areas many miles from help.
The routes are crossing and travel on public roads and highways where other vehicles, pedestrians, and animals may be present.
Some hazards are identified on the blog or in the information provided for illustration purposes only, but most hazards are not identified or marked.
Information provided on any kind of conditions or parameter, including but not limited to, road, weather, distances and time is approximate, and should not be considered precise or exact instructions.
Obey all laws and use caution at all times.
If signs, maps, or other indicators suggest the route travels into closed, illegal, private property, or otherwise restricted areas, these routes should not be followed into such areas.
You must obey all applicable rule, regulation, law and bylaw at all times.
Use only road legal and road worthy motorcycles on public roads.
Wear complete and proper personal protection equipment suitable for motorcycle riding such as helmet, gloves, body, leg and arm protection and boots when you are out for a ride.
If you are in any doubts, you must seek professional advice on any issue before doing anything or heading out to ride.