Some articles on riders, rider:

Incidents At Other Parks - Knoebels - Speed Slide
... park discovered a history of complaints of injuries made by riders after they had ridden the same ride ... of Ride and Measurement Standards in recent years, including six reports of injuries to riders' genital areas ... amount of force of the water and its effect on riders, failure to fix defects, and failure to provide adequate warnings to riders ...
Incidents At European Parks - Chessington World of Adventures - Power Cut
... Some riders of the Skytrain were stranded above the lion enclosure, and the lions started to circle below the ride ... Riders of Rameses Revenge were left stranded at a 40° angle ... Many riders suffered dehydration from the heat ...
Dodonpa - The Full Experience
... does not rely on speed and acceleration alone to stimulate riders ... The drums add to the tension and excitement as riders wait to board the ride ... Often, riders will chant along with the drum sound, which plays three consecutive beats represented by the sounds Do-don-pa ...
Hunt Seat - Classes - Rider Restricted Classes
... Short stirrup, long stirrup, and green/novice rider These classes are for the riders with less experience and or horses who can not jump quite as high ... Short stirrup classes are usually for riders 12 and under, long stirrup classes are for those 13 and over, although age varies between shows ... Green or novice rider divisions have courses set at 2'3"- 2'6" ...

Famous quotes containing the word riders:

    Good swimmers drown and good riders get thrown.
    Chinese proverb.

    To see the earth as we now see it, small and beautiful in that eternal silence where it floats, is to see ourselves as riders on the earth together, brothers on that bright loveliness in the unending night—brothers who see now they are truly brothers.
    Archibald MacLeish (1892–1982)

    There where the course is,
    Delight makes all of the one mind,
    The riders upon the galloping horses,
    The crowd that closes in behind....
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)