The Road Capt. leading the formation, followed by the SAA and H. ENF to add protection for the President and VP, followed by higher officers up front, Full Patched Members in the middle, prospects bringing up the rear followed by the Tail Gunner. We always ride together. No task is too small for the club to ride together on: Ammunation, change of clothes, impound, etc.
In a Staggered two-by-two formation, riders have the spacing advantage so one won't rear end another rider or run someone off the road during braking and turning.
Should you get a wanted level, break from the pack, lose the police and then return to formation. In the cities, we ride slightly faster than the traffic unless hauling balls somewhere with purpose. On the freeway its open throttle balls to the wall.
Formation is standard for a ride in a public lobby. Formation order is subject to change in a private lobby.
Here we have the Two-By formation. Otherwise known as the chain gang to its obvious resemblance to chain gangs from yesteryear. While not the most practical ride formation to maintain, it is good for getting set up pre-ride in ORMC formation.
Next we have the diamond formation, which is a mixture of the two. Setup is the same but mainly used for locking down the entire road on a two lane highway. Road captain rides the center line, while the chain gang splits and each takes a lane. Mainly used for photos or video purposes as its impractical to use with NPCs everywhere.
The war ride. Instead of controlling an entire side of a highway, players will stay tight-knit and in one lane. Lowest to highest ranking members in order providing cover and acting as bullet sponges for higher officers, allowing the president to come in safely from the rear protected by the SAA and H. ENF.
The war ride has only been used by ORMC a handful of times and in PFMW (Private Free Mode War) lobbies only. As a show of strength and force. Its unstoppable. A powerful force, but impractical in a standard lobby.
The image is self explanatory. Set up is simple and should move flawless. Wait for the man in front of you to go, set his bike, and then go. Continue until all members are parked. At which time, all members will remain mounted until the road captain calls the dismount.