Here is a crazy, not so original idea: walking, riding a bike, driving a car, flying an airplane, and all other activities we participate in our life all have something in common. While they all provide an opportunity to get more out of life and have fun, they all also entail inherent risks. Clearly, while we all anticipate and intend to have a fun and safe event with the Cherokee mass arrival into Oshkosh, any activity associated with the event including training, walking around aircraft, parking aircraft, riding in aircraft, and flying aircraft, have inherent risks such as property damage, injury, and even possibly death. As a result, all participants are required to sign the form “Release of Liability and Covenant Not to Sue” included in the registration packet prior to participating in any Cherokees to Oshkosh activity including training, mini clinics, the mass arrival, etc.
If you have any questions with respect to the language contained in the form, please seek competent advice.