Group Riding Tips
1 HOLD YOUR LINE. It’s really important that you are predictable in your movements and you don’t weave when you’re riding in a group. That goes for taking corners, too.
SIGNAL. Everything: turns, potholes, that you’re slowing down, parked cars up ahead, etc. (I’ve never seen an accident caused by people over communicating what’s coming up ahead.)
STAY RELAXED. There will inevitably be some contact along the way. Believe it or not, you won’t come off your bike if you bump shoulders with someone. Don’t hold the handlebars in a death grip – guide your bike and remember to hold that line.—km