Group Riding Skills and Etiquette

Cycling doesn't have to be a solo sport. But before you head out on your next group ride, brush up on your pack skills and etiquette with these articles.

10 Rules to Group Ride Like a Pro

10 Rules to Group Ride Like a Pro

Group ride etiquette is essential whether you're training with the team or on a leisurely ride with friends. Employ these 10 rules to make your next outing more about riding than surviving.

Basic Skills for Group Riding

Basic Skills for Group Riding

You don't have to be a competitive cyclist to enjoy the benefits of group rides. However, there are a few basic skills to remember to ensure a safe ride for you and your group.

To Group Ride or Not to Group Ride

To Group Ride or Not to Group Ride

Group rides are plentiful, fun and often a good workout. But that doesn't mean they necessarily fit into your training plan. Here are some pros and cons of group rides.

Don't Be That Guy

Don't Be That Guy

In every group ride or competitive peloton, there's often someone pulling a bonehead move. Here's how to make sure it's not you.

10 Secrets for Riding in a Peloton

10 Secrets for Riding in a Peloton

Whether you're a competitive cyclist or a weekend group rider, knowing how to ride in a pack is imperative. Use these tips from Team Columbia-Highroad rider Michael Barry to perfect your performance in the peloton.

Get Comfortable With Drafting

Get Comfortable With Drafting

Learning to ride in close proximity is extremely important to racing. You have to feel comfortable enough to stay close to the wheel of a rider without having to concentrate solely on the wheel.

Riding in a Paceline is a Basic Cycling Skill

Riding in a Paceline is a Basic Cycling Skill

Knowing how to ride in a paceline safely and effectively is a must for those who ride in a group. Ed Burke offers a few tips for staying in the pack.

Q & A: Chicken Cornering and Exploding Up Hills

Q & A: Chicken Cornering and Exploding Up Hills

Group rides can be great ways to improve your fitness in the company of others. But if you keep getting dropped on corners and hills, what can you do?

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